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Georgia Pediatric Subspecialists
5500 Interstate North Parkway, Suite 200
Atlanta, GA 30328

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    Committed to our Values

    Our pediatric subspecialists meet the highest standards of patient care available in today’s medical community.

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    Dedicated in our Quest

    GPS continually seeks opportunities to improve patient outcomes and reduce unnecessary costs.

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    A Cut Above

    GPS members comprise the finest pediatric subspecialists Georgia has to offer.

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    Strengthening Relationships

    We work collaboratively with pediatricians across the state to enhance the referral process to our pediatric subspecialists.

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    Building a Future of Excellence

    Ongoing quality improvement initiatives help to ensure that you and your child are at the center of our care delivery model.

Navigating your way to Atlanta's most qualified pediatric subspecialists

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Mission

Our mission is simple. We are committed to providing the most advanced pediatric subspecialty care to each and every patient.

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Vision

Our vision is clear and straightforward. We strive to be part of the voice that will shape and guide the future of pediatric healthcare delivery.

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Values

The physicians of Georgia Pediatric Subspecialists organization deliver the highest standards of patient care available in today's medical community.

Our Commitment to You

“Great team! The coordination of patient care is seamless and non-exhausting.”

“Outstanding experience from start to finish! Thanks for everything.”

“Best doctor my daughter has ever used. I recommend them to all my friends.”

“Estupendo servicio !! Y dans las citas Very rapido. Very satisfecha con el servicio."

“Extremely professional yet compassionate about treatment for my daughter. Letting me know we were doing what was needed for her.”

A Specialist for Every Condition

Inguinal Hernia

A hernia usually occurs in newborns and can develop in the first few months of life. An inguinal hernia is a type of hernia that occurs in the groin area.

Cochlear Implant

In children with severe or profound deafness, part of the auditory nerve is damaged and sound is not able to be travel to the brain.

Gastroesophageal reflux disease

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a common problem which occurs in infants and children with respiratory diseases, neurological problems, feeding disorders, and otherwise healthy children.

Syndactyly

Syndactyly occurs in 1 of 2000-3000 live births and is one of the most common congential malformations of the fingers.

Diagnostic Imaging Procedures

When an infant, child or adolescent needs an x-ray or other imaging test, it is important to understand the benefit of seeking a pediatric radiologist for your child.