Prevent and Control Vaccine-Preventable Diseases Among Children, Adolescents, and Adults in West Virginia

Opening Hours

Our clinic is open on weekdays, except for state and government holidays. 

Vaccines for Children 

Mon - Fri

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Adult & Travel Immunizations

Thur - Fri

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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



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Vaccine For Children (VFC) Program

The VFC Program covers vaccines recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 

 (VFC) Program Eligibility

The VFC Program ensures no VFC child contracts a vaccine-preventable disease because of his or her parent's inability to pay for the vaccine or its administrative goal of the VFC Program. 

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Children through 18 years of age that meet at least one of the VFC Program criteria are eligible for the VFC Program vaccines: 

  • Children enrolled in Medicaid

  • Children who do not have health insurance

  • Children who are American Indian or Alaskan Native, as defined by the Indian Health Services Act

  • Children who have health insurance that does not cover vaccines

  • Children must reside within the state of West Virginia

These children can receive VFC vaccines at the Mercer County Health Department 




Protect Your Health

Immunizations are not just for children, but older adults also need shots to protect their health. 

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Through the West Virginia Division of Immunization Services (WVDIS), the Mercer County Health Department provides a limited amount of vaccines for uninsured adults. 

Here is a list of adult immunizations that can help to prevent serious health problems. 

  • ​TD (Tetanus and Diphtheria)

  • TDAP (Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis)​

  • Hepatitis A 

  • Hepatitis B

  • Hepatitis A/B

  • Influenza 

  • Pneumonia (Pneumovax23 and Prevnar 13)

  • Singles (Shinrix and Zostavax)


Traveling Abroad?

Traveling abroad can increase your risk of contracting a serious health condition.

Most immunizations or health precautions are not required for entry to foreign countries, but they provide valuable protection for people who wish to travel in good health. 

Each traveler is unique. Risk of exposure to disease and developing an illness while traveling is determine by several factors. 

  • Current health

  • Length of time before departure 

  • Geographical destinations 

  • Itinerary

  • Purpose of travel 

  • Length of stay

  • Type of accommodations

  • Food and water sources


Any questions regarding immunizations can be directed to the appropriate contact below: 

Sandie Davis, RN BSN

Phone: (304) 324-8367

Ethel Yopp, LPN

Phone: (304) 324-5581

Some Immunization schedules can take up to six months. Call ahead for advice on any of the following immunizations: 

  • Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B

  • Hepatitis AB

  • Yellow Fever 

  • Typhoid 

  • TD (Tetanus-Diphtheria

  • TDAP (Tetanus-Diphtheria Acellular Pertussis 

  • IPV (Injectable Polio)

  • MMR (Measles. Mumps. Rubella)