CHOA breaks ground at Town Center
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Children's Healthcare of Atlanta CEO and President Donna Hyland speaks at the event. (Laura Moon/Staff)
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta CEO and President Donna Hyland speaks at the event. (Laura Moon/Staff)
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From left, Collier, 2, and Emmy Lott, 3, have fun with the dirt. Collier has epilepsy and his sister Emmy has sickle cell anemia. They are both patients at CHOA. (Laura Moon/Staff)
From left, Collier, 2, and Emmy Lott, 3, have fun with the dirt. Collier has epilepsy and his sister Emmy has sickle cell anemia. They are both patients at CHOA. (Laura Moon/Staff)
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Children's Healthcare of Atlanta recently broke ground on a new pediatric imaging center at their Town Center location, 2985 George Busbee Parkway.

CHOA has the largest pediatric radiology program in the nation and performs more exams on children than anyone else. It has hospitals throughout the metro area.

Families in Cobb will now have the backing of more than 20 pediatric radiologists representing all pediatric radiology subspecialties, whether their child needs an X-ray for a fracture or a CT scan to diagnose a more serious condition.

The new pediatric imaging center is scheduled to open November 2013.

This facility currently provides urgent care, sports medicine and specialty care services.

Information: choa.org/radiology.

 

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