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Q: What do I need to bring to my first my child’s first visit with Snellville Pediatrics?
You will need to complete several forms for your child’s first visit on a tablet so please arrive at least 15 minutes before your child’s appointment. Also don’t forget your insurance card, any medical records or other information you feel will be beneficial for us. We look forward to seeing you at Snellville Pediatrics. Please visit our New Patients section for additional information.

Q: Are you taking new patients?
Yes. We have seven pediatric board certified physicians and four advanced practice pediatric nurse practitioners. All of our providers are accepting new patients. We hope you choose Snellville Pediatrics for your child. Please call us at 770-972-0860 to schedule an appointment.

Q: Do you have a separate waiting room for sick and well children?
Yes. Once you enter the office, you will see a designated area for sick and for well children. The sections are clearly marked and well separated for your comfort.

Q: I am an expectant mom. Can I meet with one of the pediatricians before my baby is born?
Congratulations! A member of our Triage Team can meet with expectant parents prior to the baby’s birth. This individual can answer any questions you may have about our practice and escort you on a tour of our facilities. There is no charge for this visit. We invite you to call us at 678-775-1504 to set up a pre-natal visit. Please visit our Expectant Parents section for additional information.

Q: Do you have resources available for a nursing mom?
Yes. We have a private room that is available to nursing moms. Please feel free to ask one of the staff if you have a need to use this room. For information on breastfeeding or if you are have questions about breastfeeding, please contact the Triage Team for assistance. 678-775-1504

Q: Do you have walk-in appointments?
Yes. We understand that it is not always possible to predict when your child might get sick or injured. If you need to come in immediately, please try to call first to let us know you are on your way. We will accommodate your needs as quickly as possible. 770-972-0860.

Q: Can my babysitter bring my child for a doctor’s appointment?
In order for a babysitter or other adult to bring in your child for a doctor’s appointment, we must have prior consent on file.

Q: I have a teenage daughter. Can she be seen by one of your providers?
Snellville Pediatrics sees many teens in our practice. However, if your teen is under the age of eighteen, he or she must be accompanied by a parent to an appointment.

Q: Do you collect co-pays at the time of the appointment?
Our billing department will file your insurance claims with all our participating plans. If we are not on your participating plan, we will provide you with a statement so you may file your claim. Co-payments, co-insurance and deductibles are due at the time of the visit.

Q: Do you see children with special needs?
Yes. Our providers see all children in our practice. Our Triage Team is also experienced in supporting you in your efforts to find other resources and continuing care for your child.

Q: Do you complete sports physicals?
Yes. Our team of providers is able to conduct comprehensive sport physicals. Please bring the required form with you when you schedule your appointment. Each sports organization/league or school district should provide that form to you.