The Children's Medical Office Building is located on the Scottish Rite hospital campus directly across from the Emergency Department entrance. Parking is available in the garage next to the building. There is a fee to park. The attendant accepts checks, cash and credit cards.
This fall, our infectious diseases practice along with the Judson L. Hawk Jr., MD, Clinic for Children will be moving to a new location in the Center for Advanced Pediatrics. All Judson Hawk Clinics will be relocating to the new building with the exception of Brachial Plexus and Hand which will remain at the Medical Office Building. Infectious Diseases and Physiatry are scheduled to open in the new building Aug. 21, CF and Technology-Dependent Sept. 18 and the remaining clinics Oct. 16.
Center for Advanced Pediatrics
1400 Tullie Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30329
Judson L. Hawk Jr., M.D. Clinic for Children
Widely respected for helping build Atlanta's pediatric medical community, Judson L. Hawk Jr., M.D., cared for countless Atlanta families from all walks of life.
After serving in World War II, Dr. Hawk fulfilled his dream of becoming a doctor for children, studying at the University of North Carolina and the Medical School of Georgia. In his long career, he practiced at Egleston and Scottish Rite pediatric hospitals, now merged as Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. As a leader in President Carter's Atlanta Project among several professional associations and counselor and friend to many, he consistently raised awareness of children's needs. He spoke boldly, continually seeking community support for those who could not represent themselves.
The Judson L. Hawk Jr., M.D., Clinic for Children is dedicated to Dr. Hawk and his dream of ensuring high-quality care for our children and providing the health and happiness every child deserves.
The Judson L. Hawk, M.D., Clinic for Children offers multispecialty outpatient treatment for children with a wide range of conditions. By housing all outpatient services together, families only have to go to one place to receive extraordinary care. This model builds upon the clinic concept that Dr. Hawk helped initiate more than 30 years ago.