Parents can get their kids full health screenings for school at Cherokee County health clinics

The Cherokee County Health Department is hosting a back to school health clinic.

The health clinic will give parents a chance to get their kids ready for the upcoming school year by checking off the Georgia’s school health requirements.

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There will be screenings and immunizations for three upcoming Tuesdays in Canton and Woodstock starting July 19.

According to a press release from the county health department, the required Hearing, Dental, Vision and BMI/Nutrition screenings will be available for a total cost of $60.

“Get it all done safely, conveniently, and affordably at a one-stop spot,” said the press release.

Immunizations needed for school children will be provided for $21.90 each; for uninsured or underinsured.


The following insurance is accepted:

  • Medicaid (including Amerigroup CareSource, Peachstate and WellCare)

  • Peachcare for Kids



  • United Health Care

  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield

  • Ambetter


  • Coventry

The health department location in Canton is 1219 Univeter Road and the location in Woodstock is 7545 North Main Street. For more information, please call (770) 345-7371 in Canton or (770) 928-0133 in Woodstock.

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