Welcome to Omega Pediatrics
How does our clinic compare with other services in Roswell, Alpharetta, Sandy Springs and Cumming? The table below will give you an overview of our range of exceptional services.
Pediatric Primary Care
Pediatric Preventive Care
In-Office Nebulizer/Respiratory Treatment
Electronic Health Records
Minimal waiting time
Online Appointment Scheduling/Availability Check
Website Chat with staff
Direct To Doctor Messaging
Clinic Based With Personalized Service
Telemedicine Service/See Doc From Your Home
Clinic Accessible up to 9 pm all week days
THERE ARE MANY GOOD CLINICS BUT THERE IS A DIFFERENCE AT OMEGA PEDIATRICS
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
Topics include strep throat infections, immunizations, influenza and behavior in children. We also talk about lactation and breastfeeding, professional pediatric careers and other new topics involving medicine as a whole, or specifically pediatrics.
Our Services Include:
After-Hours Pediatric Clinic (Urgent Care Hours)
After-Hours pediatric primary care services cover the entire spectrum of healthcare. It provides a comprehensive plan for our families. With such an option it only makes sense that a child uses our clinic as it provides a one-stop-shop for all the healthcare needs unless they are life-threatening. The after-hours pediatric clinic is available up to 9 pm daily. Our patients do not need to use urgent care facilities because their primary care office is available for up to 4 hours after-hours daily.
The difference between our clinic and an urgent care facility is that we do not require our patients to “follow-up” with their primary care the next day because we are their primary care providers. This puts us at the forefront of the medical home model as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Conditions that we treat include
- Ear Injury or Acute Onset Infection
- Excessive Crying in infants
- Asthma Exacerbation After Exertion
- Acute Vomiting or Diarrhea
- Suturing lacerations and dressing wounds
- Sports Medicine Evaluations as soon as immediately after occurrence
- Sickle Cell Disease Care outside the emergency room
- Other sudden onset symptoms