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Plan Ahead for a Happy Halloween

Our pediatric experts want to help your little ghouls and goblins stay safe and have fun.  


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Announcing Our Next Comeback Athlete: Tatum

Tatum was diagnosed with scoliosis and a congenital defect where the brain and spinal cord connect. See how she received treatment at Children’s and returned to the sport she loves: softball.

Institute Awards Us Large Grant for Blood Disorder Research

Our Aflac Cancer Center along with Emory University have received a grant of almost $10 million to target lethal lung damage that causes many deaths in children who have sickle cell disease.


Highlighting companies paving the way for new moms and families, Working Mother magazine announced Children’s as a Working Mother 100 Best Company for the ninth year in a row.

Quality Care
See How We Are a National Leader in Healthcare

By looking at the numbers of patients we treat (volumes), combined with the results of our clinical efforts (outcomes), we measure where we excel and where we can improve. 

Children's Stories

Boomer T Patient Story2896835907. Despite having a developmental birth defect and cerebral palsy, see how this football fan met his goals... and so much more.

Robert ManninoMeet Robert. He has managed a rare blood disorder all of his life and is now conducting research with Children’s, Emory and Georgia Tech.

Dedicated to All Better

At Children's, it's our mission to make kids better today and healthier tomorrow.

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It takes a special person to care for a child. If you're looking to join the ranks of one of the most elite healthcare teams in the nation, 484-956-5955.