Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is the pediatric healthcare system in Atlanta affiliated with Emory University. Children's consist of three hospital campuses and numerous out-patient healthcare centers. Children's at Egleston is on the Emory University campus next door to the Emory Children's Center home for the administrative offices of the Department of Pediatrics and the Division of Neurology. Children's at Egleston provides comprehensive pediatric medical care for all pediatric specialties and houses a comprehensive clinical neurophysiology laboratory for neurodiagnostics, neuromonitoring, and epilepsy surgery. Children’s at Scottish Rite Hospital is located on the north side of Atlanta and offers comprehensive diagnostic services including laboratory, imaging and electrophysiologic modalities.
Children's Specialty Services at North Druid Hills Atlanta is where Pediatric Neurology residents participate in outpatient consultations and have weekly continuity clinics.
Emory University School of Medicine is ranked by U.S. News as one of the top 25 medical schools for research and is ranked 19th among all U.S. medical schools in total National Institutes of Health (NIH) research support. Emory University Hospital is ranked as a top 25 hospital for neurology and neurosurgery by U.S. News. The School of Medicine is affiliated with Emory Healthcare, the largest healthcare system in Georgia.
To provide exemplary treatment for children and adolescents suffering from a broad range of rheumatologic diseases and primary immunodeficiencies.