Children's Physician Group—Infectious Diseases

Caring for Children and Young Adults

Infectious DiseaseWe provide treatment and follow up care for children and young adults with a variety of conditions related to infectious diseases, including:

  • Antibacterial treatment failures
  • Antiviral and antifungal therapies
  • Fevers of unknown origin
  • Frequent, recurrent or unusual infections
  • Diagnosis and management of HIV and AIDS
  • Serious or life-threatening infections
  • Infections with unusual organisms
  • Medical management of bone or joint infections
  • Recurrent skin and soft tissue infections
  • Infections in individuals with suppressed immune systems

  • Scheduling and Appointments

      - Call 404-785-0977 to make, cancel or reschedule an appointment

      - We do not allow walk-in appointments

      Frequently Asked Questions

  • What to Bring

      - If you are a new patient, print our new patient form, complete it and bring it with you

      - Driver's license

      - Insurance card

      - Your child's medicine or a list of your child's medicines with dosages

      - Questions for the doctor or nurse

      - Cash for parking (allow an extra 15 minutes to park)

  • Insurance

      - It is important to let us know of any changes with your insurance. We will need your most up-to-date information to get approval for medications and/or procedures.

      - It is your responsibility to know what is covered by your insurance policy. We will try to get all necessary approvals from your insurance company before your child's procedure.

  • Physician Referrals

      - Call 404-785-0977 to refer a patient.

      - Download a copy of our referral form.

      - Fax all referral related documents to 404-785-9111.

      - Fax prior authorization forms to 404-785-3236.

      - Fax prescription refills to 404-785-9113.

      - Fax all other documents to 404-785-9098.

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Meet the Team

The following physicians part of the Children's Physician Group.

Research

Our team is also involved in a variety of clinical research projects around infectious diseases, with an emphasis on the following areas:

  • Causes of diarrheal illness
  • Clinical trials of vaccines and antibiotics
  • Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
  • Immunity to infectious diseases
  • Malaria
  • Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and vaccine advancements
  • Tuberculosis