- by Liz B. on 01/25/2015
Dr.kanter did my heart surgery at 3 months in 1989 for an ap window.i am alive and healthy with a small scar, he recently came in and met my 5 month old whom he will be doing surgery on for a vsd on Tuesday. They're the best and have the sweetest nurses. If it weren't for him, id be dead, thank you dr.k, my family and I will be forever grateful for you. Thank you doctor and choa. You guys are the best
- by relocationneeded on 02/09/2013
The Recruiters here are very arrogant and nonchalant. They will reach out to you and make you feel as though you're qualified and they love your resume. However, when you reach back out to them, they completely ignore you. I really wish their were other childrens hospital because unless your friends with HR or buddies with the right people, you will not get hired here.
- by arielmitchell27 on 03/06/2010
Children's Healthcare saved my life in 2002. While the initial emergency room visit was NOT helpful, and my illness could have been prevented, once I was place in the main hospital the care I was given was exceptional. I had a series of specialists working on me to figure out what exactly was going on, and eventually the figured it out. God honestly saved my life, but used to doctors at Children's Healthcare to do exactly that. I was 12 years old and had bacterial meningitis as well as encephalitis. However, the only symptom I had was an excruciating headache. (which is why the emergency room sent me home multiple times) Once I was placed in the hospital and the infection took over and caused a stroke and a seizure, and was in the ICU for 6 days was when the doctors found the bacteria. My parents could have sued and gotten a lot out of the situation, but they were so greatful for what the doctors did for me, they had an extensive meeting and now the emergency room tests for meningitis WITHOUT all the regular symptoms. Also, they changed the "normal" white blood count in order to catch bacteria early on. Childrens Healthcare has wonderful nurses and doctors and strive to do everything they can to improve and better help the children in the Atlanta area. Thank you Scottish Rite!!
- by jjodie77 on 12/02/2008