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Up-Close with the Owners of Decatur Pediatric Group

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Decatur Pediatric Group (DPG) was rejuvenated with new ownership in 1996, when Dr. Lynette Wilson-Phillips purchased the practice from one of the original founders, which opened in 1956. 

The philosophy of the practice from its inception was to provide care to the children of the immediate communities of Clarkston, Stone Mountain and the surrounding N. DeKalb areas. In providing care, the Providers of the practice maintain a philosophy establishing a consistent long-term relationship with the families of the practice, providing comprehensive care with convenient office hours and state-of-the art technology, with patient portal access to their child's medical record and online appointment scheduling. Maintaining this philosophy, the practice has been invited to expand to other communities of the metro-Atlanta area, including East of Atlanta in both Lithonia and Covington; and West of Atlanta in Smyrna. Decatur Pediatric Group offers the most comprehensive diagnostic techniques and management of Pediatric long-term conditions, for example but not limited to, Asthma, Allergies, and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disease (ADHD).

Decatur Pediatric Group would love to provide Pediatric medical care to your kids from newborn to 19 years old. In order to become a patient of the practice, please call them at 404-296-7133. Their call center will be happy to advise you on a convenient date for you and your family to come in and meet the Pediatric providers of the primary location you are interested in establishing care. The call center is also able to advise on scheduling an appointment, insurance programs accepted, and on DPG's private medical program for those who are either under-insured or without insurance.

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