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New Flexible Office Hours

Our office hours are Monday thru Friday 8:00 to 5:00, and we are closed from 12:30 - 1:30 for lunch.    Read Full Story >>

Flu Vaccines 2021-2022

Flu vaccines should arrive sometime in September. Please call the Cumming office toward the end of the month to schedule your immunization appointment.  Read Full Story >>

Phreesia Automated Patient Intake Solution

Starting June 9, 2020. We have some exciting news that will enhance and speed up the "Check-In" process for all your appointments. The new  Read Full Story >>

A Note For Our Patients About Coronavirus

To Our Georgetown Pediatric, PC Families The wellbeing of our patients and families is our top priority.  Like so many of you, we are closely f  Read Full Story >>

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

The FDA has authorized the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 12 and older. Why Should Your Child Get the Vaccine? If they are exposed   Read Full Story >>

July 4th Holiday Hours

In observance of July 4th holiday, we will be closing early on Friday, July 2nd and closed all day on Monday, July 5th. We will resume normal operation  Read Full Story >>

New 11th Grade Immunization Requirement

Effective July 1, 2020, the State of Georgia has mandated that all students who are new entrants or transfers into a Georgia school in the elevent  Read Full Story >>

Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs

Georgetown Pediatrics, PC is committed to the well-being of all children and to providing the safest environment for patients, employees, physicians an  Read Full Story >>

Enterovirus D68

What You Should Know About Enterovirus D68 Enterovirus D68 belongs to a larger group or viruses called Enterovirus. These viruses can cause a variet  Read Full Story >>

Cholesterol FAQs

What is cholesterol? Cholesterol is a lipid or fat in the bloodstream that the body makes in order to form integral parts of cells and hormones. It  Read Full Story >>

HPV - What

Ever since the introduction of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, parents have been confused because of varying opinions, reports about adverse ef  Read Full Story >>

Coxsackie! What's that?

Hand, foot and mouth disease is a very common illness, which occurs mostly in infants and children under 6 years. It may also occur in older children a  Read Full Story >>

Flu Facts and Fiction

We are committed to providing the most current and reliable information regarding influenza disease and the vaccine. This is challenging as the availab  Read Full Story >>

Are You Heart Healthy?

Children with a healthy lifestyle grow up to be adults with a healthy lifestyle. Help your children learn heart healthy habits now!!! Heart healthy hab  Read Full Story >>

Not a laughing matter

Helium is an asphyxiant. That is, when it is inhaled it takes the place of oxygen in the lungs. Our brain as well as every other organ in our body   Read Full Story >>

Georgetown Pediatrics Policy updates

Families of Georgetown Pediatrics patients please note: As a courtesy to all of our patients, we ask you to cancel your child’s check up   Read Full Story >>

Fever Fears

DID YOU KNOW... ...that a fever is generally a good thing? Fevers are your body's way of fighting an infection. Bacteria and viruses do not like a   Read Full Story >>