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Gwinnett Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine
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


From time to time, Gwinnett Pediatrics will post information about recent events in our practice and also the practice of pediatric medicine.  Our goal is to ensure that parents have a trusted source of information to reference.  As always, if you have any questions about any information on our web site, please call our office at 770-995-0823.

ADHD Medicine Shortage

Dear GPAM families, As some of you may have heard the FDA announced a shortage of Adderall on October 12, 2022. Since then, patients have been strug  Read Full Story >>

Formula Shortage-Temporary Formula Substitution

In the link below are approved substitutes for the recalled Similac products if the Similac product you normally purchase is not available. Temporar  Read Full Story >>

Extended Hours

Saturday Hours Our Lawrenceville office is open for urgent care sick visits by appointment only on Saturday mornings. The scheduling line opens at 8:3  Read Full Story >>

Sports Forms

Dear GPAM Parents, As summer draws near, we know many of you are making plans for school registration and fall sports. We are aware that the Georgia H  Read Full Story >>

Mom-approved Pediatricians

Atlanta Parent Magazine has released their list of Mom-Approved Pediatricians. Thanks everyone for voting! See the List   Read Full Story >>

Medication Prior Authorization

If your insurance company denies your child's medication, GPAM will perform the first prior authorization for the medication that you are prescribe  Read Full Story >>

Online Sick Appointments

Schedule your child's sick visit online. If your child needs an appointment for a sick visit or a follow up, please visit our Appointment Scheduling p  Read Full Story >>

Immunization Form Request

For faster service, please request your immunization form online via the patient portal. Include your child's name, date of birth, and the fax number   Read Full Story >>

Laundry Detergent Pods

Consumer Reports will no longer recommend the laundry "pods" because they are poisonous and very difficult to pick out from other candy items  Read Full Story >>

Prevent Unplanned Teen Pregnancy

Conversations between parents and children can help teenagers understand the risk of teenage pregnancy.  Read Full Story >>

GPAM Minute for New Moms

Dr. Keyana Washington talks about weaning a baby from breast to bottle.   Read Full Story >>

Wart Removal

Did you know that you can have your child's wart removed in our office? This may save you a "specialist" copay! We schedule a separate visi  Read Full Story >>

Compounding Pharmacies

Sometimes our physicians prescribe medication that is only available from a compounding pharmacy. Some prescriptions are actually less expensive whe  Read Full Story >>

Get Smart About Antibiotics

Did you know that not all infections require antibiotics? Viral infections such as the common cold do not respond to antibiotics. The American Academy  Read Full Story >>

Texting & Driving

If you are concerned about your teen texting and driving, check out this "app" that will disable the cell phone if the speed esceeds 10MPH. It is not a  Read Full Story >>

Tranistioning from Pediatric to Adult Medicine

Your child may transition to the "teen center" after age 13. Between the ages of 18 and 21 years, your child may transition to adult medicine  Read Full Story >>


Most teens are affected by acne, but many are too embarrassed to ask their doctor for help. In most cases, acne is a temporary condition associated wit  Read Full Story >>

Bee Stings

It is the time of the year for bees to begin "hunting". Bees sting as a defense measure and the pain and swelling from bee stings can be a ca  Read Full Story >>