Information for Health Professionals
The Public Health Liaison Program
The Public Health Liaison program works with community medical providers to enhance the awareness of disease reporting, promote the use of Public Health resources, and serve as a link between Public Health and Health Care professionals and providers. For more information or materials contact our office at :
Brunswick Office (912) 262-2300
Savannah Office (912) 644-5200
Physician's Guide to Chatham County's Public Health Programs for Children: Physicians Guide
Health Alerts for Care Providers
Our epidemiology department tracks the spread of disease. Check here for regularly updated information about the issues we are seeing in Coastal Georgia.
Pandemic Influenza Facts
SendSS is an Electronic Reporting system for Notifiable Diseases. All Georgia physicians, laboratories and other health care providers are required to report patients diagnosed with one of the state's notifiable diseases. Both lab-confirmed AND clinical diagnoses are reportable by law.
SENDSS is a much quicker alternative to Form 3095 Notifiable Disease Report Form.
To get started click https://sendss.state.ga.us/sendss/login.screen for a registration form. For more information or assistance, call our office at (912) 262-2300.
Llinks, fact sheets, posters, etc.
MRSA Information for Doctors
MRSA Prevention Poster
Salmonellosis Q and A
West Nile Virus
The latest country and region-specific data on HIV/AIDS,
tuberculosis, malaria and other key health indicators. www.GlobalHealthFacts.org
Additional notifiable diseases posters, links and fact sheets are available at : http://health.state.ga.us/epi/disease/report.asp
For more information about the Coastal Health District's Epidemiology team, visit our page on Epidemiology.