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In Case You Missed It: Healthy Seminole on the Move

By Tiffani McDaniel

May 09, 2016

May 9, 2016

In Case You Missed It: Healthy Seminole on the Move

“Healthy Seminole on the Move” premiered on Tuesday, April 26

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Sanford, Fla. Healthy Seminole on the Move premiered on Seminole Government Television (SG-TV), Bright House channel 498, on Tuesday, April 26. The quarterly, 30-minute talk show is hosted by Dr. Swannie Jett, a Tennessee State University graduate and Health Officer for the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County (DOH-Seminole).  

Healthy Seminole on the Move is produced by DOH-Seminole and directed by SG-TV. The talk show is a destination for health professionals and stakeholders, not only to alert Seminole County residents about the latest health trends but also a comfortable setting for conversation.

Visit SG-TV’s website to view the program guide. Watch the full-length episode of Healthy Seminole on the Move at:

“Healthy Seminole on the Move is designed to empower healthcare consumers to take charge of their own health,” said Dr. Jett. “We provide information so that you can make informed decisions on how to handle your health concerns.”  

Episode one focused on homelessness and issues affecting healthcare. Special guests included Dr. Todd Husty, Seminole County EMS Director and Medical Doctor; and Bakari Burns, President and CEO of Health Care Center for the Homeless, Incorporated.

In addition to the interviews, Healthy Seminole on the Move also features a segment entitled Tiffani on the Streets. Tiffani McDaniel, a graduate of Tennessee State University’s Mass Communication Program and Press Secretary for DOH-Seminole, is a field reporter for the show. She travels to various Seminole County communities to ask residents and visitors general health-related questions. Central Florida residents are encouraged to submit health-related questions to Tiffani at In the subject line, type Attention: Tiffani on the Streets. Remember to include your name and city where you reside. Questions will be incorporated into upcoming Tiffani on the Streets segments.

Dr. Swannie Jett is a national leader in public health with 20 plus years’ of experience. In April 2013, he was appointed as Health Officer for DOH-Seminole. Currently, Dr. Jett serves as President for the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO).


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