Welcome to Atlanta Children's Clinical Center, PC, Your Pediatricians 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, telemedicine appointments, our own nurse triage line during the day, and Saturday morning appointments. When the office is closed, you can reach us on call in the evenings, weekends, and holidays. We are conveniently located in Buckhead near 85/75/400 highways. We even have FREE parking! 

Atlanta Children's Clinical Center
455 East Paces Ferry Road NE, Suite 212
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 261-2666 Phone
(404) 261-2669 Fax
[email protected]


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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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What Our Patients Say About Us

    Dr. Chugani is absolutely wonderful! She is always prompt, professional and truly listens to my concerns. Added bonuses is that the parking is easy and I have never waited in the waiting room for more than two minutes. I highly recommend this practice!

    Emily W.

    Dr Chugani is the best pediatrician! She is very responsive to any of my concerns for my child and very knowledgeable about child development disorders. Her team is great and always respond to calls with the nurse within an hour of leaving a message. They are such a pleasant and professional group and my son loves going to visit them!

    Tanisha H.

    Good pediatrician in town. Take both of my kids here and no complaints. Drs. Chugani and Ference are extremely nice and very patient with the kids. They also create a very welcoming environment. I believe they are traditionally pretty full with their patient load, but if you live in the area, it's worth seeing if they are accepting new patients.

    Dan (parent)

    "I was a patient at Atlanta Children's Clinical Center (cared for by Dr. Maxey and Dr. Chugani) from birth until "graduating" out of the practice. When we had our daughter, I couldn't imagine going to any other provider. All of the staff at ACCC are incredibly patient in answering any questions we have about our children - and we have a lot. They have never once made us feel rushed or stupid for asking the crazy questions that come with being a first time parent - I think that is what makes ACCC so unique. Dr. Chugani and Dr. Ference take time to explain complex medical information in easy to understand terms for worried parents and children (they have always taken the time to field questions from our kids). You know that they are really, truly listening to your concerns and that they deeply care for your children. We have complete trust and confidence that we are receiving the best possible care for our children by seeing Dr. Chugani and Dr. Ference. An added bonus is that whenever our kids play with their toy doctor kit, they pretend to be Dr. Chugani so we know they love her too (despite how they may act while actually in the exam room)!"

    Lauren C.

    "We love Dr. Chugani and all the doctors and staff at Atlanta Children’s Clinical Center!  We have been with ACCC since our children were born, and we truly feel like they are our family.  Dr. Chugani (and everyone at ACCC) is so compassionate and caring, and has made such an effort to know our children and family.  She always takes the time to answer and address any and all questions and concerns, and treats each child as an individual.  In 10+ years, we have never had an issue getting an appointment or being able to speak with the on-call doctor.  We feel so lucky to have our children with Dr. Chugani and ACCC, and could not recommend them more highly!"

    Sarah Z.

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Contact Us

If your child is sick and needs an appointment today, call the office at 404-261-2666.

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Atlanta Children's Clinical Center

Monday - Friday:

8:30 am - 5:00 pm


9:00 am - 12:00 pm