West Vinings Pediatric Group opened its doors in late December 2013. We are a small, private practice that strives to not only deliver excellent health care, but also to treat every child and family with the attention and respect they deserve. Our patients and their families are special and we want for them to feel that way.
Of course, providing our patients with excellent, up-to-date medical care is our highest priority. Our providers are committed to lifelong learning and are continually pursuing ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest in child health care. They closely follow the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics and are also affiliate members of the professional staff of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
But, we also believe that coming to the doctor’s office should be a pleasant experience. Our office is attractive, modern, and comfortable. And, our staff is friendly and warm. We think that you will enjoy the West Vinings experience!
At West Vinings Pediatric Group, we consider it both a great joy and responsibility to care for children. We take that responsibility very seriously. We understand that you have a choice of pediatricians in the greater Atlanta area, and we are honored that you would consider choosing us as your child’s primary medical provider. We are confident that you will be pleased with the quality of care and service that we can provide you and your family.
Crystal White, M.D., F.A.A.P.
- Board certified since 2001
- Fellow of American Academy of Pediatrics
- Received B.S. in Biology from Spelman College, Atlanta, Georgia
- Received M.D. from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Ohio
- Completed residency training in pediatrics at Tulane School of Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana
- Hometown: Albany, Georgia
Dr. White has practiced general pediatrics in the Atlanta area since 2001 and worked for a large, multispecialty group in the Smyrna area from 2003 to 2012. She is very interested in preventive health and in overall wellness including mental and emotional health. She strives to empower parents and kids with the information they need to be healthy.
Dr. White describes herself as an “amateur foodie.” She enjoys sampling great restaurants and cooking (and is running out of space for all of the cookbooks and cooking magazines). She is also a lover of the arts, especially music and dance, and enjoys attending the symphony and the ballet.
Tiffany Watts, M.D., M.P.H, F.A.A.P.
- Board Certified since 2014
- Fellow of American Academy of Pediatrics
- Received B.S. degree from Spelman College
- Received M.D. from University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio School of Medicine
- Completed residency training in Pediatrics from Advocate Children’s Hospital , Park Ridge, IL
- Hometown: San Antonio, Texas
Dr. Watts comes to us after 6 years of experience working at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta in their Emergency Department. During that time, she also served as Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Emory in the Department of Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Dr. Watts enjoys caring for kids of all ages but she is especially fond of caring for teenagers. She is also enthusiastic about educating parents and patients about their health.
Dr. Watts is the mom of an active 4 year old. Her post-COVID hobbies are going to the park with her son and her dog, gardening and becoming a Netflix connoisseur.
Nguyet Tyler, DNP, CPNP
- Board Certified since 2017
- Received B.S. in Nursing in 2012 from Kennesaw State University
- Received Doctorate in Nursing in 2017 from Augusta University with a concentration in Primary Care Pediatrics
- Completed Doctoral research to improve Patient-Provider Communication in a hospital setting
- Worked as a Pediatric Nurse at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston in the Neurology/NeuroSurgical and General Pediatrics unit for 5 years before becoming a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Nguyet (pronounced like “Wit”) worked as a nurse practitioner at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Urgent Care for 3 years before joining our practice. She is very passionate about empowering patients and parents with appropriate education and resources to help keep them healthy mentally, emotionally, and physically. She is looking forward to this transition into primary care and to establishing long term relationships with patients and families.
Nguyet’s hobbies include cooking, crafting, and DIY woodworking and furniture projects with her husband. She is mother to a rambunctious toddler who keeps her busy and her family entertained.