Clinch Memorial Hospital
1050 Valdosta Highway
Homerville, GA 31634
Phone: (912) 487-5211
The County’s new 50,000-square-foot, Clinch Memorial Hospital, was opened in April of 2007 and provides life giving care to the residents of
Homerville and its surrounding counties. When you need health care, traveling away from family and friends should be the last thing on your mind.
Now, quality medical services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Clinch Memorial is equipped with an Acute Inpatient Unit, Long Term Care Unit, and Community Care Clinic. Extensive diagnostic services including
Diagnostic Imaging, CT Scanning, Echocardiography, Mammography, MRI, Ultrasound, and Sleep Studies, are available, as well as a state of the art
diagnostic laboratory. The facility also houses a fully functional pharmacy and an Occupational and Physical Therapy center.
Clinch Memorial Hospital was originally opened in 1957 as a 40 bed, rural community hospital. In 1997, South Georgia Medical Center entered into a
management agreement to provide an administrator and clinical and management consult services at Clinch. Today, the hospital maintains a loyal
following of community supporters who are excited to have this new facility in their community. Clinch Memorial Hospital is the 4th largest employer
Clinch County Behavioral and Developmental Service Center
551 Old Pearson Road
Homerville, Georgia 31634
Clinch County Behavioral and Developmental Service Center’s purpose is to meet the
sociological and psychological needs of children, adolescents, and adults who have
emotional, behavioral, or social problems. The center provides individual and group
counseling, family and activity therapy, community and school consultations, and
Clinch County Health Department
105 E Dame Ave
Homerville, GA 31634
Phone: (912) 487-5830
The Health Department provides many services which include immunizations, comprehensive health exams for children and teenagers; hearing, vision,
and scoliosis screening for children; WIC food supplements and nutritional information to low income pregnant women and new mothers; pregnancy
planning, prevention and pre-natal care services; medical care and surgery to income eligible children with special health problems through referral to
Children's Medical Services; breast and cervical cancer screening and follow up; hypertension monitoring; medications and nutritional services;
diabetes management; HIV / AIDS testing, counseling, and education; screening and treatment for sexually transmitted disease; tuberculosis testing and
screening; sickle cell screening; septic tank, well permitting, and water supply sampling; premarital blood testing; and rubella counseling.