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Georgia: Community Corner: Dr. Ann Levett explains new mobile health care initiative

This week, SCCPSS kicked off its partnership with Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care. It’s a new school based initiative that will bring more affordable healthcare services to Savannah Chatham County public schools.  

Georgia: Savannah-Chatham schools begin new mobile healthcare initiative to offer help to families in need

A new school based initiative will bring more affordable healthcare services to Savannah Chatham County Public Schools. It’s a new partnership with the Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care Providers that will provide a mobile healthcare unit that will visit area schools at designated times. The hope is that this will help make primary healthcare more accessible and affordable for families in need.

 GASBHA Newsletter – Volume 1 (Dec. 2017)

Cook County Family Connections February 2017 newsletter

School-Based Health Center Opens in Dawson

Readin’, writin’ and checkups: More schools to add health clinics

School-Based Health Centers: Key Concepts & Status in Georgia

New SBHC at Gilbert Elementary School in Lafayette, GA (Walker County)

Dr. Veda Johnson- 2010 Big Voice Honoree Press Releases/Current News

School-Based Health Alliance 2015 Leadership Series: Dr. Veda Johnson

Evaluating School-Based Health Centers (Emory Public Health Magazine, Spring 2015) 

Affordable Health Care Coming to a Clinic – or School – Near You.

PHC Tiger Creek School-Based Clinic Now Open Year-Round


2018 Georgia School-Based Health Alliance Conference

May 11, 2018 (8:15 am- 3:00 pm)

Location: Albert Steiner Building Auditorium
68 Armstrong Street, Atlanta, GA 30303

GASBHA Conference Registration Flyer
( “Seats are limited. Please register by May 1, 2018. You must register to attend.”)


2018 National School-Based Health Alliance Convention

June 24-27, 2018

Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

(Registration is Open NOW!)