Wayne County, Georgia's 28th county, was created in 1803 from Creek Indian land. The county bears the name of a flamboyant Pennsylvania commander in the Revolutionay War, General "Mad" Anthony Wayne. Until 1850, the county bragged that it had no jails and needed none.

Wayne County includes three incorporated municipalities: Jesup, Odum and Screven. The county seat was moved to Jesup in 1874. The current courthouse, built in 1803, is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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

Wayne Memorial is the the local hospital.

Wayne County Health Dept.
Nurse Manager - Stacie Drew, RN, BSN
Environmental Health - Craig Sims

240 Peachtree Street
Jesup, GA 31545-0212
912-427-2042
FAX: 427-5880
Hours of operation:
8am-5pm, Monday-Friday


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1101 Church Street
Waycross, GA 31501
P: 912-285-6002
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