The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the leading national public health institute of the United States. The CDC is a federal agency under the Department of Health and Human Services and is headquartered in unincorporated DeKalb County, Georgia, a few miles northeast of the Atlanta city limits.
Real Customer Reviews
Rod G. posted on 10/27/2009
"The CDC website is the main site I have always used as a physician to get the latest news on outbreaks of diseases. In particular with the spread of the H1N1 flu, this site has a wealth of information. They have a page dedicated to the H1N1 status here;
and they also have release dates of the vaccine to various states so you can see when your state is going to get the next shipment of the vaccine. "
Lawrence C. posted on 2/17/2013
"What a great and interesting self-guided and directed exhibit on display. You tour at your own pace.
You go through a very secure check-in, for both your car and person. Exhibit takes about 60-90 minutes. Informative and entertaining."
Rick L. posted on 3/24/2014
"Love the CDC...have been there for business a handful of times. The tour is great, but much is locked down for good reason. I was relieved not to run into Rick and his crew. Instead I was able to pay a visit to another Atlanta institution, The Clermont Lounge...."
Loren B. posted on 7/16/2014
"Well this is where I work now. Woot woot for a new job! If you're a visitor, they will ask to inspect your car including opening the trunk and the hood. High security. The building is gorgeous and it has a beautiful campus. Plenty of parking."