Georgia Division of Public Health

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Two Peachtree Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30303-3186
404-657-2700 (Voice)
404-657-2900 (Voice)
404-657-2715 (FAX)


The Georgia Division of Public Health is responsible for the administration and delivery of extensive health care services and public health functions. The Division's services include child health, dental health, family services, immunizations, maternal and infant care, the WIC program (nutrition services for women, infant and children), sewage/water/institutional inspections, food service inspections, sexually transmitted disease control, AIDS prevention and surveillance, TB control, stroke and heart attack prevention programs, diabetes program, older adult and rehabilitation programs. Children's medical services, nutrition, pharmaceutical services, occupational health and injury control, laboratory services, emergency health, the primary health care system, environmental and infectious disease epidemiological surveillance (including rabies and refugee programs); and vital records and health statistics are also part of the department's function.

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Thursday, Aug 20, 2015