Location Profile

Homerville, Georgia

Facility Type
Critical Access Hospital
Facility Location
Homerville, Georgia
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Homerville, Georgia. As an award-winning facility with more than 20 years of service to the area, the provider offers critically-needed healthcare to residents and visitors. Facility services include pulmonary therapy, radiology, diagnostics, physical therapy, and various skilled nursing offerings.

Community Overview

Known for its honey production, Homerville is a small city located in southeastern Georgia. It offers one of the lowest costs of living in the state and is the 290th most diverse place to live in Georgia. Georgia is growing in diversity with people from around the world, and the area is a good example of it especially as Waycross, Georgia, just 35 minutes away, is ranked among Niche.com’s ranking of Georgia’s top 200 most diverse cities. Homerville is a quiet city of around 2,500 people. It’s nicknamed a “honey of a place to live” because of the several honey-producing shops here. Named one of Coastal GA's "Five Great Small Cities," Homerville is conveniently located in the state with several good cities within a quick drive. City leaders have consistently invested in Homerville with several improvements to its downtown, amenities, and public departments.

Learn more about Homerville at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


The public school district in the area is the Clinch County School District. It features 1 elementary school/middle school and 1 high school. The student-teacher ratio is 16 to 1 in the district which is lower than the national average. There’s a graduation rate of nearly 90% in the district and the high school has been recognized for its excellence by U.S. News and World Report’s Best U.S. High Schools. Homerville, Georgia doesn’t have any private schools, however, there may be some located outside the city.

Click here to read more about Homerville's public schools.
Click here to read about private schools in Waycross.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

The shopping of Homerville includes local stores for gifts, antiques, and assorted merchandise. There are also discount stores like Family Dollar and Dollar General. Nearby Waycross, Georgia, just 35 minutes away, has JCPenney, Walmart, T.J, Maxx, and Ross Dress for Less. Grocery shopping for the area is available Piggly Wiggly, Kroger, and Harveys Supermarket.

One of the fun things to do in the area is to travel the Honey Trail, a collection of places that offer fresh-sourced honey straight from the hive. Homerville is home to several stops on the trail, and there are others right outside the city.  It’s also a short drive to the renowned Okefenokee Swamp and the World-Famous Suwannee River. The swamp offers trails to explore, boat rides to take, animal encounters, and plenty of wildlife to spot. There’s also a pioneer homestead and a railroad tour to enjoy. The nature center and serpentarium is the perfect place to learn about the animals who call the swamp home, and even hold a few species. Waycross, Georgia, just 35 minutes away is the home of Southern Forest World, a museum about the history of forestry in Georgia. The museum includes a variety of exhibits, an indoor tree, an outdoor play area, and a display about space travel.

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Crime Rate

Homerville is safe for families and crime has decreased by 33% over the last year. There are 11 officers on the Homerville police force that help ensure the safety of the city.

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