FAQ for North Atlanta Pediatrics & Family Care

We accept all mainstream healthcare insurances as well as allowing patients to
self-pays as well!
Included but not limited to:


  1. Medicaid
  2. Medicare
  3. Care Source
  4. Peach State
  5. Ambetter
  6. Cigna
  7. UnitedHealth care (UHC)
  8. Multi-plan
  9. Life Well Health Partner
  10. Aetna
  11. Amerigroup
Starting at birth, we see all babies and infants along with adolescents and adults. We are a true Family Care Clinic.
Yes, absolutely! Feel free to schedule an appointment or walk in any time. Walk-in wait times may vary so feel free to give us a call.

Some of our most popular visits are listed below. As always, feel free to give us a call if you have any questions.


1. Newborn Visits (Wellness, monthly, and yearly) along with School/Physical Exams.

2. All Vaccines (including flu), Lab Testing and Lab Work, and Sports Physical

3. Radiology (X-Rays/Ultrasounds) In-House Radiology is also offered

4. Sick-child visits along with asthma, whooping cough, Immunization, Autism, Diabetes, Allergies, ADD/ADHD, Abdominal, Fever, Bronchiolitis, Conjunctivitis, Tonsillitis, and Colds

5. Well-child care exams/EPSDT, Learning/developmental disabilities, Vision and Hearing Services, Sick child diagnosis and treatment, and X-ray services

6. Strep Throat, Cancer, Chronic conditions, Heart, Ear infections, Genitals, and Urinary Tract, Infections, Burns and Sports Injuries

7. School and Sports Physicals and Dietary/Nutrition guidance

Yes absolutely. Please create an appointment on our website and we will proceed from there.
In 2022, North Atlanta Pediatrics & Family Care will be launching a Patient Portal for you to communicate with your provider. Additionally, we may always provide these records to you in person.
If our providers have seen the patient and recognize the need for a specialist, they will refer you to said specialist.
North Atlanta Pediatrics and Family Care, previously known as “East Atlanta Pediatrics,” has transitioned from being under the supervision of Doctor Rahman for 20 years to now under the new ownership and Doctor Jalal Zuberi. Dr. Zuberi is a Pediatrics Specialist who graduated from Jawaharlal Institute of post-Graduate Medicine Research and Pondicherry University Medical School, in 1976. He has a remarkable 46 years of experience in medicine.
After examination, the team performs a comprehensive medical analysis of the patient and investigates the child’s maturation throughout the study to prevent possible challenges. The relative growth of an infant’s body mass, height, and head size is measured through a growth chart. To overcome the problem of obesity in teenage years, the family care center utilizes the BMI curve to identify the rate of obesity in patients with possible solutions. During well-child consultations, the primary focus is on getting adequate sleep duration, adolescence ailments and what to anticipate when your child progresses. It is recommended that newborns must be taken to health care centers when they are 2 to 3 days old. The schedule must follow the pattern of once a week, in a month, after 2 months, 3 months, 12 months, 15 months, 18 months, 2 years, 2 and a half years and 3 years until age 21.