Southeast Health District

Our mission is to promote and protect the health of people in Southeast Georgia, wherever they live, work and play, uniting with individuals, families and communities to improve and enhance their quality of life.

  • Infectious Disease

    Infectious Disease

    The Office of Infectious Disease monitors and responds
    to incidents of HIV, STDs, influenza, tuberculosis, etc.

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  • Perinatal Health

    Perinatal Health

    Perinatal services are offered to pregnant females that supports, enhances, and coordinates the health and other services recommended for mothers and babies.

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  • Women’s Health – Family Planning

    Women’s Health – Family Planning

    The Family Planning Program provides comprehensive services to improve the health of families and to address the health needs of women.

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  • Emergency Preparedness

    Emergency Preparedness

    Emergency Preparedness involves making sure you, your family, and your community are prepared to deal with a disaster – whether it is natural or man-made, accidental or intentional.

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  • Environmental Health

    Environmental Health

    Each county health department has at least one environmental health specialist.

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  • Early Hearing Detection & Intervention

    Early Hearing Detection & Intervention

    Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) ensures babies are screened for hearing loss in a timely manner.

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  • WIC & Nutrition

    WIC & Nutrition

    All WIC services are 100% FREE.

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  • WIC & Nutrition

    WIC & Nutrition

    All WIC services are 100% FREE.

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  • Children’s Medical Services

    Children’s Medical Services

    Children’s Medical Services (CMS) is a public health program striving to provide a community-based comprehensive system of medical/health care for children birth to age 21 with chronic medical conditions.

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  • Babies Can’t Wait

    Babies Can’t Wait

    Babies Can’t Wait (BCW) is a statewide service delivery system for infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities and their families.

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News & Events

Safe and Healthy Summer Fun!

Jun 6, 2019

Memorial Day marked the unofficial start of summer! The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) wants it to be a safe and healthy summer for all Georgians and visitors to the state.


National Hurricane Preparedness Week

May 6, 2019

National Hurricane Preparedness Week is May 5-11, 2019.


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Checkups for Kids

The Health Check program ensures that children enrolled in Medicaid or PeachCare® for Kids receive regular well-child checkups. Check with your local Health Department for availability.

Know Your Status

Know your status – do it for yourself and for your partner. Sexually transmitted disease (STD) testing is available at all health departments and wellness centers within the Southeast Health District.

Prepare Now

Emergency Preparedness involves making sure you, your family and your community are prepared to deal with a disaster – whether it is natural or man-made, accidental or intentional. Preparation and response are critical.