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MCHD Home COVID Test Demonstration

Monongalia County Health Department, Morgantown, W.Va., demonstrates how to use four of the more common at-home antigen COVID tests.

MCHD Public Health Educators

Monongalia County Health Department Public Health Educators describe their jobs in the field conducting COVID vaccine outreach and how they've been able to connect with individuals and educate them on the benefits of the vaccine.

Stop the Bleed

Monongalia County Health Department teaches classes in Stop the Bleed, a national program with instructions on how to stop bleeding that can take place after a car accident, a shooting, or other incidents.

Stop the Bleed: How to use a tourniquet

Monongalia County Health Department teaches classes in Stop the Bleed, a national program with instructions on how to stop bleeding that can take place after a car accident, a shooting, or other incidents.

Stop the Bleed: Packing the wound

Monongalia County Health Department teaches classes in Stop the Bleed, a national program with instructions on how to stop bleeding that can take place after a car accident, a shooting, or other incidents.

Stop the Bleed: How to improvise a tourniquet

Monongalia County Health Department teaches classes in Stop the Bleed, a national program with instructions on how to stop bleeding that can take place after a car accident, a shooting, or other incidents.

Stop the Bleed: How to apply direct pressure

Monongalia County Health Department teaches classes in Stop the Bleed, a national program with instructions on how to stop bleeding that can take place after a car accident, a shooting, or other incidents.

COVID 19 Vaccination and Pregnancy

Monongalia County Health Department talks to Annelee Boyle, M.D., director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Labor and Delivery Services at WVU Medicine Children's, about the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy as well as other new mothers, like Dr. Boyle, who also made the choice to get vaccinated during pregnancy if it was available.

Pregnant during the Pandemic: Brittany Jarrett

Monongalia County Health Department profiles new mothers in a video series illustrating the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine to protect them during pregnancy and also to pass on antibodies to the baby.

Why did you get the COVID vaccine

Individuals who received the COVID vaccine at a clinic conducted by Monongalia County Health Department, Morgantown, WV, discuss why they think it's important.

Pregnant during the Pandemic: Jodi Hollingshead

Monongalia County Health Department profiles new mothers in a video series illustrating the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine to protect them during pregnancy and also to pass on antibodies to the baby.

Pregnant during the Pandemic: Whitney Holmes

Monongalia County Health Department profiles new mothers in a video series illustrating the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine to protect during pregnancy and also to pass on antibodies to the baby.

Pregnant during the Pandemic: Elizabeth Carpenter

Monongalia County Health Department profiles new mothers in a video series illustrating the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine to protect during pregnancy and also to pass on antibodies to the baby.

Jimmy Marino's COVID story

Jimmy Marino, mayor of Clarksburg, WV, got COVID before he could get a vaccine and spent 25 days in the hospital.

Debbie Wilfong's COVID story

Debbie Wilfong got COVID before vaccines were available. After spending six months in the hospital and rehab, her first stop on the way home was to get her COVID shot.

Monongalia County/NAACP vaccine outreach

"This isn't just about me. I want to be a leading example for the people who are concerned about it who might represent my background."

Monongalia County Health Department Smile Express

Monongalia County Health Department's Smile Express travels around Monongalia County and to different parts of West Virginia providing dental care, for students without a dental home and other groups of people.

MCHD Dentistry Receives Grant

Exciting news for MCHD Dentistry! Highmark WV’s Charitable Fund for Health recently presented a $50,000 check to MCHD Dentistry for additional operatories and services. Thank you, Highmark!

"The Radon Zone"

Do you live in ... a Radon Zone? Just because National Radon Action Month is almost over doesn't mean you still can't make an appointment to have your home tested. Call 304-598-5131... and tell them Rod Serling sent you. And enjoy "The Radon Zone."

MCHD Dentistry Healthy Smiles Day

Welcome to Healthy Smiles Day at MCHD Dentistry! Every year, our dentists provide free care for adult patients without dental insurance. To make an appointment with MCHD Dentistry, call 304-598-5108.

Naloxone administration

Members of the Monongalia County Quick Response Team (QRT) in Morgantown, W.Va., discuss the importance of naloxone and demonstrate how administer it.

MCHD Access for All Clinic

MCHD Clinical Services is holding an Access for All Clinic this World AIDS Day, December 1st. Make an appointment or walk in from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Our nurses can’t wait to see you!

Pregnancy and Oral Health Tips

MCHD WIC and MCHD Dentistry team to educate about the importance of tooth care during pregnancy and to target specific dental information relevant to pregnant people.

Save a Life Day

The Monongalia County Quick Response Team (QRT) distributed more than 1,400 doses of naloxone to the public on Sept. 25, 2021 as part of Save a Life Day. Naloxone reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.

Monongalia County Health Department's Threat Preparedness program drags for ticks

MCHD Threat Preparedness program members drag for ticks in order to conduct tick surveillance, sending ticks to a lab to be tested for disease, especially Lyme.

Stephen Prince, Monongalia County QRT member

Stephen Prince, pastor of Sabra United Methodist Church and a member of the Monongalia County Quick Response Team (QRT), discusses why he cares about the community he serves.

Children's Covid Clinic

Monongalia County Health Department held COVID-19 vaccination clinics for children ages 5-11 in November 2021, with therapy dogs, mascots and music therapists available to help ease their anxiety.

WIC shopping list video

Go shopping with Monongalia County Health Department's WIC program and see the many options participants have.

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