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Volunteer To Help In The Fight Against COVID-19

Released January 15, 2021 10:32 AM
Would you like to assist with the COVID-19 vaccine rollout or other aspects of the fight against COVID-19?

The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is receiving offers from medical professionals and other individuals looking for ways to help with the COVID-19 response. An effective response relies on volunteers who are pre-credentialed and organized. Georgia Responds is Georgia’s health and medical volunteer program which matches the skills and credentials of medical and nonmedical volunteers to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in Georgia.

Medical volunteers may be used to answer medical questions coming into the COVID-19 hotline, assist at test specimen collection sites, etc. Nonmedical volunteers may be used in administrative roles at either the call-center or test collection sites, or provide interpretation or other skills as needed.

To volunteer, log on to https://dph.georgia.gov/georgia-responds and click on the “Register Now” box. Registering only takes a few minutes. Prospective volunteers will be asked for their name, address, contact information and occupation type. In order to be eligible for some assignments, responders are encouraged to complete a profile summary, which includes skills and certifications, training, medical history, emergency contact and deployment preferences.

Once your skills and credentials are reviewed, you will be notified by a DPH representative.

NOTE:  This volunteer effort is a program of the Georgia Department of Public Health, not the City of Alpharetta.  The City does not have additional information about the program and is unable to answer questions about it.

For additional information, please contact:
LaKieva Williams
Volunteer Program Director
Office: 404-232-7821
Mobile: 404-736-8163