The Coastal Health District of Georgia serves the counties of Bryan, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long & McIntosh

Glynn County Health Department

DPH Logo_Coastal_GlynnCounty_HDWelcome to the Glynn County Health Department, where our mission is to protect the health of people and their environment wherever in our county they live, work and play. We are committed to helping improve the health of all the citizens of Glynn County by providing a range of public health services including adult and childhood immunizations, STD testing and community outreach. The Glynn County Health Department also has a dedicated clinic to serve the needs of those living with HIV/AIDS in our county. Our STD tests include chlamydia testing, syphilis testing, gonorrhea testing and HIV testing. We also provide STD treatment. Our clinic provides pap smears and family planning including birth control and pregnancy testing. We are proud to be an integral part of the Glynn County community and strive every day to help our citizens live healthier.

Glynn County Board of Health Meetings
Glynn County Board of Health meetings are held at 8:30 a.m. at the Glynn County Health Dept. located at 2747 Fourth Street in Brunswick.

The following meetings have been scheduled for 2015:
March 13
June 12
September 11
December 11

Glynn County Health Clinics and Offices

Health Department
2747 4th Street
Brunswick, GA 31520
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Phone: (912) 264-3961
Fax: (912) 265-8837
Hours of Operation:
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CARE Center
2747 4th Street
Brunswick, GA 31520
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Phone: (912) 264-3236
Fax: (912) 264-0813
Hours of Operation:
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Free HIV testing is available
as a walk-in service.

Environmental Health Department
1725 Reynolds Street
Ste. 105
Brunswick, GA 31520
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Phone: (912) 279-2940
Fax: (912) 267-4879
Hours of operation:
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Glynn County Information

Upcoming Smoking Cessation Classes

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Wacky WIC Wednesdays Held at Glynn County Health Department

The Glynn County Health Department will hold Wacky WIC Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the last Wednesday of each month. On Wacky WIC Wednesdays WIC clients can walk in and receive services. No appointment is necessary. There will also be fun activities scheduled and prize giveaways on those days.

Women, Infants, and Children’s (WIC) is a supplemental nutrition program that provides nutritious foods, education, and improved healthcare access for low and moderate-income women and children who are at risk of developing nutrition related health problems. The federally-funded health and nutrition program is for infants and children age 1 to 5 years (including foster children); pregnant women; breastfeeding mothers (up to one year); and postpartum women (up to six months).


Car Seat Provided for Mother in Need

Glynn County Health Department staff stepped up to lend a helping hand. The health department was able to provide a child car safety seat new mother who had no means to purchase a seat for her baby. “We want to support our community and our residents in any way we can,” said Health Department Administrator, Karen Mikell, R.N.

Baby seat

Glynn County Health Department employee, Simone Edwards, provides a car seat to a mother and new baby in need.



Partners Come Together for Functional Medical Needs Exercise

The Glynn County Health Department, along with a host of community partners including the Glynn County Emergency Management Agency, recently came together to test the Functional Medical Needs Registry evacuation procedures.

The registry is made up of residents who may require transport and medical assistance during a hurricane evacuation and have no other resources such as family, friends, neighbors, or church members to help them if they need to evacuate. Residents must apply to be on the registry.

Those on the Registry will be evacuated to an American Red Cross shelter (not a hotel) that will likely be in a gymnasium or similar setting. The Registry is truly a last resort, but if a hurricane is threatening our area, it is important local Emergency Management Agency and health department officials know where the most vulnerable residents are located so that evacuation assistance can be provided to them.