White’s Pediatrics was founded in 1981 as Dalton Pediatric Medical Center by Dr. Jeffeory H. White. Due to expansion and growth over the years, Dalton Pediatric Medical Center has grown into White’s Pediatrics, with three separate facilities in Dalton, Chatsworth, and Calhoun. The Dalton facility also houses a Well Clinic for patients who need routine health checks, and an Urgent Care Clinic that provides emergency after-hours care.
Dr. White first implemented a paperless Electronic Medical Recordkeeping system called MedInformatix in his office in 1995. Today, White’s Pediatrics is proud to be one of only a handful of medical offices in the area to use such a sophisticated and state of the art computer system. At White’s Pediatrics, all patient records are stored and retrieved electronically.
Our staff of qualified, God-fearing, concerned individuals seeks to maintain a divine recognition of each person’s uniqueness by committing to provide superior, confidential health care in a timely, efficient manner, placing the care of the pediatric patient above our own personal gain.
We will value the importance of our patients and their families by promoting the optimum physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing of each through our commitment to excellence and continued personal growth.
We will achieve measurable value by providing our patients and their families with cost-effective team-based care that continuously improves patient experience, provider satisfaction, and population health.
We Promise To:
- Serve all patients
- Offer discounted fees for patients who qualify
- Not deny services based on a person’s race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion or sexual orientation
- Accept insurance, including Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
As the County seat of Gordon County, the City of Calhoun offers a safe and friendly small town atmosphere with award winning educational and athletic programs. Conveniently located just off Interstate 75, one hour north of Atlanta, Georgia and forty-five minutes south of Chattanooga, Tennessee, our unique community is perfect for a day trip, weekend get-away or to make your home.
While visiting Calhoun, be sure to take advantage of being centrally located to several State Historic Sites -The Resaca Battlefield, the site of an important battle during the Civil War; and, New Echota, the capitol of the Cherokee nation established in 1825. The museum and restored buildings help you understand the history and events that led to the “Trail of Tears”.
A National Main Street City, Calhoun also hosts many activities for its residents and visitors alike – from a free Summer Concert Series in the BB & T City Park and street festivals in the Spring and Fall to Fourth of July Fireworks and a Christmas Parade.