About Treatment Center
Located in Atlanta, Georgia, Georgia Pediatric Pulmonology Associates PC offers treatment for Addiction, Alcohol Abuse and Drug Abuse. Our dedicated team of addiction specialists have one main goal in mind – to help addicts beat the cycle of addiction once and for all. Beginning with an intake assessment, our addiction specialists are able to determine the best course of action when creating the patients’ customized treatment plan. We believe that anyone can recover, no matter how severe their addiction is.With the right treatment plan in place, our patients can achieve anything that they set their mind to. We truly care about the success of our patients, both in recovery and in every aspect of their lives. We accept Most Insurances as well as many other insurances. We aim to show addicts how to live the life that they deserve without being constrained by addiction. Despite where an addict is in their addiction, it’s not too late to change. We understand that change can seem like a very scary thing, especially for a newly recovering addict. The changes that they will make here at Georgia Pediatric Pulmonology Associates PC may just be the very changes that will save their lives.
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
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- Most Insurances
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My child has been a patient here for several years. They have great doctors and staff that got my child's asthma under control. I would give 5 stars for the practice itself. However, as soon as they joined Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, costs doubled with no warning. Now an office visit is $519! I don't want to leave, but I am disappointed and angry at CHOA for their price-gouging and lack of communication. That brought my score down to 3 stars.
Michele Galban, 4 months ago
My kid has been a patient here since 2012. I've read the other reviews, and I feel bad for those parents who have complaints. Having a child who is ill is stressful, but I think that stress may be behind some of the complaints. I have experienced long wait times maybe once a year, but it was during flu season. We all want to be seen right away, but that is not always possible. The front desk staff has always been so nice and professional. Perhaps if you had a problem with them it was just because you were in your feelings at the time as the result of caring for a sick child. I was a cash patient for years and never had any issues with their billing department, so again one bad experience should not be the benchmark. Another review painted Dr. Poplar in a bad light. I refuse to believe that review. My kid has been under his care for years, and he's been one of the best doctors we've ever had. He's kind, caring, and extremely concerned. Bad reviews are typically a snapshot of one moment in time from one perspective (a probably "I didn't do anything wrong" perspective at that). My kid will continue to come here until he's an adult.
Modesty Palmer, 5 months ago
We see Dr. Poplar and cannot say enough great things about him. Highly recommend him to anyone with a child with breathing issues. We have also seen many of the other members of this group while in the hospital and really enjoy all of them.
Stephanie Chumbley, 6 months ago
I have a medically fragile child and he has been with Georgia Pediatric Pulmonology since he was under a year old. His main medical challenge is respiratory problems and Dr. Lang has helped me manage my son's illness so well and we have reduced our hospital stays tremendously. The whole team of doctors have been great during hospital stays. Very professional and personable.
Mely Herrera, 1 year ago
Been going here about 6 years. Dr. Lang is awesome; very knowledgeable, helpful and caring.
Bianca, 1 year ago