Physician Resources

Dr. Vos with Patient

At Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, we are dedicated to helping physicians perform their best day in and day out. We understand the challenges you face each day, and we want to ensure we equip you with all of the tools and resources you need to better care for Georgia's kids.


accessCHOA: A Tool for Physicians

Learn more about the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta secure portal to access the Children’s electronic health record system. AccessCHOA provides real-time information and notifications about patients' treatment progress while at Children's.

Children's Care Network

To make sure kids in our community have access to the pediatric care they need, a team of primary care, specialists and advanced practitioners are working with Children's to develop a pediatrics-focused, clinically integrated network (CIN) to launch in 2014.

Hospitalist Programs

The Children’s hospitalist team is available to help primary care physicians diagnose health problems and manage patient care.

ICD-10 Implementation

Training and resources for the upcoming change to ICD-10 codes.


Read our physician-centered magazine, MedClips.

Medical Libraries

Our medical libraries team can help various staff members with patient care information, continuing education and medical research. Some online resources include UptoDate, VisualDx, AAP’s Pediatric Care Online, and access to MEDLINE, CINAHL, EMBASE and Cochrane Systematic Reviews.

MYchart for Professionals

Learn more about this Epic tool and how it affects your patients and your practice.

Physician Outreach

Our physician liaisons help to foster positive relationships among Children’s, the medical staff and community physicians. They are available to address questions, concerns and issues, and they provide information about the Children’s services and programs. 

Physician Portal

The Physician Portal is available online at, with a variety of resources to help you continue to provide high quality care for our kids. Log on using your Children’s login ID and password to access clinical guidelines, safety bundles, the physician directory, the latest medical news, operational updates and more.

The Children’s Health Network

TCHN, a subsidiary of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, is a physician hospital organization (PHO) whose mission is to serve the unique needs of the pediatric provider community.

  • Transition from Pediatric to Adult Healthcare

    In 2011, Clinical Report on Transition published as joint policy by American Academy of Pediatricians, American Academy of Family Practitioners, and the American College of Physicians recommended a structured transition process to move youth from pediatric care centers to adult care centers. 

    The following presentation provides you with an algorithmic structure of how to implement an effective transition program for youth diagnosed with a chronic illness. Although this presentation uses sickle cell disease as an example, the process will work for any chronic illness. View the presentation.

    Funding to develop and disseminate this guide provided by the Georgia Department of Public Health through the State Implementation Grants for Integrated Services for CSHCN (D70MC24121-02-00) from the Federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).