Primary services

North Atlanta Pediatrics and Family Care prioritizes the health and wellness of patients and provides significant knowledge about the importance of regular checkups. The following is the list of primary services of health care

Why are well-child visits important?

Adolescence is the stage of progressive development and transformation. Since growth is rapid during this age, children must have more well-child consultations during crucial periods.
What does a well-child visit include?

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 year and 3 years until age 21.

Importance of vaccines as "body defender."

Vaccines enable the body to safeguard itself against pathogenic viruses and bacteria. Vaccines introduce very slight but reasonable s of dead bacteria and viruses and improve the body’s immune system, enabling it to defend against external microbes. This is the natural mechanism to combat contagious infections with now or fewer symptoms. After childbirth, babies are protected from infectious infections through the placenta, which acts as a safeguard shield and, with time, wears off. Pneumonia, whooping cough, chicken pox, influenza, pertussis, leukemia, and polio were the common diseases in the past that were responsible for causing chronic illness in patients. However, most of these diseases have become unusual due to vaccines. They must be scheduled between childbirth to 6 years and 7 to 18 years.

Sick visits

The majority of children become ill. It is difficult for families to determine what is wrong. The parents can gain knowledge about frequently noticed danger signs. For that, parents must follow their intuition, pay a visit to a health care center, and determine the health and wellness of their child.

Newborn services

Prenatal testing is considered a public health care service in almost every U.S. state. Infants are examined for several medical ailments that are not discovered at birth. The pediatrician will perform a blood test to evaluate the genetic disorder, an endocrine disorder, and physiologic factors that contribute to severe medical conditions. This newborn screening test allows the medical team immediately investigate infants and seek medical help.

Behavior consultations and management

Child-rearing can be difficult when they feel disappointed, nervous, grumpy, or assertive or rarely communicate with others. To distinguish intimidating emotional behaviors, seek assistance if that behavior persists for more than weeks, causing discomfort for the patient and family and disturbing the child’s performance at school, with peers, and with family. North Atlanta pediatric and family care professional team investigates the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Autism spectrum disorder, depression, and anxiety in patients having difficulty communicating with others.

Asthma and Allergy

20 million people have asthma in the united states, with 9 million only children leading to severe cough, sneezing, difficulty breathing, and heart palpitations. The primary reason behind asthma might be pollen allergy, toxic air pollutants, frequent weather changes, and influenza as the common cold. In North Atlanta, people, especially children, suffer from allergic rhinitis due to exotic pollens that block the airways’ linings and result in a severe allergic reaction. The Pediatric and family care team treats the patients with asthma and allergy problems and prescribes medicines regulated by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).


North Atlanta Pediatrics and Family Care has been working with an experienced staff to provide exemplary, extensive, and systematic health services to newborns and adults. The highly equipped clinic provides adequate health care services to patients and asks questions to develop long-lasting and trustworthy relationships with families, caretakers, and patients. They prioritize developing a supportive and pleasant atmosphere for patients and family members. If you have any queries about the primary services and insurance policies, you can contact us