Children’s Hospital of Georgia, Georgia Regents

Address: 1446 Harper Street
Augusta, GA 30912-7600
Phone: 706-721-KIDS (5437) Email: NO EMAIL Website:

Children’s Hospital of Georgia is the only facility in the area dedicated exclusively to children. It staffs the largest team of pediatric specialists in the region who deliver out- and in- patient care for everything from common childhood illnesses to life-threatening conditions like heart disorders, cancer and neurological diseases.

Opened in 1998, the Center offers:

-The largest team of general pediatricians adolescent medicine physicians and pediatric specialists in the area
-Primary care to keep your child healthy
-Adolescent care by board-certified adolescent medicine specialists
-A full range of medical services including pediatric cardiology, oncology and neurology
-A full range of pediatric surgical services
-Pediatric emergency services
-A dedicated 154-bed children’s hospital designed exclusively for children A Level I (highest level)
-Pediatric intensive care unit
-A Level IV (highest level) neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) -Pediatric and Neonatal air and ground transport teams
-One of only two Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) systems in Georgia. ECMO keeps the hearts and lungs of critically ill infants and children working while they heal.
-A full range of in-house diagnostic tests
-Registered nurses, therapists, dieticians, pharmacists, nurse educators and other caregivers specially trained in pediatrics
-Social workers to help families access resources
-Patient Family Centered Care
-Child Life Specialists to help children understand and cope with care
-A telemedicine program to take pediatric expertise into rural areas -Interpreters in virtually every language
-Medical research and training programs for pediatric specialists

All the resources of one of Georgia’s largest academic medical centers

Request an online appointment now or call 706-721-KIDS (5437) or toll free at 888-721-KIDS (5437) to speak to a member of our care team.

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