- Urgent Care
1547 Clifton Road NE, Suite 200
Atlanta, GA 30322Get Directions
Updated Mar. 22, 2023
As of Wednesday, March 22, 2023, we have updated our masking policies.Learn more
Your safety is our priority
Because the health and safety of our patients, visitors and staff is a priority, Children’s is:
- Allowing two caregivers with each patient. No other family or visitors are allowed.
- Effective April 1, patients receiving hospital laboratory and phlebotomy services may be accompanied by two visitors.
- Lab treatment rooms and sleep lab studies will continue to allow one visitor
- Masks are recommended.
- Masks are required for:
- Anyone over the age of 2 in our emergency departments, urgent care locations and some clinic locations due to a higher possibility of spreading illnesses in these areas.
- A patient who is at high risk for infections.*
- A guardian or visitor of a patient who is at high risk for infection.*
- Our clinical team members and employees during direct patient care in our hospitals and clinics.
- Please ensure that a well caregiver is bringing the child in for services. If not possible, please notify the clinical team before your arrival for options.
- Family members, visitors of patients and caregivers with potentially contagious illnesses should not visit Children’s facilities. If there is an issue, please notify the clinical team immediately.
- Practicing social distancing by staying 6 feet away from other patients and visitors.
- Enhancing cleaning measures.
*If you are unsure if your child is at high-risk for infections, please ask their care team.
About this location:
Children's at Houston Mill on Clifton Road in Atlanta is a department of Children's Scottish Rite Hospital, and provides apnea and neuropsychology services to children and teenagers.
Limited parking is available. If the parking lot is full, park at 1525 Clifton Road, which is next door to the clinic.
Children’s specializes in treating infants who have apnea and bradycardia, as well as infants whose siblings have died from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) or who have had an apparent life-threatening event (ALTE).