Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta recently partnered with Tiny Doors ATL to bring a third tiny door to the pediatric healthcare system’s campuses. Following the installation of tiny doors at the Children’s Egleston and Hughes Spalding campuses, the nonprofit painted one at the Scottish Rite campus in Sandy Springs. Created by artist Karen Anderson Singer, it’s located at the campus’ koi pond and includes an American with Disabilities Act-compliant wheelchair ramp. The door is for patients, their families and staff only.

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