Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta has a proven track record of providing world-class care to young patients in more than 60 pediatric specialties. We are committed to keeping patients safe, providing the same standard of care in every facility, and making sure there is effective communication among patients, parents and caregivers.
When it comes to medical care, children are not just little adults. They should be treated in a children’s hospital where they can get specialized care from pediatric doctors, nurses and specialists who understand their unique needs.
Greater Access to Specialized Care
From modern rooms to healing greenspace, our future campus at North Druid Hills will deliver high-quality care when kids need it most.
Our goal is to provide a safe and healing place for all patients and their families, making sure every patient receives the highest level of quality care. To constantly improve patient safety, Children’s uses programs that help us prevent problems, protect children and partner with families. This allows parents and guardians the freedom to give their children the love, support and reassurance only they can provide.
Leading the Nation in Pediatric Care
Children’s is nationally recognized for raising the bar in pediatric healthcare through our focus on family-centered care, emerging research and innovation, and building to the future.SEE MORE
There are several things to consider when choosing a hospital for your child, including how many patients the care team treats and how well the team treats those patients. Below you can read more about how and why we measure our performance. You will also find links to graphs of our results compared to national standards. Our results span the entire Children’s System, which includes three hospitals, Marcus Autism Center and the Center for Advanced Pediatrics.
- Number of patients (volume): A hospital’s volume is the number of patients it treats. Hospitals with higher volumes are able to do more procedures and gain more experience treating injuries and diseases. This makes a hospital better able to care for its patients.
- Results (outcomes): Outcomes are the results of our clinical efforts. They reveal how effective we are at doing our jobs.
- Sharing information (transparency): Children’s believes in being open and honest, which is why we make our volumes and outcomes easy to find and visible to everyone.
Our impact on Georgia
We know Georgians are counting on us to make a difference, both in the lives of kids and in the strength of our communities. We serve children from all 159 counties in Georgia.Download Report