Location & Hours

Our office is located at 2416 Capstone Court (off Double Churches Rd.) between Hamilton Station and Little League ball fields.

Our physical address is:

RiverTown Pediatrics

2416 Capstone Court
Columbus, GA 31909

Phone: (706) 327-1281



Our office is open:

Monday- Friday: 8:00a.m. -5:00p.m.

Our office is closed on the following holidays:

-New Years Day
-Memorial Day
-July 4th
-Labor Day
-Thanksgiving Day
-Friday after Thanksgiving
-Christmas Day

*We close at noon on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve.

Telephone Calls

If you have a life-threatening emergency with your child, please dial 911.

Office number: 706-327-1281
Insurance Department: 706-576-9712

Our office staff answers the telephone from 8:30am until 4:30pm, Monday - Friday.

Please make calls regarding your child's health during normal business hours. The nurse will return your call and determine if the child needs to be seen in the office and offer clinical advice as needed. Calls made after office hours will be answered by our answering service and forwarded to the nurse or physician on call. Prescriptions cannot be refilled after office hours.

Poison Control

If calling from Georgia:

1-800-282-5846 or 404-616-9000

If calling from Alabama:

1-800-292-6678 or 205-993-4050

This information is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you with poison emergencies. AND REMEMBER...Call the Poison Control Center first in a poison emergency. Do not wait until the child shows symptoms.



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2416 Capstone Court
Columbus, GA 31909

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