Can I get my blood pressure checked at a fire station?

blood pressure checkYes. Free blood pressure checks are conducted at all Savannah Fire stations whenever firefighters are present. Look for a free blood pressure check sign out front. 

Savannah Fire also conducts blood pressure checks at senior citizens centers, churches and community centers. Contact the Public Information Office at 912-644-5957 to schedule blood pressure checks for your community group.

High blood pressure can lead to devastating consequences, such as stroke, heart failure, heart attack, vision loss, and kidney disease. However, high blood pressure typically has no symptoms. The only way to know if your blood pressure is high is to have it regularly checked. Stop by your neighborhood fire station for a blood pressure check. If you are in an emergency situation call 911:

Station 1 

535 E. 63rd St. 


Station 2 

5 Skyline Dr. 


Station 3

121 E. Oglethorpe Ave.


Station 4

2401 Augusta Ave.

Station 5

10 W. 32nd St.

Station 6

3000 Liberty Pkwy.


Station 7

6902 Sallie Mood Dr.


Station 8
2824 Bee Rd.


Station 9

2235 Capital St. 


Station 10

13710 Coffee Bluff Rd.

912- 921-7324

Station 11

11844 Apache Ave.


Station 12

1205 Bradley Blvd.


Station 13

11 McKenna Dr.


Station 14

480 Highlands Blvd.

Station 15

740 Chevis Rd.

912- 921-5804


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3. Can I get my blood pressure checked at a fire station?
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