Omega Pediatrics is a leading pediatric primary care practice in the Greater Atlanta area of Georgia. We provide the most accessible care with hours of service up to 9 pm on weekdays as well as telemedicine access for the convenience of busy families. If you are new to the area, below is a summary of Dunwoody.
Dunwoody is a city located in northern Dekalb County. In 2016, the U.S. Census Bureau estimated the city to have a population of 48,884. After Sandy Springs’ 30-year battle for incorporation that finally came to fruition in 2005, its success inspired other metro Atlanta residents to follow suit. Dunwoody was incorporated as a city on December 1, 2008. Since then, the community of Dunwoody has proven its dedication to foster family life, education, religious institutions and the environment. The community at the center of Dunwoody is a blend of suburban and urban, featuring access to technology, markets and lifestyle amenities. Due to its focus on its residents, environment and local businesses, it is a prime living area and destination for young singles, growing families, and established professionals. If you are looking to settle in an area that has a seamless blend of business and residential influences, Dunwoody is the place for you.
Dunwoody provides its residents with plenty of essential amenities and an infrastructure that make living in Dunwoody enjoyable. Plenty of funds go into public works projects with the purpose increasing quality of life and ease of transportation. Residents have the privilege of using multiple public transportation systems, such as the MARTA station, shuttle buses, and zipcars. MARTA offers residents convenient access to the Perimeter Central business district, downtown Atlanta and Hartsfield-Jackson Airport. For those who prefer to drive, the city’s western border is close to Georgia 400, providing similar ease of access to these areas.
Dunwoody has come to be a flourishing nexus of employment, transportation, an educated workforce and population density. Many local, national and international companies call Dunwoody home due to the city’s strategic and convenient position at the center of metro Atlanta. The city’s prime location coupled with a population in which 65.8 percent hold a bachelor’s degree or higher draw many businesses and companies to Dunwoody and the Perimeter Central business district. The backbone of Dunwoody’s business remains as corporate and regional headquarters, information technology and financial services. In 2015, the three top employers in Dunwoody included Intercontinental Hotel Group, Peachford Hospital and APEX Systems.
Much like every other city and community surrounding Atlanta, Dunwoody has a large focus on family health and the health of women and children. There are a few practices dedicated solely to women’s health care. A few of them are Comprehensive Women’s OB/GYN and Providence Women’s Health Care; both of these clinics operate on weekdays between 9 am and 5 pm. Dunwoody and its surrounding areas offer a variety of quality pediatric offices that work on traditional workday hours: 8 am – 5 pm. Omega Pediatrics serves a lot of city residents because of its unique hours that are catered to the busy, modern family, and it is a 20-minute drive from the city center. It is readily available during the hours of 11 am to 9 pm on the weekdays, making it possible for parents to get home from work and still be able to access the pediatrician for routine visits as well as sick visits. Dunwoody provides its residents with a variety of urgent care facilities, including Dunwoody Urgent Care and Piedmont Urgent Care. These clinics operate each day around 8 am to 8 pm.
The Dekalb County School System provides a few local accredited schools localized in Dunwoody. Families have their choice of 5 local elementary schools, such as Dunwoody Elementary School, Austin Elementary School and Vanderlyn Elementary school to name a few. Peachtree Charter Middle School and Dunwoody High School are also available. For those wanting to put their children into private school, Dunwoody and its surrounding areas offer some private schools, including Marist School in Brookhaven and Atlanta North School.
Dunwoody has 170 acres of green space between the city’s 6 major parks:
Residents and visitors can brighten their day and enjoy themselves in each of these parks at any given time. Managed by the Dunwoody Parks and Recreation Department, these well-maintained parks feature many amenities directed toward assurance of a quality visit for citizens of all ages. Dunwoody also offers several annual events that get larger and larger with every year that passed, such as its Lemonade Days, the Dunwoody Art Festival, and the one-of-a-kind Butterfly Festival.
If you want to settle in an area dedicated to preserving and celebrating its close-knit suburban culture while also being close to a sprawling retail and business center, then Dunwoody is the city for you.
Omega Pediatrics Difference: At Omega Pediatrics in Roswell we understand the challenges that parents face when their children develop symptoms late in the day or after hours. Many pediatric offices rarely see patients after 4 pm however we are open every weekday up to 9 pm for both appointments and walk-ins. We also have telemedicine via evisits for our known patients. Our clinic is one of the easily accessible pediatric primary care clinics in Roswell and Alpharetta. We provide pediatric primary care to families in the North Fulton area and beyond, serving families that live in Milton, Sandy Springs, Johns Creek, Duluth, Cumming, Woodstock-Canton and beyond.
Immunizations and checkups after-hours: One advantage of switching to Omega Pediatrics for your child’s primary care is that you can bring your child in for immunization or annual checkup after regular business hours. We provide this service because we have passion for what we do and we want to be a comfortable and convenient service, not the ordinary pediatric doctor’s office.