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The Georgia Pediatric Program (GAPP) is a resource provided by the state of Georgia to young children with medical illnesses. GAPP is a community-based service facilitated through the Georgia Department of Community Health and is one of several offered waiver programs.

The Georgia Pediatric Program (GAPP) provides skilled nursing care and personal care support to medically fragile children under the age of 21 years who are Medicaid eligible. Members are not required to meet the same level of care as for admission to a hospital or skilled nursing facility. They only need to have medically necessary nursing and/or personal care support needs for services to be approved. 

GA Pediatric Program

GAPP Community Care

At Care4All Community Care in our Georgia Pediatric Practice (GAPP) Program, we treat every child and their family as an extension of our own. With your child’s medical needs and safety as our highest priority, we strive to build close relationships and trust, bring as much normalcy and peace of mind as possible, and help parents and siblings feel cared for and supported—just like any family would do in times of need.

We will match your child with skilled and compassionate clinicians who are just right for your entire family. A dedicated support team is available to our nurses, aids, and to you, so every question is answered, every request is responded to, and every fear is eased.

We understand there’s nothing more precious to parents than the health and well-being of their child, so we are humbled by the confidence and trust our families place in us.

 

At Care4All Community Care, we take pride in our conscientious approach to providing excellent care.

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Counties We Serve

Bartow, Barrow, Cherokee, Clarke, Clayton, Cobb, Dawson, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Hall, Henry, Jackson, Oconee, Pickens, Rockdale, Walton