Welcome to The SEED Center of Atlanta, Inc.

Proud to be a professional member of APFED

The SEED Center is temporarily closed and is not currently accepting new patients. For existing patients, please contact your physician directly for appointments, questions and concerns. We plan to re-open in a few months and apologize for any inconvenience.

Thank You to Our Wonderful Event Sponsors of our Fall Fundraiser 2014-

"An Evening to Shine"!

With your help, our fundraiser was a huge success!!



GI Care For Kids


Georgia Commerce Bank

Greg & Chelle Pope



Atlanta Allergy & Asthma Clinic


Ameriprise Financial

Marc & Sheryn Cohen

Gerald & Joan Jenkins

Nutricia Advanced Medical Nutrition



Stephen & Marlo Klorfein

Chris Scislowicz & Betsy Wallace


Omni Allergy



Georgia Commerce Bank

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Dawn Dinardo Photography

von Grey

"As a parent, the SEED Center gave me the assurance that my daughter will lead as close to a normal life as possible, and the confidence to know that a diagnosis of EOE isn’t the end of the world, and for me that is priceless!" 

                                                       -Parent of a SEED Center patient 


The SEED Center of Atlanta, Inc. Music Video with von Grey!

Click on the YouTube button in the video for full screen options.

We are so honored that von Grey wrote and performed the song, "Let Us Breed Hope" for our families, and that students from Johns Creek High School Broadcast Video/Production Program filmed and produced this wonderful video.  The Zone opened their doors to us and gave us an amazing place for our event!  It was a wonderful day of community support!  Thank you, von Grey, the Johns Creek High School Students, and The Zone!!  You are all truly exemplary role models and we are so grateful to have your support!

- Your SEED Center family


Welcome to The SouthEastEosinophilic Disease Center of Atlanta, Inc. Eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases constitute a variety of conditions associated with food and environmental allergies. The most common of these conditions is Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE), an increasingly common condition characterized clinically by symptoms of esophageal dysfunction and histologically by profound esophageal eosinophilia and inflammation.


One of the unique features of EoE is that it usually requires a variety of medical specialists, each providing an important role in effectively managing this disease. However, having multiple specialties involved can be quite challenging and consequently, families often find themselves overwhelmed when attempting to coordinate the appointments and opinions of a disconnected network of healthcare providers.


We understand this challenge.  The goal of the SEED Center is to smooth the path for patients and their families by providing a collaborative multidisciplinary patient-centered approach. The Center not only provides the coordination of clinical care, but also extended patient and family support services, transition to adult care, and research dedicated to further understanding this emerging condition. 


To enroll in the Center, go to the "SEED Center Patient Enrollment Forms" tab, download the forms and send them in.  
We look forward to welcoming you to The SEED Center family!