Daffodil Pediatrics
 
 

Three Locations: Forest Park, Tucker & Carrollton

 

This spacious facility was remodeled and updated in June 2012. Great location near Forest Parkway and Jonesboro Road.

  • Easy access right to downtown Forest Park, I-285, I-75, I-675
  • Plenty of parking right in front of our office.
  • Enjoy short wait times in our Well, Sick and Newborn Waiting Rooms
  • Educational television in waiting rooms.
  • English, Spanish, Vietnamese, and Arabic.

Phone: 404.366.3636
Fax: 404.362.0808
Email: forestpark@rosemmc.com

Daffodil Pediatrics - Forest Park
4905 Courtney Drive
Forest Park GA 30297

 
 

Our facility in Tucker is located near Northlake Mall and Dekalb Hospital with easy access to I-285, Stone Mountain Hwy, and I-85.

  • Plenty of parking right in front of our office.
  • Enjoy short wait times (usually under 10 minutes) in our Well, Sick and Newborn Waiting Rooms
  • Educational television in waiting rooms (not in newborn room)
  • Our staff speak English, Spanish, Farsi, Pashto, Urdu.

Phone: 770.809.3332
Fax: 770.947.7904
Email: tucker@rosemmc.com

Daffodil Pediatrics - Tucker
1918 Northlake Parkway
Suite 201 and 202
Tucker GA, 30084

 
 

Our newest facility in Carrollton.

  • Plenty of parking right in front of our office.
  • Enjoy short wait times (usually under 10 minutes) in our Well, Sick and Newborn Waiting Rooms
  • Educational television in waiting rooms (not in newborn room)
  • Our staff speak English, Spanish.

Phone: 404.366.3636
Email: carrollton@rosemmc.com

Daffodil Pediatrics - Carrollton
1561 US Hwy 27 #6
Carrollton, GA 30117

 
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