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We love Omega Pediatrics and their staff. I visited for the very first time with my kids. DR. Nwaneri and his staff were very welcoming and helpful. They took their time with us and spoke to me in a way that I was able to understand. They are very family oriented. Dr. Office. Open late.

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Dr Micheal is such a seasoned pediatrician with great sense of humour. He treats his patients with respect. The environment is so clean and conducive. The staff are wonderful. I highly recommend Omega pediatrics to every parent. Be rest assured your children are in safe hands

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Our Pediatric offices are dynamic and culturally sensitive clinics that strive to fill the space that the fast pace of today’s technology driven society has created. Our central theme is family-focused pediatrics. This is a concept that endeavors to make accommodations for families to be able to get the most optimal care with the least stress. We continually focus on process improvement and introduce enhancement of the clinical experience with the leveraging of available technologies.

Healthcare is rapidly changing in America today. Many families in the cities as well as in the more rural areas have an unprecedented level of access to the best technologies the world has ever seen. The advances in technology have impacted healthcare delivery as much as it has affected the news cycle, communication, television, entertainment, and education.

In Roswell Pediatrics is one of the areas that the city as well as neighboring cities like Sandy Springs and Alpharetta takes seriously. We have more than fifty pediatricians active in primary care. These Roswell pediatricians see children and young infants sometimes up to 26 years of age. The needs of the Roswell parent are for great health for their children. You, the parent reading this wants the best medicines, vaccines and healthcare staff to take care of your child. You desire a clinic where your voice is not just heard, but your input is actively solicited. You want a clinic where you are treated as a caring parent, not an erring customer. You want a clinic where the staff is happy to see you, genuinely happy to help and sincere in the care they provide. You want a pediatrician’s office in Roswell Georgia, Alpharetta Georgia or somewhere in the North Fulton area that is accessible and not too busy that access becomes an after-thought.

 

Omega Pediatrics has implemented a care model that is unique since we pooled the pain points of parents across various ethnicities and backgrounds to develop a dynamic practice. Our clinic listens and solicits our parents’ input in the care of their child. We started listening before we opened our doors and we continue to tune our ears to the ever-so-important din of needs in the healthcare space.

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Our Office Hours:

For a normal pediatrician’s practice, office hours would be anytime from 8.30 am to about 5 pm. That is typical. We are not. We know that children develop symptoms in the afternoon. We know that children play sports and could get injured during such active play. We know that children forget to inform their parents about a form that needs to be handed in or a shot that needs to be taken until it is almost too late, a day too late. That is the reason why we decided to put the family first. Being here at 8 pm or 8.30 pm ensures that mom does not have to take time off from work to bring their daughter in for a shot or to have that form filled out. We help mom save her vacations for real vacations. We help Amy have her forms in school in good time for the field trip or experiment. We help keep mom away from the crazy traffic while still providing a medical home for the family. We do this because we care.

Our Technology:

Non-surgical medical practice usually is not bursting with technology. As a pediatric practice in a city like Roswell or Alpharetta, we know all too well how technologically engaged North Fulton Area is and how these cities are the leading trailblazers in the State of Georgia. Unfortunately, tech-savvy parents have not seen much of that technology filter into their daily lives especially in the healthcare arena. Many clinics still use paper charts due to various constraints. Electronic health records have become a very expensive addition to practices and the most efficient ones have a price point that is beyond what a thriving practice can afford. Fortunately for us at Omega Pediatrics, we have a team of providers and staff that are almost digital natives. The team is very versed in modern technologies and we have incorporated it into all aspects of the patient experience at Omega Pediatrics. The City of Roswell does not have Giga Fiber yet and we are keenly waiting to do much more with that technology. In the meantime, we have implemented one of the most secure encrypted websites in the pediatric primary care space. This ensures that our visitors are not snooped on when they come to our website. We also have online appointment scheduling which saves time and energy for the families. You do not need to make a phone call to book an appointment. We have been working with a number of industry professionals and do provide the first of its kind Urban Telemedicine access for pediatrics. Parents can call in via a webcam through an encrypted website for a follow-up visit via Evisit. All they need is a web-enabled device with audio and a camera.

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Our approach to pediatric practice is somewhat old school. We do believe in the small town feel everyone desires when it comes to caring for their loved ones. At Omega Pediatrics you can almost always speak to the provider. It is important to us that the channel of communication is open and families are not left in limbo when it comes to wanting the best advice for the health of their child.

We have several communication channels including text messaging, website chat, facebook chat, video chat, whatsapp messaging and the good old telephone calls.

Initially we had a dedicated app for communication that gave parents unlimited access to their child’s provider. The app has been pulled off the market but we continue to look for ways to keep the communication flowing as we know this leads to the best in patient care, outcomes, satisfaction and peace of mind.

Website Chat:

Omega Pediatrics believes in accessibility and love for our families. We have provided an instant web chat tool on our most frequented web pages. With this tool, families are able to chat with their pediatric office while in Roswell, Alpharetta, Sandy Springs, Duluth or Cumming. They could actually chat with us from anywhere in the world where they have high-speed internet. We figured that technology companies use website chat all the time and we like it. Why not healthcare so we did it and families love it.

There is a myriad of other reasons to visit Omega Pediatrics here in Roswell Georgia even though there are many other pediatricians in North Fulton. As you browse through this website, I would like you to take some time to look at our blog on the website as well as the Promise Blog on Medium. We regularly put out a lot of educational materials related to health in a way that communicates the essence of how we feel about our families and what we desire to help our families experience.

You are welcome to Omega Pediatrics and we hope you can make us your Pediatric Office if you live in the Roswell, Sandy Springs, Johns Creek, Duluth or Cumming areas. As we continue to serve local families, we hope to reach beyond these cities to help more families experience the Omega Promise.

Over the last year we have become one of the highest rated pediatric practices in Roswell, Alpharetta and the North Fulton area. We listen to our patients and continue to improve our offerings to meet the needs of the children and their parents. These needs include being listened to, being provided the best available care and being available at a time that literally all other primary care practices are closed.

If a parent searched for Roswell Pediatrician, pediatrics or Alpharetta pediatrician after 4 pm, the major search engines will almost always bring you to this website. We do our best to bring in our patients within 24 hours of your call. This is possible because our model is built for access.

Another group of parents that we cater to are the parents searching for pediatric urgent care, pediatric after-hours care or pediatric after hours clinic. We operate after hours but we are not limited to minor illnesses neither are we here just to take care of urgent care needs that happen after hours. We take care of the children’s healthcare in a way that prevents an extra visit the next day. As has been our experience, we notice that many parents are not fully satisfied with the care they get at many retail urgent care centers because the providers barely know the children, do not take time to listen to the parent and are sometimes under a lot of pressure to see many ill children.

Our pediatric clinic in Roswell and Alpharetta are an easy way to avoid the emergency room all together. If you come to Omega Pediatrics with an acute problem before 9 pm, we are able to take care of that problem provided it is not an emergency. We do not provide emergency care.

Insurances that we accept:

We accept all insurance plans. We are the pediatricians that accept all insurance plans. Our reasoning is simple. Parents only have access to insurance plans that they can afford or the ones provided by their employer. Therefore, it is really important that we, as pediatricians do all within our power to be accessible to them irrespective of the plan that they have. Sometimes we have to see the children as out of network meaning that the co-pay may be more or the patient responsibility may be more. However, we also give parents the option of discussing this with us before the service is provided. Nobody likes surprises and nobody likes surprise medial bills either.

We accept cash/credit cards:

Despite our highly third-party insurance driven economy, we do accept cash or credit card payments from families that do not have any insurance or who choose to pay out of pocket. At the moment we are working on some more dynamic tools to help parents take care of their children’s primary care if they do not have insurance or Medicaid.

 

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Omega Pediatrics believes that when  families know more, they can do more to help the health of their children as well as themselves. That is why we have taken the pains to provide relevant healthcare information for.our families. The informative pediatrician blog continues to be updated with the latest in news and information as well as important health topics.

Topics include strep throat infectionsimmunizationsinfluenza and behavior in children. We also talk about lactation and breastfeedingprofessional pediatric careers and other new topics involving medicine as a whole, or specifically pediatrics.

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