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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.
Health Promotion Services
The Southeast Health District (SEHD) Office of Health Promotion provides population based health information, education and interventions.
The Office of Infectious Disease monitors and responds
to incidents of HIV, STDs, influenza, tuberculosis, etc.
Early Hearing Detection & Intervention
Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) ensures babies are screened for hearing loss in a timely manner.
Certified birth certificates and death certificates are available in three county health departments within the Southeast Health District; Bulloch County, Coffee County and Ware County.
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.
Children First Services
Children 1st is the single point of entry to a statewide collaborative system of public health and other prevention based programs and services.
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.
Vaccines and Immunizations
Not sure what immunizations you or a loved one may need?
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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News & Events
Apr 27, 2021
See if you or your family members meet the requirements to receive a vaccination at home.
Apr 23, 2021
Following a thorough safety review, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the CDC and ACIP have determined that the recommended pause regarding the use of the J&J COVID vaccine in the U.S. should be lifted.
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