ServGeorgia SERVGA integrates local, regional, and statewide volunteer programs to assist emergency response and public safety organizations during a disaster.
Volunteers of all skill levels and backgrounds are needed during an emergency response. Whether you are a licensed and certified health care provider, an administrative specialist, a retired professional, or just an individual that has an interest in helping their community in a disaster, we invite you to register in SERVGA.
related sites:- www.ready.ga.gov | www.gema.gov | www.fema.gov
The Georgia Health Facts describes major risk factors and their associated health outcomes to inform meaningful dialogue and actions for improving the health of Georgians. more

DHR Budget Reduction Proposal
Due to a continued decline in projected revenues advised in a memo dated August 1 from the Governor's Office of Planning & Budget, all state agencies are required to submit budget reduction plans of 6%, 8% and 10% for both amended FY2009 and FY2010.

Governor's 2008 Red Ribbon Campaign: Planning and Resource Guide!

Measles Alert
Between January 1, 2008 and April 25, 2008, sixty-four measles cases were reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This is the highest number reported for this time period since 2001. Click here to learn more about the outbreak and what Georgia health care providers need to do if they see a suspect measles case.

Inside the Georgia Division of Public Health

Individual / Family Emergency Preparedness: A disaster can affect or threaten the health of you and your family. Pandemic Influenza or a biological attack may force you to evacuate your home or confine you in it. To ensure the safety and well-being of you and your family, you should prepare now to take care of your own basic needs for at least the first 72 hours following a major disaster.

Oasis Update

Información y servicios disponible en español

Recent news reports have increased public awareness of
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections in the community and in schools. The Division of Public Health has developed information and educational tools for healthcare professionals, schools, patients and their families, and the public.
For details: http://health.state.ga.us/mrsa.

Georgia HIV Pregnancy Screening Act of 2007 (HB429)

A Woman's Right to Know (WRTK) - Annual Report 2006

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