Our pediatrician is an idiot! North Atlanta Pediatrics. Please help us find a pediatrician that won't shovel medication down our one month olds mouth, before discussing formula/breastfeeding options...that's what they did with Zantac. Took it upon myself to get a hospital grade pump and get her off of formula entirely. Our 2 month appointment is coming up, and I'm sure they're going to have a fit when I tell them that she won't be getting all of those shots on the list on that day. We will get them all, just more spread out. It's absurd to give a 2 month old HepB, Rota, Dtap, Polio and that other one all on one day....
Looking for a pediatrician who is kind, compassionate, an educator, and a good listener. Currently living in East Atlanta Village. Please advise! Thank you! <3
When we lived in Atlanta we used Dr. Stiefel. He is quite caring and did let us space out the vaccines and didn't push antibiotics. Also, he didn't blink on our intact son. He had three kids of his own when I left town.
You might call and see if he will chat with you... see if you click.
We've been using Dr Herrmann since DS was 2 months old (he's now 23 months) and she's wonderful. Never gives me a hard time about spreading out vaxes/ delaying (still waiting to get MMR). She even suggested an alternative order to which I was planning on doing the vaccinations with very good reason (we were using the Dr Sears' Vax book). I love that she breastfed all her 3 children and coslept with them all. Her conversion to cosleeping story is really great. We live in Inman Park and her office is very convenient.
: 01/10/2009 and 09/29/2011
We have seen Dr. Herrmann & also Dr. Sells at Intown Pediatrics (in the Cabbagetown area) --- both take a natural approach to baby wellness & both are open to alternative vaccination schedules.
Just wanted to pipe up and say that in our experience Dr Sells is not "open" about alternate vaccine schedules. When we asked her about them in Summer of 09, she put up quite a protest about it, plying us with literature about why we should vax on schedule and giving us a lecture about why alternatre schedules are bad for babies. She eventually admitted that she would allow an alternate schedule if we insisted but not happily. We stayed anyway and only see Chris (the nurse practitioner) there.
I have to 3rd (or 4th or 5th!) Dr. Herrmann. She is awesome! Totally cool with my super delayed vaxing (I just started a select few vaxes when my girls were 5 and 7) and every time I go in she gives us some kind of info on plans for our vegetarian diet, breathing exercises for my 8 yr old with anxiety, natural supplements, etc. She doesn't throw antibiotics at you, either. Plus, each time we are there, she spends 30 mins with us... she even answers the phone!
Amanda, mom to dsd (16), dd (11), dd (8), and ds (born 11/12/11).
I love Dr Chou at Clairmont Pediatrics. She's 100% behind me with non-vaxing of my two boys and she gives natural remedies as often as not. Dr Price is the head of the practice and she too supports us, though she's a bit more medically minded -- I kind of like having both types in the same office. I really can't say enough about Dr Chou though -- she's always observing your child, even when you think she's not doing much.
I 6th, 7th, 8th??? Dr. Hermann.
It really really depends on your personality and how that meshes (or doesnt) with the ped. AINH and I are friends - and at her recommendation I tried out Dr. Chou after a year of always leaving Dr. Sells office annoyed. (and yes, chris is an exception). I did not care for Dr. Chou, and was beginning to think maybe my expectations were unreasonable. I finally had a visit with Dr. Hermann and really like her.
Dr. Sells has no issue letting you know what she thinks - even in her body language. Dr. Chou is quiet and very observant. I needed someone somewhere in the middle.
Hope you guys find a good match!
Dr Marion Owen. She is amazing. We used to use Dr Herrman but switched to Dr Owen. Our whole family sees her. We moved 45 min away but make the drive back in town just for her. She is fine with no/delay vacc and our intact son is not an issue. Love her.
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