Promise Pediatrics is an office that loves to take nice care of kids of North Georgia and surrounding areas. We provide pediatric care for kids from birth to 21 years of age. We accept Medicaid and almost all other private insurance. In our office you'll find that we currently have a loving team that is pleased to be available to you whenever you need us.


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  City Ringgold , GA
  Zip Code 30736
  Address 375 Boynton Dr
  Phone Number (706) 937-3331

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Proud to support Catoosa County baseball today at AT&T Field!
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Promise Pediatrics is always opens at 11am on Saturday with the exception of bad weather, holidays, or unforseen circumstances. This time is reserved for sick children only. We do not do well child checks or ADHD visits on Saturday. However, if your child
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We love Dr Ronda Graham and NP Joshua Cole and their boys!
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From all of us to all of you Merry Christmas from Promise Pediatrics. We love you all!
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Question: When is my child due for his/her next check up? Answer: Promise Pediatrics recommends the following for well child check ups: First Year- Schedule a doctor's visit at 1-3 days after birth (as recommended by the pediatrician), 1 month, 2 months,
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Through the transmission of Coxsackie virus, or hand foot and mouth disease, is possible year-round, we typically see most cases in the fall when children head back to school. Since the illness spreads easily from person to person, little ones who put
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A healthy immune system makes a healthy child! With flu season upon us, the best building blocks of a strong immune system are eating healthy, exercise, and getting the proper amount of sleep. Parents should also be making plans early in the fall to arrange
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With school back in session and fall sports underway, parents and coaches need to keep a close eye out for concussions. Accordingly to the CDC, the amount of reported concussions has doubled in the last 10 years, with football posing the greatest number
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