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Lawrenceville Office: 595 Hurricane Shoals Rd NW, Lawrenceville, GA 30046 | Phone: 404-355-0078
Duluth Office: 3790 Pleasant Hill Rd, Suite 230, Duluth, GA 30096 | Phone: 770-995-0823
Hamilton Mill Office: 2089 Teron Trace, Suite 100, Dacula, GA 30019 | Phone: 770-995-0823
Sugar Hill Office: 4700 Nelson Brogdon Blvd NE #180, Sugar Hill, GA 30518 | Phone: 770-995-0823

Important information for patients regarding COVID-19.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) information page

A new study published March 2013 shows the safety of vaccines.   Click here. The AAP is an organization of 60,000 primary care and specialty physicians dedicated to the health, safety and well being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is a government resource with ACIP recommendations, national health surveys, vaccine information
statements and vaccine safety datalink. The Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) works to increase immunization rates and prevent disease. The website contains expert questions and answers, facts on diseases, and vaccines and handouts for patients. Every Child by Two is an organization founded by Rosalynn Carter and Betty Bumpers devoted to raising awareness of the critical need for timely
immunizations. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s vaccine education center provides complete and up-to-date information about vaccines to parents and health care
professionals. The National Network for Immunization Information is a service provided by a Texas-based nonprofit corporation dedicated to making
immunization information available to those who need it. The Institute for Vaccine Safety provides an independent assessment of vaccines and vaccine safety. Parents of Kids with Infectious Diseases’s mission is to educate the public about infectious diseases, the methods of prevention and transmission, the latest advances in medicine and the elimination of social stigma borne by the infected. Parents explore the reasons behind vaccines and the timeline of vaccine development.

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