Aldredge Health Center Now Closed -- New Fulton County Public Health Center Opening in May | Print |

Fulton's  Flagship Aldredge Health Center has Closed to Relocate to New Clinic at 10 Park Place South S.E

Fulton County’s flagship health center, located at 99 Jesse Hill, Jr. Drive, Atlanta 30303,  closed on  Friday April 21, 2017.   The 56-year-old Aldredge Health Center  was the oldest of the County’s eight health centers and had been slated for renovation under earlier plans.   However, County leaders worked with Grady Health Systems, which purchased the facility, and has renovated a new space for Aldredge services at 10 Park Place South, S.E., Atlanta, 30303.  The new name of the new home of Fulton County Health and Wellness is Fulton County Public Health at 10 Park Place.   It opens for business on May 8, 2017.

In keeping with the County’s Strategic Priority Area that “All People Are Healthy,” the move into Fulton County Public Health at 10 Park Place will provide clients with a more comfortable experience, featuring the latest in health technology.   Some services  have been  relocated to other health centers.   The Office of Vital Records, formerly at Aldredge, has already been relocated and is now open in the 141 Pryor Street Government Center building on the first floor. Clients are being notified of the changes in person and by media as well as informed of where they can receive services during the two-week closure.   Contact information for the new Fulton County Public  Health at 10 Park Place South, S,E. remains unchanged.   404-613-1205.