Children’s at Egleston Emergency department is here for your child and teen—open 24 hours a day, seven days a week—with convenient onsite parking and valet available in Dekalb county.


  • Emergency care—from fevers to broken bones—for children and teens up to age 18
  • Doctors are board-certified in pediatric emergency medicine
  • Access to more than 30 Children’s pediatric specialty services
  • Interpreter services on site
  • Family-friendly waiting areas 
  • Private patient exam rooms

Call 911 if your child’s illness or injury could be life-threatening. 

If your child needs urgent care and his condition is not life threatening--visit a Children's Urgent Care Center near you.

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    Flu RemindersTreatments for typical flu symptoms are best given at home and include plenty of rest and fluids. However, if your child has a high-risk medical condition or severe symptoms he should see a doctor. If you think your child might have the flu and are wondering whether you should seek medical assistance, our flu assessment may help.