MCHD Clinical Services has served generations of Monongalia County residents with their medical needs ranging from adult and childhood vaccines to breast and cervical cancer screenings. Our mission is to provide the community with free or low cost services to those in need.
Keeping An Eye On Your Health
January is National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
While Cervical Cancer rates have steadily declined in recent years, West Virginia has remained in the top ten highest rates in the country. To reduce your risk the CDC recommends staying up to date with your Pap Smears and completing the HPV vaccination series. To make an appointment for our Reproductive Health Clinic or Vaccination Clinics please call 304-598-5119. More information on Cervical Cancer's risks and treatments can be found at www.CDC.gov.
New to MCHD Clinic Services
Let us help you learn how to treat and manage your diabetes.
Kendra Barker, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, a nationally certified diabetes educator, will be providing the full spectrum of diabetes care, including education and management at the new Diabetes Clinic located at the Monongalia County Health Department.
The Diabetes Clinic is a partnership between the Monongalia County
Health Department and the West Virginia University School of Nursing.
The Clinic will be open Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Patients may call to schedule an appointment or may be referred
by a healthcare provider.
MCHD Clinical Services Joins WVU to Fight Breast Cancer
In celebration of Breast Cancer Awareness Month the Monongalia County Health Department joined forces with Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center, the Betty Puskar Breast Care Center, Bonnie’s Bus, and the WVU School of Nursing to provide breast exams and mammograms to local women. The WVU Medicine Expo featured over 54 vendors with health screenings ranging from Mammograms and Bone Density Screenings to Allergy testing and Blood Screenings.