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There are several client healthcare facilities located in Georgia. They offer many services such as home health, physical therapy, wound care, emergency services, and others. Many healthcare facilities feature state-of-the-art technology and have been recognized for their excellence in care.

Community Overview

Georgia is located in the southeastern part of the United States. Its climate is characterized by short, mild winters and hot summers. Snowfall happens occasionally but is rare. An estimated 10,519,475 people live in Georgia making it the 8th most-populated state.

There’s a lot that makes Georgia special. Georgia’s nickname is the Peach State because the state’s peaches were well-known for being some of the best in the country.  It’s for this reason that the peach is the official Georgia fruit, and there’s nothing like biting into a fresh Georgia peach. Georgia’s motto is “Wisdom, Justice, Moderation” and it’s depicted on the state quarter with the state tree, the live oak spring.

The official state bird of Georgia is the Brown Thrasher, and received the honor in 1970. You can recognize a Brown Thrasher by its rown upper parts with white underpart dotted with dark streaks, and you’ll most likely find it in woodland areas of Georgia.

Georgia is a popular destination for TV and film projects which earned it the “Hollywood of the South.” The state has been the home of projects like Forrest Gump, Stranger Things, The Walking Dead, Ozark, Good Girls, and The Originals. The city of Atlanta has been the home of several Marvel productions like Spider-man: Homecoming, Black Panther, Captain America: Civil War, and Avengers: End Game. Productions occur in Atlanta, Georgia as well as smaller cities and towns such as Covington, Rome, and Crawfordville. You never know what Georgia will be starring in next.

Learn more about Georgia at the official state website.

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Great attractions for families are throughout the state. Georgia is one of the best places for families and has plenty to do all year.

Located west of Atlanta, Six Flags Over Georgia is one of the most popular amusement parks in the country and features a variety of Warner Brothers characters like DC Comics and Looney Tunes. Six Flags offers 11 roller coasters plus 30 other rides, shows, and attractions. Six Flags is also the home of the Hurricane Harbor waterpark, which offers a wavepool, multiple slides, and a children's area -- it's free admission with your ticket to Six Flags.

If you love sports, the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame is just the place to visit. Located in Macon, Georgia, it’s the largest state sports museum in the country. The museum spans 43,000 square feet and covers prep, college, amateur, and professional sports. Visiting it is quite an experience as the building is made to look like a turn-of-the-century ballpark and includes more than 14,000 square feet of exhibit space with artifacts, videos, interactive displays, and memorabilia. There’s also a 205-seat theater and a Hall of Fame Corridor that honors more than 400 sports figures.

Are you a big fan of Coca-Cola? The World of Coca-Cola is all about the famous soda brand and is located in Atlanta. At the museum, you can interact with various exhibits, taste more than 100 different versions of Coca-Cola, see how a real Coca-Cola bottling plant operates, and view displays of Coca-Cola from around the world.

Atlanta is also home to The Georgia Aquarium, an incredible collection of marine life and the largest aquarium in the world. More than 100 species live across its 7 major galleries, with notable exhibits including a whale shark, bottlenose dolphins, and California sea lions.  Experience the world underwater in an entertaining 4D movie with special effects, watch a dolphin show, and walk into a giant shark tunnel at this amazing aquarium.

One of the largest permanent collections of Western art is actually found in Georgia. Cartersville, Georgia is the home of the Booth Western Art Museum, a facility showcasing cowboys, early settlers, and Native Americans with art, sculptures, and photography. More than 30 million people have visited this exciting museum to see the permanent and rotating exhibits. For children ages 2-12, there’s Sagebrush Ranch, an interactive space made to look like a ranch.

Open year-round, Stone Mountain is 3,200 acres of natural beauty outside Atlanta. It features several family attractions plus seasonal offerings. The Summit Skyride is a high-speed cable car that goes more than 825 feet in the air as you soar to the top of  Stone Mountain. There’s also an interactive dinosaur-themed playspace with slides, trampolines, and over 65 games for children ages 5-12. Other attractions at Stone Mountain include mini-golf, a farmyard, the Stone Mountain museum, and a scenic railroad. November to February, the park adds Snow Mountain, a wonderland full of real snow, and snow fun for all ages.

Traveling through Georgia, you might spot numerous signs that advertise a place called “Rock City.” Located in Lookout Mountain, Georgia, Rock City sees nearly a half-million people from around the world each year. Rock City is a unique attraction, a natural wonder, and a park unlike anything you’ve ever seen. At the heart of Rock City is a 4,100-square-foot walking trail with all kinds of rock formations. When you’re on the trail, you have the chance to see 7 states in an amazing panoramic view, plus a number of beautiful flowers. Wander into the enchanting Fairyland Caverns to see scenes from the world’s favorite fairy tales along with Rock City’s gnomes in a cave. Inside Fairyland Gardens is a collection of Mother Goose nursery rhyme scenes. And for the daring, there’s a 180-foot-long bridge you can travel across for the perfect photo. Kid-friendly activities include rock climbing and gemstone mining.

The Okefenokee is the largest swamp in North America and is located in Folkston, Georgia. A wide range of activities awaits you at this amazing property nearly a half-million acres. There are historic sites to see, boat tours to take, and trails to travel. You can go fishing or rent a canoe from the refuge and paddle out to Billy’s Island, the second-largest island in the swamp. Plenty of wildlife can be seen throughout the refuge, and you’ll learn all about the Okefenokee at the on-site visitor center.

The oldest city in Georgia, Savannah offers coastal landscapes, exquisite architecture, and historic charm. Savannah sees more than 14 million visitors each year thanks to its 22 historic squares, oak-lined avenues, and captivating museums. The Telfair Museums are a collection of 3 museums in Savannah and collect more than 200 years of history, art, and heritage. Collections include 19th-century and 20th-century European and American art, but you’ll also learn about local history, discover the heritage of the area, and see work by contemporary artists. You also can’t overlook the taste of Savannah, as its restaurants offer some of the best food in the South. Grab a plate of shrimp and grits, have a fresh-baked biscuit or tuck into some fried green tomatoes.

Tybee Island is a popular coastal community outside Savannah and offers some of the best beaches in the United States. Get ready for warm, sandy beaches and gentle waves as you visit this little spot of paradise in Georgia. Tybee Island is fun year-round as it offers plenty to see and do. Spend the day on the beach, then wind down with a meal of fresh-caught seafood at one of the great restaurants. Catch a show at the Tybee Post Theater or stroll through some of the charming stores. See dolphins playing in the waves as you embark on a dolphin tour or play on the water in a jet ski. There’s an Island Marine Science Center for their year-round programs including walks, talks, and treks in on the beach or in the marsh.

Columbus, Georgia will give you a taste of what space is like at the Coca-Cola Space Science Center. The Center has the largest collection of NASA artifacts in the state, plus hosts a state-of-the-art planetarium. Learn about space exploration and astronaut training in this engrossing center with interactive exhibits that mimic real NASA tasks. The planetarium has a running schedule of several shows to make it entertaining every time you visit.

If you love the cuddly Cabbage Patch Kids, don’t miss the BabyLand General Hospital in Cleveland, Georgia. This is the official home of Cabbage Patch Kids, and lets you see how the Cabbage Patch Kids arrive in the world: they’re born in a special tree. You can witness doll doctors and nurses taking care of the little babies, and view various dolls set in cute arrangements. And, of course, there’s a gift shop.

Georgia has plenty of great places to have an adventure, and Pine Mountain, Georgia is one of the best places to enjoy the beautiful landscape of the state. Pine Mountain is a whole town bursting with attractions. There you’ll find FDR State Park, the largest state park in all of Georgia at over 9,000 acres. In addition to all of the usual activities like hiking, biking, and picnicking you can do here, there’s also horseback riding and a spring-fed swimming pool. Pine Mountain also has the Wild Animal Safari, a drive-through safari with hundreds of animals roaming freely, and the Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, home of more than 1,000 butterflies. Callaway Gardens is a splendid lush garden that also offers a swimming beach, while Butt Mills Farm has go-karts, mining, bumper boats, a car museum, and other attractions.

Valdosta is a popular place to get “wild” for all ages. It’s the home of Wild Adventures, a 166-acre theme park, water park, and animal park, and one of the most affordable family attractions in the country. There are more than 40 thrill rides in the park plus plenty of family-friendly rides that offer tons of fun. Wild Adventures includes a dino-centric area with 20 dinosaurs that really roar. The kid-friendly area Discovery Outpost spans 3 acres and has 6 children’s rides plus a 21-foot bridge over a gator pond. You can even get a chance to hold a real live gator. There are also more than 50 other animal species at the park, including animals from Africa, South America, and Asia. As for the waterpark, there’s plenty to do here with 15 attractions including wave pools, slides,  splash areas, and tube rides.

Dahlonega, Georgia was the site of one of the first gold finds in the country, and you can learn all about gold mining in the city. The Dahlonega Gold Museum is all about the city’s gold history with artifacts, information, and exhibits. You can also try your luck and try to pan for gold, mine for gemstones, or travel 200 feet underground for a 40-minute mine tour by an actual miner.

The Computer Museum of America is a look at how computers have changed our lives throughout the years. You’ll find it in Roswell, Georgia, and you’ll be astounded by just how much material it contains. Exhibits at the museum include animated documentary and multiple displays of Supercomputers, Apple products, miscellaneous, hardware, spacecraft, and other artifacts from their collection of over 250,000 items.

Well-known for its sports teams, Georgia is a sports fan’s paradise. There are several professional teams in nearly every category. These teams include the Atlanta Braves of Major League Baseball, the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League, the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association, the Atlanta Dream of the Women’s National Basketball Association, and Atlanta United FC of Major League Soccer. In addition to having numerous collegiate teams like the University of Georgia Bulldogs, Georgia is also known as the home of the Masters, the most famous professional golf event.

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Georgia is safe for families. In a list of the safest cities in the United States, 6 of the top 500 safest cities are in Georgia. Its cities overall rank highly on safety. Like any other location in the world, the state of Georgia might have incidents, but FBI statistics show that Georgia has seen a downturn in crime with some forms of crime lower than the national average.

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