Michael Papciak, MD
Michael Papciak, MD, has cared for children, adolescents and young adults in North Atlanta for over 30 years. As the former chief of Pediatrics for Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital, there is not much Dr. Papciak hasn’t seen. Calm and confident, Dr. Papciak gently walks parents and patients through early development and illnesses, helping them develop a lifelong health plan.
“I am honored by the opportunity not just to heal, but also to educate and encourage our patients and their families.”–Dr. Papciak
“I see most of my patients well into their adulthood. They call me and stay in touch throughout their college years. They appreciate my frank advice and unique approach toward different stages of life,” Dr. Papciak notes.
Dr. Papciak and the team at LifeHope Pediatric Center offer everything from physical exams to patient education, nutrition and psychological services. Parents can easily book appointments online, and a small patient load ensures flexible appointment times and short-to-no wait times in office.
Dr. Papciak’s expertise, experience and specializations set him and LifeHope Pediatrics apart. By utilizing his wide range of skills and fostering trusting physician-patient relationships, Dr. Papciak leads his patients to the best outcomes possible.
Areas of Expertise – Specialty care for children and young adults, including autism spectrum and other medically complex conditions.
Credentials – Board certified by The American Board of Pediatrics and a Fellow of The American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Papciak is a past Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Emory University School of Medicine, was Chief of Pediatrics at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Scottish Rite Hospital and a former Medical Director of the Georgia Pediatric Program (GAPP).
11680 Great Oaks Way, Alpharetta