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Who?

We've partnered with parents to raise healthy kids for over 35 years.


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What?

We are a collaborative practice with board-certified pediatricians.


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Why?

We are committed to promoting health and wellness.


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Important Information:

6 Tips To Help Children Overcome Their Fear Of Shots

Needles and doctors and pain, oh my! Such is the fear many children go through when it’s time to get their flu shot or some other important vaccination.

When Should Kids Get The Flu Vaccine?

This year in particular, parents should be vigilant about finding out when their kids should get the flu shot and how many shots they may need.

Flu Vaccine Is Coming!

Medical professionals often joke that every flu season is a brand new flu season, but that saying has never been more true than in 2020.

Why Choose Cobb Pediatrics?

Pediatricians in Marietta GA 

Over 35 years of practical experience.

Choosing a pediatrician for your family is one of the most important decisions you will make for your child. We will be involved with your family at some of your most joyful times as well as some of your most difficult times. We will see you when you’ve just had a baby, when your toddler conquers potty training, when you’ve been up all night with a sick child, and when your teen is preparing for college. We are excited to play such an important role in your family’s lives.

At Cobb Pediatrics, we have been providing exceptional care for children and adolescents for over 35 years. Our philosophy is to partner with parents to treat the whole child, using high-quality evidence-based medicine, strong relationships, and advanced technology. We strongly believe that preventative care is crucial in promoting the health and wellness of your child.

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COVID-19 Updates

Telemedicine is now available. Click here for more information!

Cobb Pediatrics is dedicated to ensuring the safety of our patients and staff. We are closely monitoring the developments of COVID-19 and any updates issued by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Georgia Department of Public Health. Please read more here. (updated 7/6/20)

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