Childhood Illness

From an ear ache to a rash, we are here to help you and your sick child. 

Knowing what to do for your child when he or she is not feeling well can be tough, especially if you're a new parent. This page was designed to offer you sound advice without the financial burden of an office visit. If your particular concern is not addressed, or if you feel your circumstance deserves more specialized treatment, don't hesitate to call us and speak with our advice nurse during office hours or schedule an appointment. Our number is 770-995-0823.

If your child is experiencing a medical emergency, call 911. 

Online Symptom Checker

Healthy Children Symptom CheckerIf you just need some good advice, online KidsDoc Symptom Checker may provide the answer to your question or concern.   Or, call to speak with one our GPAM phone advice nurses at 770-995-0823. 

Making Appointments

If you need to schedule an appointment, you have a couple of options:

  • We do not have any set “Walk in Hours”, but we do have same day appointments available.  Review our GPAM “walk-in” policy

After Hours

If your child is experiencing a medical emergency, call 911.

Kids often are sick after hours.  Even if our office is closed, we still offer many resources to assist you. Please review our after-hours page.

Lab Results

If you need results of your lab tests from outside the office use our Lab Calls Service. 

LAB CALLS IS A SERVICE TO OBTAIN RESULTS OF YOUR CHILD'S LABWORK

www.mytestresults.com - enter the customer number 8775275521

you will be asked to enter your PIN (child's date of birth)

or you can check by phone by calling 1-877-527-5521

Fever

Fever is an emergency in a newborn. If your newborn feels warm, take a rectal Temperature. If your baby has a rectal temperature of 100.4 or greater, call our office immediately. Do NOT give your newborn Tylenol. Do NOT delay calling our office. (770-995-0823)

Fever itself is not an illness. Fever is a symptom. Most fevers are a symptom of infection or other illness. Although fevers can be frightening, fever itself usually does not cause harm.

Fever helps the body fight infection by stimulating natural defense mechanisms.   So, fever can actually be a good thing as it is the body’s way to fight off infection.  

Poison Control

Poison Control: 404-616-9000. www.georgiapoisoncenter.org/

Bookstore

Please browse our BOOKSTORE for titles recommended by GPAM pediatricians.







 



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