Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta plans to build revolutionary Centre for Advanced Pediatrics, the first pediatric ambulatory care centre for complex care in Brookhaven, Georgia.
This centre for advanced pediatrics will bring pediatric clinics and specialists together under one roof. Situated at I-85 and North Druid Hills Road in Brookhaven fulfils the requirements of many patients who visits the facility to meet multiple specialists and clinics.
The centre for Advanced Pediatrics will be a pediatric destination and it contains both complex and research capabilities in one facility. Patient experience can be enhanced through this innovative facility.
The new 260, 000 square-foot facility complete the requirement of families who need medical treatment of their kids in one centralized hub.
The Centre for Advanced Pediatrics will house 457 physicians and employees and anticipates managing more than 100,000 patient visits in the first year.
Specialties including neurology, pulmonology, cardiology and diabetes will move into the new building, which will be centrally located to Children’s three hospital campuses, Egleston, Hughes Spalding and Scottish Rite.
Treatment and research for breathing and airways that brings the areas of pulmonology, allergy/immunology, cystic fibrosis and sleep will be carried out in one floor.
Advanced Pediatrics Center provides basic imaging and phlebotomy services in-house for rapid and easy access. Patients can participate in clinical research trials conveniently through a pediatric research center.
The new facility will also have state-of-the-art telemedicine capabilities, flexible exam rooms, a teaching classroom and a demonstration kitchen to amplify specific clinical programs. In addition to them, it also features garden, green space around the building and a dedicated parking deck.
Besides serving as a beacon for the kids of Georgia, it will also represent the Southern Gateway for the City of Brookhaven.
|Name||Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta|
|Location||Brookhaven, Georgia, USA|
|Parties Involved||Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta|