Health Department

We have been directed by the West Virginia State Health Department to plan for response to all hazards, and to integrate the response with that of local Office of Emergency Services (OES), Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC).

Preparedness

Calendar of Events

Our Mission

The health department is tasked with ensuring the health and well-being of the citizens and visitors to our community.  This is accomplished by educating the public, offering services, and by enforcing public health laws through the various permitted programs we offer and inspect.  

Clinical

We offer a wide range of services that include blood pressure screening, breast and cervical cancer screening, communicable disease prevention, family planning, HIV/Aids testing and counseling, Immunizations, lab testing, STD testing and counseling, and tuberculosis screening

Services

We put your family’s health and well being first.

Mineral County Health Department provides basic public health services which assess, promote and protect the health status, environment and individual well-being that results in greater opportunity to enjoy a quality life in healthy communities throughout Mineral County. The Mineral Country Health Department is supported by federal, state, and county funding through various contracts and grants. Health services are provided to persons regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, or handicap. 

Dental
Environmental
Looking for the latest Calendar of events? Look no further! 

We’re committed to providing you with the latest events to better serve you.

We are now providing Dental Services for families located West Virginia and Maryland.  The clinic will offer a wide array of preventative and restorative services.  All forms of payment are accepted.  We also provide options for qualifying individuals without insurance or the inability to pay.

Healthy Corner


Dine Out Wisely


Treating yourself to a meal out can be fun and healthy.  Ask for a small salad with low-fat dressing on the side.  Skip appetizers, and select foods that are unbreaded, and are baked or steamed, rather than fried.  Eat slowly so your body has a chance to tell you when it’s full.  Say “no” to buffets, where the urge to overeat can be overwhelming, and if you’re served a large portion, share it or take half home.