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March 2013

 

Administrative

Holiday

   Mar- N/A            

             

Clinical Programs

Cancer Screening

   Call for appointment times. 

 

Family Planning

   Call for appointment times. 

 

Family Planning

   Call for appointment times. 

 

Immunizations

   Mondays 8:30am until

   11:30am and Tuesdays

   1:00pm until 3:30pm.

 

STD Testing

   Call for appointment times. 

 

Environmental

Food School

   Third Tuesday of each   

   month. Cost is $5.00.  Call

   for more information.

 
Welcome

    Mission Statement

·         The mission of the Morgan County Health Department is to provide approved Clinical and Environmental services required by the state of West Virginia in order to protect the health of the general public.  We also plan and mobilize appropriate actions with the community in order to act during a disaster or epidemic and to help provide solutions for a healthier Morgan County.

Volunteers Needed   Healthy Tip of the Month
Medical Reserve Corps

The Morgan County Health Department has begun recruiting volunteers for the Eastern Panhandle Medical Reserve Corps (EPMRC). If you are interested please contact us today. Your community needs you! For more information about the EPMRC, please check out the Volunteer page.

 

  Keep Colds and Flu at Bay

Take preventative action to stay well through cold and flu season.  Boost your immune system with sufficient sleep, exercise, nutrition and stress control.  Wash your hands often and try not to touch your eyes, nose or mouth.  Avoid close contact with those who are sick.  Ask us about the flu shot.  They are now available and can be administered by appointment or during regular walk in clinics held every Monday


What’s New

March 2013

Restaurant Inspections now available for viewing online.

Click "Here" for most recent uploaded inspection results.

 

 

December 2012
 

Preparing for a Weather Emergency

Severe weather events can mean power outages, floods, and other problems that can affect the safety of food. Knowing what to do before and after a weather event can help you reduce your risk of illness. By following these guidelines, you can also minimize the amount of food that may be lost due to spoilage.

 

Especially in storm-prone areas, power outages can be a common problem. Power outages can occur at any time of the year and it may take from a few hours to several days for electricity to be restored to residential areas. Without electricity or a cold source, food stored in refrigerators and freezers can become unsafe. Bacteria in food grow rapidly at temperatures between 40 and 140 °F, and if these foods are consumed, people can become very sick.

 

For more information on this and other emergency preparedness information, please go to our website at www.morgancountyhealthdept.com and click on the preparedness tab located at the top of the page. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please contact us at (304)258-1513.

 

 

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