Tattnall County

Tattnall County was created in 1801 from parts of Montgomery and Washington counties. Georgia's 26th county was named for Josiah Tattnall, the governor who signed the legislation creating the county.

The county has five incorporated communities, including Glennville, the most populous city in the county; Reidsville, the county seat; Collins; Cobbtown; and Manassas. Reidsville was named for Robert E. Reid, a Superior Court Judge.

Glennville hosts a Vidalia Onion Festival each year in honor of the county's significant production of the famous sweet onion.

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

Doctor's Hospital of Tattnall is the local hospital.

Tattnall County Health Dept.
Nurse Manager - Synita Mathis, ADN
Environmental Health - Lance Dasher
(Location 1)

200B S. Main Street
PO Box 426
Reidsville, GA 30453-0426
912-557-7850
FAX: 557-7854
                    Hours of operation:                       7:30am-5:30pm, Monday-Thursday
8am-5pm, Friday

Tattnall County Health Dept.
Nurse Manager - Synita Mathis, ADN
Environmental Health - Lance Dasher
(Location 2)

1000 N. Veterans Blvd.
PO Box 353
Glennville, GA 30427-9486
912-654-5290
FAX: 654-5293
                    Hours of operation:                       7:30am-5:30pm, Monday-Thursday
8am-5pm, Friday


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Waycross, GA 31501
P: 912-285-6002
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