North Fulton Pediatrics was recommended to us by a friend and we are very glad that we chose them. We met Dr. Szabo in the hospital when our baby was born and were immediately impressed when Dr. Szabo recognized a slight murmur and proactively called in a heart specialist due to family history. The murmur turned out to be a CHD and the cardiologist even said that it was a great catch by Dr. Szabo because it was very hard to hear. We have always been able to get in to see a doctor when our baby is sick and the doctors are all kind and thorough. We recommend this practice.
Posted: 6/26/2013 • Link to this review
I love North Fulton Pediatrics. When I was a child, I used to see Dr. Zucker and loved her. Now that I am an adult and have a son of my own, he also goes to North Fulton Pediatrics and sees Dr. Levitt. Dr. Levitt has always been patient and kind and listens to what you have to say and addresses any concerns. They also give "cheat sheets" on your well child checkups and I love those! The "cheat sheets" show what your child should be eating, learning, developing, etc. at each age interval. I have a few friends who go to other practices who don't get such things so they are always turning to me for the sheets. I never have a long wait in the waiting area either and the staff is super friendly! I would highly recommend this practice to anyone.
Posted: 10/11/2011 • Link to this review
Dr Szabo is fantastic, my 16 year old son has been seeing him since 2006 when we moved to GA. Dr Szabo treats him with respect, seems truly interested in his well being and leaves no stone unturned. Even makes follow up calls himself to check on my son's condition. I would highly recommend Dr Richard Szabo.
Posted: 6/24/2011 • Link to this review
I brought my son to see Dr. Levitt who told me his was screaming because he was "fussy". Turned out he was actually very sick. I ended up taking a video of him at home during one of his episodes. I took the video to the nurse & she told me what he had. We then did some research & found out there are pediatric specialists for his condition. We weren't referred by the nurse or the doctor, we had to figure it out ourselves. We took him to the specialist & he was instantly almost completely better. I'm all for not medicating babies but when they are sick & in pain, they can't help themselves & a "wait & see" attitude doesn't allways cut it. I like the practice as a whole & Dr. Levitt is great but I won't take my baby back to him. A nurse at a different practice recommended another doctor in this practice that is better suited for our situation. Advice for new moms like me: When you make an appointment, make sure you ask which doctors are more likely to act & which are more likely to let nature take its course & wait & see. There are good times for both responses. I happened to be seeing the wrong doctor for my baby when he really needed help.
Posted: 11/15/2010 • Link to this review
Our kids have been seen by Dr. Clark (for a total of almost 18 years) and we have been very pleased. Each of the Doctors we've seen have been very knowlegable and caring. The office staff is very efficient and appointments generally run on time. Same-day sick appointments are usually not a problem either. We highly reccomend North Fulton Pediatrics.
Posted: 1/05/2010 • Link to this review
I have 1 child that go to this practice, but i am seriously thinking about changing them. i agree with the other parent review that they do miss allot when your child is ill. It seems it more about making a dollar then a child better. I also learned from an inside source that they are slightly prejudice against bi-racial children. Also, they recently let one of their former employers go, with prejudice comments involved. Sorry North Fulton Pediatrics you come highly recommended, but the truth is your really not that high on my review!!!
Posted: 7/21/2009 • Last edited: 6/11/2014 • Link to this review
I have to say that this is my second pediatric group. I went through 6 different doctors at the other practice before a friend recommended North Fulton Pediatrics to me. I have seen all of the doctors here and they are OK. As far as annual care and vaccines go, they know their stuff. They are vaccine pushers. My 1 year old received 5 vaccines in one visit. I believe that's too many for a small child. I am in the medical field and know that vaccines are not benign. These doctors vaccinate every child like they are giving away candy. As far as illnesses are concerned, I would go straight to a specialist. My daughter was seen at this practice multiple times for chronic ear problems. They tried 3 different antibiotics, ear flushing (which, by the way, did not work and my child screamed for 2 hours) and I was still dealing with the problem. Nobody ever mentioned a referral to ENT specialist. I took my daughter to an ENT specialist on my own and he said that she needed ear tubes placed and adenoids taken out. He was able to tell that just from hearing her history, before he examined her. Why wasn't my pediatrician able to come to that conclusion, or at least recommend a referral? My guess would be that they don't care or don't have time for my child. I understand they are busy and overbooked, but they should not overlook any child. I came to a conclusion that I will use this practice for regular care, but not when my children are ill.
Posted: 4/08/2009 • Link to this review
We have been going to North Fulton Pediatrics for the last 6 months for our little baby Selin and we are very happy because They know What they are doing and they are really helping people. Thanks Dr. Levitt.
Posted: 11/01/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
We've been seeing Dr. Levitt since our baby's birth because two friends recommended him. He is great and the office is nice. They have a big waiting room with lots of toys to play with. Although I do wish they have a separate room for the sick kids.
Posted: 10/11/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
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