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Child Health We Celebrate Our 300th Heart Transplant

Our Heart Transplant Program reached a major milestone, performing its 300th heart transplant since the program's inception in 1988.

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VisitorRestrictions

    To protect our patients, we are instituting visitor restrictions at our facilities. This is a common practice at Children’s during times of peak illness, like flu season. 

    Individuals who are ill and all children under the age of 12 should not visit Children’s unless they are seeking treatment. This is for your safety and the safety of others. We do not want anyone in your family to become unintentionally ill when you are here to get better.

 
     
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Time to Get Your Flu Shot

The best protection against the flu is to get the flu vaccine. It takes about two weeks for protection to develop after the shot. In the meantime, you are still at risk for getting the flu.


Announcing Our Next Comeback Athlete: Tarik

Through two torn ACLs and his house burning down, Tarik Jalil always maintained a smile and a positive attitude. By doing so, he was able to return to his football team for his junior season.


We Are a Working Mother 100 Best Company... Again!

Highlighting companies paving the way for new moms and families, Working Mother magazine announced Children’s as a Working Mother 100 Best Company for the tenth year in a row.


27.2 Miracle Marathon

Now through October 12, participants can raise funds for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and Georgia's Children’s Miracle Network Hospital by moving one mile every day, for 27 days.

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Children's Stories

Nour BarghouthiMeet Nour. See how rotationplasty at age 6 has given this young girl more confidence than ever.

Joel LittletonMeet Joel. This seven-year-old has been battling sickle cell disease his whole life, but he hasn’t been doing it alone.

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