Georgia - Southern

Olakesta Outlaw
Tel: (229) 401-3090
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Get off the highway and into the countryside, where the land spreads out and the roads roll into small towns, each of which offers its own unique charms and intriguing history. You'll discover an outdoor paradise, where the lakes teem with fish, the woodlands are alive with wildlife and the rivers flow steadily across the landscape.

The region has a strong tie with our nation's presidential past. Franklin Delano Roosevelt owned a cottage in Warm Springs, which he would visit to bathe in the springs-seeking relief from the pain of polio. The region's favorite son, Jimmy Carter, announced his bid for the presidency from his hometown in Plains. The area's early plantation society, and its Civil War heritage, can still be seen in its many museums and monuments.

The Southern region combines massive gardens, outdoor adventures, luxurious elegance, and simple pleasures. The past is brought to life through museums and historic sites such as the Andersonville National Cemetery, while the future is seen at the Space Science Center. Its many facets make Georgia's Southern region one of the most attractive parts of the state.

Georgia participates in the Conrad State 30 J-1 Visa Waiver Program for primary care and specialty physicians. Visit the Georgia PCO website at http://dch.georgia.gov/PCO for more information.

J1 Contact Information

Beth Walker
Georgia Primary Care Office
State Office of Rural Health
502 South Seventh Street
Cordele, Georgia 31015-1443
Phone: (229) 276-2750
beth.walker@dch.ga.gov

Olakesta Outlaw
Georgia Primary Care Office
State Office of Rural Health
502 South Seventh Street
Cordele, Georgia 31015
Phone: (229) 401-3090
Fax: (229) 401-3077
olakesta.outlaw@dch.ga.gov

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