Safe Kids Fulton County
Safe Kids Fulton is a coalition led by Fulton County Board of Health. Our mission is to prevent accidental injury for children nineteen and under throughout Fulton County. We accomplish this through education, equipment, enforcement, and awareness.
Our Lead Agency
The Fulton County Board of Health services have evolved to include a vast array of programs that provide comprehensive health care for Fulton County citizens. They include both preventive care and treatment in the following areas: infectious diseases; women’s and children’s health, environmental health and other services which include health education, stroke and heart attack prevention programs and refugee screenings. With a workforce of more than 700 health care professionals and support staff, the Fulton County Board of Health is the largest county health department in the State of Georgia, covering a 535 square mile area encompassing approximately 88 percent of the City of Atlanta. Included in its population are richly diverse communities of color, ethnicity and class, and a significantly large uninsured population. The department has 8 health centers, some within the City of Atlanta and others in the surrounding areas of Fulton County. The health centers are easily accessible via public transportation and convenient to a vast majority of clients. Mobile units further increase client access to Board of Health services. The department provides services for more than 350,000 visits annually, an average of over 1500 visits per workday.
Angela Johnson, Safe Kids Fulton Coordinator
Fulton County Department of Health & Wellness
265 Boulevard NE, 4th Floor, Atlanta, GA 30312
Safe Kids Fulton County Photos
The latest photos can be found at our Flickr page.