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Welcome to Atlanta Children's Clinical Center, PC, Your Pediatrician in Atlanta, GA

At ACCC, we strive to provide you and your family with the highest quality pediatric care in a compassionate, efficient, and personal manner. We offer same day sick appointments, our own nurse triage line during the day, and Saturday morning appointments. When the office is closed, you can reach your doctor on call in the evenings, weekends, and holidays. We are conveniently located in Buckhead near 85/75/400 highways. We even have FREE parking! Our contact information:

Atlanta Children's Clinical Center
455 East Paces Ferry Rd Suite 212
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 261-2666 Phone
(404) 261-2669 Fax

Breaking news 1/17/22: Watch Dr. Chugani's January 17th interview with the Medical Association of Atlanta about Covid-19 in children here

After Hours: What to do when your child gets sick after hours? Call us first! One of us is always available whenever the office is closed. You can speak directly with us, and we can advise you on the best course of action. If it is Saturday morning, bring them in to the office. We are open from 830 am to noon every Saturday. If it is in the evening or Sunday, call us first. Often, we can give you advice on what to do or, if appropriate, do a virtual telemedicine visit right from the comfort of your home.

Insurance: Each time you bring your child to the office, we will ask you for your insurance card. It is stated in your contract with your insurance company that we must do this, and you must provide it so we can verify your benefits. We know that it is an inconvenience; however, we must abide by the contracts that you have with your insurance company.

School forms and Sports Physicals: An annual physical is required for our doctors to be able to complete and sign school and sports forms. If your child has had a well visit exam within the last 12 months, our doctors can sign their forms. We can provide the 3231 and 3300 forms, as well as the generic GHSA physical form. However, please be aware that some schools and camps have specific forms that we cannot generate--you have to provide us with those specific forms.

Once we receive the forms, please allow us 2 to 3 business days for completion. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

Online Features: We have updated many of our web features to include online bill-pay, and other parental resources such as information about vaccines, common illnesses and injuries, and school/camp forms. We encourage you to utilize the resources we have made available to you as many of your questions or concerns may be answered or addressed regarding your child(ren) without having to wait on the telephone or for someone to get back to you. We hope that these features will enhance your visit and your child's visit here at the Atlanta Children's Clinical Center.

New Patients: We are accepting new patients!!! Please call the office to ensure that we accept your insurance policy. We must receive medical records from the previous pediatrician prior to making any appointments for your child. A form for requesting records can found in Patient Forms under the Forms & Policies tab.

Meet Our Staff

  • Reshma R. Chugani, MD

    Dr. Reshma Chugani joined the Atlanta Children's Clinical Center in 2001. Dr. Chugani grew up in Connecticut and graduated magna cum laude from Yale College with a degree in Biology.

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  • Megan Ference, MD, FAAP

    Dr. Megan Ference grew up in Atlanta. She went to Oxford College and Emory University where she was in the Alpha Episilon Upsilon honor society.

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  • Joy Maxey, MD

    Dr. Joy Maxey is a native Atlantan. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science degree, cum laude, with General Honors and with Honors in Microbiology and the Medical College of Georgia with a Doctor of Medicine degree. Dr.

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Atlanta Children's Clinical Center


8:30 am-5:00 pm


8:30 am-5:00 pm


8:30 am-5:00 pm


8:30 am-5:00 pm


8:30 am-5:00 pm


9:00 am-12:00 pm