Duluth Children's Medicine is built on the relationships we build with the families we serve. We have developed the patient page to provide the necessary forms for new patients, and education links that all families should have.

Fequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

Are new patients accepted?
Yes! We welcome new patients. You are advised to read and complete the following forms and provide them during your visit: Patient Information Profile, Financial Policy, Patient Consent for Use and Disclosure of Protected Health Information (PHI), Prescription Refill Policy.

Do you accept walk-ins?
No, currently due to the unprecedented Covid pandemic, we do not accept walk-in patients.

Which hospitals are you affiliated with?
Dr. Lin is affiliated with Gwinnett Medical Center and Children’s Health Care of Atlanta.

If I choose to use Duluth Children's Medicine as my baby’s pediatrician prior to delivery, what do I need to do?
You will inform you hospital nursery that you have chosen Duluth Children’s Medicine / Dr. James Lin as your baby’s pediatrician.

Is the physician board certified?
Yes, Dr. Lin is a board certified physician and current with the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program.

Do you accept cash payments?
Yes, cash payments are accepted. If you are a self-pay patient, we may negotiate a discounted fee.

What are your office hours?
Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm with lunch time hours of 12:30pm – 1:30pm, Saturday by appointment only, closed on Sundays.

How can I get my prescriptions refilled?
Depending on the Rx, you can have the pharmacy fax over refill request. You can also call us at 678-878-2808 to request for a refill.

Can I contact you after office hours?
Yes. There is a phone number to contact Dr. Lin if you have urgent concerns that cannot wait until the office is open.

Do you assist with referrals?
Yes, we will assist you in obtaining referrals and appointments when necessary.

Do you have a parking area?
Yes, we have free parking in front of and adjacent to our office.

Can my child be seen without a parent/guardian being present?
If the child is sick and is accompanied by another adult with a written permission from either parent/guardian, the child will be seen. For a well checkup, a parent or legal guardian must be present (to provide a complete and detailed history, and to consent for any immunizations or tests performed).