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Why Do Children Struggle With Masks?

Why Do Children Struggle With Masks?

Some youngsters will be asked to wear facial coverings as they return to school
The return to school means some children will be asked to wear face coverings as they move from class to class, something a lot of youngsters will find difficult.

New! Special Edition on Youth Health Care Transitions

New! Special Edition on Youth Health Care Transitions

Special Edition on Youth Health Care TransitionsThe Georgia Pediatrician Healthcare is a vast system that requires the guidance of a medical home to help families with children and especially children with special healthcare needs, to navigate.  In 1998, the...

Census 2020: Making Georgia’s Children Count

Census 2020: Making Georgia’s Children Count

Census 2020: Making Georgia's Children Count Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the self-reporting deadline for the 2020 census has been extended to October 31,2020. Please continue your efforts encouraging families in your practice to complete the census on-line or via...

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) ResourcesWe are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak in Georgia and the US and as a Chapter are making adjustments to ensure the safety of our members, partners, staff and community at large. We are committed to following all...

GA Chapter AAP Award Winners

GA Chapter AAP Award Winners

GA Chapter AAP Award Winners Denmark Lifetime Achievement Harry L. Keyserling, MD Outstanding Achievement Kids Docs on Wheels Young Physician Award Katherine F. Duncan, MDSylvia M. Washington, MDFriend of Children Award Beverly Knight Olson Legislator of the Year Rep....

Dr. Goza voted AAP President-Elect

Dr. Goza voted AAP President-Elect

Dr. Goza will take over as president on Jan. 1, 2020, following Kyle Yasuda, M.D., FAAP, of Seattle, who will serve as president in 2019. To read about Dr. Goza’s background…

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