Services

You want only the best for your baby. We offer the services you need from providers you can trust, all in one comfortable, convenient location. From check-ups to feeding consultations to classes, our services are second to none.

Enhanced Newborn Screening

Standard Newborn Screening All newborns are screened for inherited disorders with a simple blood test in their first week of life. The state of Georgia requires that all infants receive this screening, and most children born in the hospital will receive ...

Well Baby Checks and Sick Visits

Newborns grow and change so fast! During the first year, you’ll see your pediatrician more than any other time in your child’s life. These newborn doctor visits are a chance to monitor your baby’s growth and development, receive recommended vaccinations and di...

In-house Labs

Life with a new baby is busy and no one wants to make an extra trip for labs. If your doctor finds that your baby needs lab work, we can complete routine and many specialty tests right in the Newborn Center. We bring you the peace of mind that comes with...

Newborn Hospital Care

Our doctors can see your newborn right from the start at both Kennestone and Northside Hospitals! Just make sure to designate KP as your pediatrician of choice when registering with admissions.

Breastfeeding & Bottle Feeding Support

Feeding your baby is one of the first things you do as a parent – and one of the ways you and your baby spend much of your time together. So it’s only natural that many parents have questions – How often should he eat? How much? Am I getting this posit...

Classes & Support Groups

We're here to help you feel prepared before the baby comes and to provide the information and reassurance you need afterwards.Childbirth Education Kennesaw Pediatrics partners with WombWise Childbirth Education to provide a comprehensive,...

Immunizations

Our Vaccine Philosophy At the Kennesaw Pediatrics Newborn Center, our practice believes that all children should receive the recommended vaccines according to the guidelines provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Centers for Disease...