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Sexually Transmitted Disease Testing & Prevention

HIV Testing, Prevention & Access to Therapies 

Tuberculosis & Hepatitis Testing 

Communicable Disease Control

EPSDT/ Health Check 


Opening Hours

We are are open on weekdays, except for state and government holidays. 

Mon - Fri                  8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Sat & Sun                Closed

New Patient?

The Mercer County Health Department welcomes new patients to our clinic. Please fill out our new patient registration form below. 

New Patient Registration



The Mercer County Health Department competently and compassionately provides surveillance, intervention, testing, education, and care to prevent and control the spread of disease. 


These diseases are commonly transmitted in a sexual manner either through vaginal, anal, or oral intercourse. Many STDs can be transmitted in ways other than sexually, but it is rare. While most STD's show some kind of symptoms, it's possible that symptoms may go unnoticed or might not exist at all/ 

If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms you should seek medical attention immediately because you may have an STD:

  • Dark or smelly urine  

  • A secretion or discharge from the genitals 

  • A strange rash or spots on your body

  • A burning sensation when urinating 

  • Bumps, legions, blisters, or warts on the genital area 

  • An unusual odor 

  • White spots in pubic hair or small bugs 

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EPSDT/ Health Check

Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment (EPSDT)

HealthCheck provides periodic, comprehensive health examinations, vision, and hearing assessments, immunizations, treatment, and follow-up of conditions found through the heath examination. 

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Any questions about the information on this page can be directed to: 

Rebecca Walker, RN

Phone: (304) 324-8367



West Virginia Division of Infectious Disease Epidemiology (DIDE)

The Division of Infectious Disease Epidemiology (DIDE) monitors and manages communicable diseases in West Virginia through technical assistance, investigation, education, and prevention. 

Visit the DIDE website at 
for an A to Z listing of diseases, their causes, symptoms, and steps that can be taken to avoid contracting and/or spreading the disease. 

A-Z Listing of Diseases and Their Causes

Do you know your HIV Status?

The only way to know your status is to get tested. Knowing your status gives you powerful information to keep you and your partner healthy. 

Questions about HIV/ AIDS? 

Call the hotline: 800.642.8244