Dr. Douglas Nesbit

Dr. Douglas Nesbit a Board Certified pediatrician, grew up in Augusta. He graduated from Wake Forest University and returned to Augusta to attend the Medical College of Georgia, remaining for his pediatrics residency and eventually becoming Chief Pediatric Resident at the MCG Children’s Medical Center – a facility he continues to support both professionally and personally.

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Dr. Tiffany Forrester

Dr. Tiffany Forrester attended medical school at Eastern Virginia Medical School, where she also completed her residency, while training at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters. Her medical interests include establishing healthy habits like breast feeding support, good nutrition, exercise, and sleep hygiene. Originally from Florida, she also enjoys gardening, exercising, cooking, watching and playing sports, and

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Vaccinations/Screenings

  Age Vaccinations Screening Birth Hep B Newborn Screen 2 Months Hep B, RV, DTaP, Hib, PCV, IPV 4 Months RV, DTaP, Hib, PCV, IPV 6 Months Hep B, RV, DTaP, Hib, PCV, IPV 9 Months 12 – 15 Months Hep B, Hib, PCV, IPV, MMR, Varicella, Hep A Anemia & Lead Screening 15 –

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Your First Appointment

On your first visit with us, please make sure you arrive 20 minutes before your scheduled appointment time so that we can verify your insurance and have you complete necessary paperwork. It will save time if you download the new patient forms and complete them in full prior to the appointment. It is important to bring

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Are You Expecting?

Congratulations on your upcoming arrival. Your life is about to change in so many wonderful ways. You’re probably spent the past few months preparing, stocking up on diapers and outfits, reading books on baby care and perhaps furnishing that new nursery. But have you thought about a pediatrician? During those first formative months, it’s important

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Medical Records

Medical records requests are not considered to be an emergency and should be requested during routine office appoints or by calling our office during regular business hours. You will need to sign a release form. We strive to send out medical records within 48 hours of receipt of request.

Medical Records

Medical records requests are not considered to be an emergency and should be requested during routine office appointments or by calling our office during regular business hours. You will need to sign a release form. We strive to send out medical records within 48 hours of receipt of request.