Resources

Newborns are seen by the neonatologists and their provider staffs at Atlanta area hospitals. They communicate directly with our providers as needed. To schedule your baby's first office appointment, please call on the day of discharge and request an appointment for a day or two after leaving the hospital. We have daily appointments set aside for newborns.

Newborn Baby and New Patient Booklet  

 

Tylenol (Acetaminophen) Dosing Chart

 

Motrin or Advil (Ibuprofen) Dosing Chart

 

Bright Futures Parent Handouts:

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:: A Minute for Kids
- Bathing Your Newborn
- Bipolar and Mood Disorders
- Dealing with Toddler Aggression
- More...
:: Adolescents and School-aged Children
- Allergies in Children
- Asthma and Your Child
- Students With Chronic Health Conditions: Guidance for Families, Schools, and Students
- More...
:: Behavioral and Psychosocial Issues
- Sleep Problems in Children
- Temper Tantrums: A Normal Part of Growing Up
- Understanding ADHD: Information for Parents
- More...
:: Common Illnesses and Conditions
- Acute Ear Infections and Your Child
- Diarrhea and Dehydration
- Fever and Your Child
- More...
:: Connected Kids
- Bullying: It's Not OK
- How Do Infants Learn?
- Teaching Good Behavior: Tips on How to Discipline
- More...
:: Growth and Development
- Bedwetting
- Learning Disabilities: What Parents Need to Know
- Your Child's Growth: Developmental Milestones
- More...
:: Immunization Information
- Recommended Immunization Schedule for Ages 0-6 Years
- Recommended Immunization Schedule for Ages 7-18 Years
- Immunizations: What You Need to Know
- More...
:: Newborns, Infants, and Toddlers
- Diaper Rash
- Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)
- Jaundice and Your Newborn
- More...
:: Nutrition and Fitness
- Encourage Your Child to Be Physically Active
- Right from the Start: ABCs of Good Nutrition for Young Children
- Starting Solid Foods
- More...
:: Plain Language
- Colds
- Constipation
- RSV, Bronchiolitis, and Your Baby
- More...
:: Promoting Pediatric Care
- For Today's Teens: A Message From Your Pediatrician
- How Special Is Your Child?
- You and Your Pediatrician
- More...
:: Safety and Prevention
- Car Safety Seats: A Guide for Families
- Home Safety Checklist
- Parent's Guide to Toy Safety
- More...
:: Sexual Health and Sexuality
- Deciding to Wait
- Puberty--Ready or Not Expect Some Big Changes
- Talking to Your Young Child About Sex
- More...
:: Substance Abuse Issues
- Drug Abuse Prevention Starts with Parents
- Substance Abuse Prevention Part I: What Every Parent Needs to Know
- Testing Your Teen for Illicit Drugs: Information for Parents
- More...
:: Teen Resources
- Acne--How to Treat and Control It
- Eating Disorders: Anorexia and Bulimia
- Important Information for Teens Who Get Headaches
- More...
:: TIPP Sheets
- Firearms Injury Prevention
- First Year of Life: Framingham Safety Survey
- 1 to 2 Years: Safety for Your Child
- More...
:: Vaccine Information Statements
- Inactivated Influenza Vaccine
- Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine
- Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine
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Helpful Links

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta:

www.choa.org

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is a comprehensive provider of hospital services, emergency and urgent care services, and subspecialty medical care for babies, children, and adolescents in metropolitan Atlanta.  It is consistently ranked among the best children's hospital systems in the United States.  Log on to their website for information about the two hospital campuses at Egleston or Scottish Rite, for information or directions to their urgent care centers, or for information about pediatric wellness and safety.  Please remember to contact us for prior authorization before using their emergency services or subspecialty care, if your insurance contract requires it.  

 

American Academy of Pediatrics:

 The American Academy of Pediatrics is a national organization of pediatricians whose mission is to provide a standard of accepted medical care for infants, children, and adolescents.  The AAP helps set our national immunization policy, our schedule of wellness care visits, and our framework for doing routine screening tests.  They also publish policy statements on hundreds of health and safety issues, provide medical educational materials for both parents and medical professionals, and serve as advocates for children in legislative matters. 

Autism:

www.firstwordsproject.com

This site has many resources about social communication milestones and development and how parents can get involved with fostering better social communication with their child.

 American Academy of Otolaryngology:

www.entnet.org

 Search this website under the Kids E.N.T. section to learn more about the placement of ear tubes, removal of the tonsils or adenoids, or for other general information about the treatment of ear, nose, and throat disorders.  If your child may need an E.N.T. procedure, please let our providers help direct you to a surgeon who is competent and conservative in their treatment approach.

Behavior and Parenting Essentials for Toddlers and Preschoolers:

Parenting is hard work! But it can also be fun and rewarding. There are many things you can do to help build a safe, stable, and nurturing relationship with your child. Click here for the website that will help you handle some common parenting challenges, so you can be a more confident parent and enjoy helping your child grow.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
www.cdc.gov

 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, based here in Atlanta, is the federal government's agency in charge of controlling infectious disease outbreaks.  They work together with other organizations such as the AAP to set our immunization policy.  Another service provided by the CDC is keeping track of disease outbreaks worldwide to provide information to travelers about any special vaccines or other precautions.  If your family is planning foreign travel, please click on this section of their website, www.cdc.gov/travel, at least one month in advance to see if we need to assist you with vaccines or precautionary medications.

 Atlanta Jewish Gene Screen

www.atlantajewishgenescreen.org

This website has a wealth of information about genetic diseases prevalent in the Jewish population, what it means to be a carrier, when and how to get screened and a list of upcoming community screenings.

 Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

www.chadd.org

 CHADD is the nation's leading non-profit organization serving individuals with ADD.  They provide science-based, evidence-based information about ADD to parents, educators, professionals, the media, and the general public.

 The Food Allergy &Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN)

www.foodallergy.org

 The mission of this organization is to promote public awareness, to provide advocacy and education, and to advance research on behalf of all of those affected by food allergies and anaphylaxis.  FAAN publishes several newsletters and provides books, booklets, videos, and other products that parents find useful in helping them raise children with food allergies.

Instructions for Home Feeding of Peanut Protein to Infants:

Click here for the NIH guidelines on how to feed peanut protein to infants at low risk for peanut allergies.

National Institutes of Health
www.nih.gov

 The National Institutes of Health is a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  This website provides an A-Z index of health resources, clinical trials, health news and events, and scientific resources for all age groups.

 

North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
www.naspghan.org

 NASPGHAN strives to improve the care of infants, children and adolescents with digestive disorders by promoting advances in clinical care, research and education.  This organization consists of more than 800 pediatric gastroenterologists who provide care for diseases like reflux, peptic ulcers, celiac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, failure to thrive, and many other disorders.  NASPGHAN has a sister organization called the Children's Digestive Health & Nutrition Foundation, www.cdhnf.org, which is geared to provide information to the general public about gastrointestinal diseases.

  

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