Originally published Aug. 15, 2011
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Originally published April 9, 2012
Public health restaurant inspections play a vital role in protecting diners from foodborne illness. But for those programs to work properly, they need to be reliable, consistent and responsive.
If you ever meet Leo Gehrtz, you will hear stories that show his deep love for his wife, family, God and country. And if you see his artwork, you will find he has another deep love: painting scenes of the north Georgia area and its history.
Originally published Aug. 29, 2011
Governor Nathan Deal has appointed all nine members of the first Georgia Board of Public Health. PHWEEK is pleased to introduce them to all of you and the entire DPH family!
Originally published July 30, 2012
Originally published Aug. 22, 2011
Still shopping? Maybe you’re struggling to find a gift for the person who has everything or looking to start a new holiday tradition with a friend or loved one.
In August, Georgia state Sen. Renee Unterman was named Legislator of the Year by the National Association of Local Boards of Health (NALBOH).
By the year 2025, nearly 160,000 Georgians will be living with some form of dementia, according to statewide projections. Those numbers have prompted concern among Georgia officials about the state’s readiness to provide appropriate care.