The Georgia Emerging Infections Program (GA-EIP) is a collaborative project with Emory, CDC and other state health departments that conducts active surveillance and initiates research studies related to food-borne and invasive bacterial pathogens.
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Georgia Emerging Infections Program
This is an introductory summary describing the Georgia Emerging Infections Program.
The links below provide additional information about the GA-EIP and its partners.
Other EIP sites:
GEORGIA EIP: MSA VS. GOA
The GA-EIP's activities are divided into two geographical areas, MSA (Atlanta metropolitan statistical area) and GOA (Georgia outside Atlanta). Surveillance activities and staff vary according to area.
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To find EIP information that is applicable to you, look at the map above.
If your facility is located in the 20 shaded counties (MSA), please refer to the documents posted below:
If your facility is located outside of the shaded counties (GOA), then please refer to documents posted below: