The Children's 1998 Society

1998 Society
Making an Impact Together

The Children's 1998 Society is a physicians' philanthropic organization named for the year Egleston Children's Health Care System and Scottish Rite Children's Medical Center merged to form Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. In that same spirit of unity, doctors at Children's who join the Children's 1998 Society pledge their financial support to our not-for-profit organization. In 2013, the Children's 1998 Society celebrated its 12th year with over 240 members and, to date, has contributed more than $6.2 million to Children’s.

By joining the Children's 1998 Society today, your commitment will help fund our continued pursuit of excellence in pediatric patient care, research and training, and advocacy and charity care.

Video: Centennial Gala Honorees

Centennial Gala HonoreesView

The 1998 Society  celebrated a century of pediatric service and philanthropy at the Children's Centennial Gala. This 100th Anniversary black tie celebration honors the innovation and impact made by the many physicians who have proudly served Children's since its origin in 1915. The Children's Centennial Gala honorees include George Brumley, M.D., Leila Denmark, M.D., Judson Hawk, M.D., Jr., Raymond Morrissy, M.D., Joseph Patterson, M.D. and Joseph Snitzer, M.D.