- District Office : 770.339.4260
- Buford Center : 770.614.2401
- Lawrenceville Center : 770.339.4283
- Norcross Center : 770.638.5700
- Lilburn WIC : 678.924.1546
- Newton Center : 770.786.9086
- Rockdale Center : 770.785.4345
- Preventive Health : 678.442.6880
- CMS : 770.339.4270
- Gwinnett Environmental : 770.963.5132
- Newton Environmental : 770.784.2121
- Rockdale Environmental : 770.278.7340
Whatever Your Needs…
Gwinnett, Newton and Rockdale County Health Departments cover a wide variety of services that support a healthier, safer and more vibrant community. The Health Department is an affordable and convenient alternative to meet your family’s healthcare needs.
Our clinics in Gwinnett, Newton, and Rockdale offer services to meet your health care needs. Our clinics provide services that may include Travel Vaccines and Information, Immunization Clinics, Women’s Health, Family Planning and Child Health Clinics, DNA testing, Drug testing, and lab testing. Also offered at our clinics are the Women Infant and Children Food Program, Children’s Dental Clinics and Infectious disease and testing such as TB and Sexually Transmitted Infections. Please check the location and hours of operation located on this website.
Environmental Health Services
Environmental Health is the regulatory arm of Public Health. Its responsibilities involve enforcing Federal, State, and Local regulations. Their most visible roles involve inspecting restaurants, public swimming pools, hotels and motels, tattoo and body art studios, and septic system development.
Maternal, Child & Adolescent Health Services
We specialize in programs for women and children. Our clinics offer women’s health and family planning services for women throughout the life cycle. We offer immunizations, health checks, and hearing, vision and dental screening for school entry The Children First Program is the point of entry for, Babies Can’t Wait and CMS services and referrals for our counties. Please refer to specific services for women, children and adolescents located throughout this website.
The Epidemiology and Community Health Division provides infectious and chronic disease investigation, management, education, and prevention services for the county population. Epidemiology staff perform routine surveillance for over 70 notifiable diseases and provide key disease prevention and mitigation activities protecting the health of community. Notifiable Disease Epidemiology, Tuberculosis Control, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Hepatitis Control, Ryan White, and Refugee Health are the key programmatic areas in the Epidemiology Division. In addition to these program areas, Epidemiology staff: investigate reports of non-reportable diseases such as Norovirus, Head lice, and community acquired MRSA, complete data requests from community partners and the general population, provide infection control guidance and trainings, and collaborate with the county school system to control the spread of infectious diseases in the school population.
The Emergency Preparedness department plans for and responds to various forms of disasters that affect the community’s health. The emergency may be a natural disaster (e.g. flood), a man-made accident (e.g. train wreck involving a chemical spill), a disease epidemic or pandemic, or an intentional act of terrorism involving chemical, biological, or radiological, devices. EP staff work closely with local, state and federal partners such as the CDC, FEMA, GEMA, State Department of Public Health, local EMAs, fire, EMS, police, hospitals, and volunteer groups such as the Medical Reserve Corps to assess community vulnerabilities and to respond accordingly. Activities include participation in exercises that simulate potential events to practice our response to them, working with hospitals to develop contingency plans for mass casualty patient surge situations, mass vaccination operations (e.g. H1N1), emergency shelter operations, community education, and more.