CDC Is Preparing The Public For Nuclear Disaster

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    CDC, Center For Disease Control and Prevention-Tom Harkin Global Communication Center on organization's Roybal Campus in Atlanta, GA (photo attribution: James Gathany, presented at Captured by James Gathany, Centers for Disease Control's biomedical photographer, this 2006 image depicted the exterior of the new "Tom Harkin Global Communications Center", otherwise known as Building 19, located on the organization's Roybal Campus in Atlanta, Georgia. The facility houses the CDC's Information Center/Library, auditoria and meeting halls, which are used to accommodate in-house staff meetings, and national/international conferences hosted by the CDC, and the National Center for Health Marketing's, Division of Creative Services, which includes a full service television broadcast facility. The exhibit area currently features the "Global Symphony", the first of several permanently installed exhibitions, and changing exhibitions that focus on a variety of public health topics. The exhibits in the Center are self-guided, and require no advance reservations. Additional curriculum-based exhibits and programming will be added in the future.

    Tom Harkin Global Communications Center Exhibit Area Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    - 1600 Clifton Road, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30333

    - Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm, except for federal holidays Admission is free

    - Government-issue photo ID is required for entry. Please note that CDC is a working federal facility and as such does not provide public tours of its campus and laboratories.

    - For more information please call 404-639-0830.

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    Exterior view of CDC's Roybal campus in Atlanta, GA (photo attribution: James Gathany, presented at This photograph depicted an exterior view of Building 21, located at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, headquarters, also referred to as the Roybal Campus. Situated in Atlanta, Georgia, this view was from the campus’ entrance. From downtown Atlanta, the CDC moved its location to Clifton Road after earlier construction had been completed in 1960. In 1947, Emory University donated the land on Clifton Road for the organization’s new headquarters.

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