A team of public health nurses convened at the State Capitol last month to raise their voices at a hearing hosted by Georgia’s Human Development and Public Health Sub-Committee led by Senator Renee Unterman.
The University of Phoenix recently announced the selection of Michael “Mac” Coker as the 2014 University of Phoenix Atlanta Campus Faculty of the Year award recipient. Coker, a Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) HIV nurse consultant of eight ye
The March of Dimes is now accepting nominations for the Georgia March of Dimes 2014 Nurse of the Year Awards. Nurses who have demonstrated excellence and leadership may be nominated in 16 diverse categories of nursing.
During National Nurses Week, the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) recognized more than 1,300 public health nurses in Georgia for the vital role they play in keeping Georgia healthy.
Do you know an excellent public health nurse? Would you like to honor someone dedicated to providing the highest quality health care for Georgians? Nominate these special health care providers for a Nursing Excellence Award.
The United Way of Greater Atlanta has pledged to support a program that will get parents talking – literally.
Originally printed Aug. 29, 2011
Originally published May 20, 2013
Public health has changed the way Sandee Simmons approaches her patients as a registered nurse.