Chartlon County Health DepartmentCharlton County was created in 1854 from a portion of Camden County. Georgia's 110th county was named for Robert M. Charlton of Savannah, a U.S. senator and one of Georgia's foremost jurists.
The county has three municipalities, Folkston, Homeland and St. George. Folkston is the county seat and was named for a prominent family in the area.

Charlton County contains a large part of the Stephen C. Foster State Park and the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge and Wilderness Area, which attracts 350,000 visitors annually. The Okefenokee (Seminole for "Land of Quaking Earth") Swamp is roughly 20 by 40 miles in size and takes up one-third of the county's land. The impenetrable wilderness served as a sanctuary for the Seminoles and escaped slaves.

For health information on the county, visit http://health.state.ga.us/healthdata/index.asp.

Charlton Memorial Hospital is the local hospital.

Charlton County Health Dept.
Nurse Manager - Brenda Drury, ADN
Environmental Health - Jacob Oakley

2587 Third Street
PO Box 605
Folkston, GA 31537-1303
912-496-2561
FAX: 496-2623
Hours of operation:
7:30am-5:30pm, Monday-Thursday
8am-5pm, Friday


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