Hepatitis A Outbreak

Since March 2018, the West Virginia Bureau for Public Health has reported an increase in the number of confirmed cases of acute hepatitis A virus. This increase in cases has primarily been among injection and non-injection drug users, homeless or mobile individuals, and those who have been recently incarcerated. Viral sequencing has linked cases from Kentucky and California.

  • For WV Outbreak details, please visit https://oeps.wv.gov/ob_hav/pages/default.aspx.
  • The Hampshire County Health Department has Hepatitis A vaccine for First Responders and at-risk persons at no charge. Please contact us at 304-496-9640 x2 for more information.


Sanitarian office hours are Monday through Friday - 8a-10a.

Food Handler's Courses are held monthly at the Hampshire County Health Department. Please call 304-496-9640 to schedule a class for your food service employees. It can also be completed online. Please visit our Food Safety page for more information.


Monday - Friday  8am-4pm

Regularly available services: Blood Pressure Monitoring, Head Lice Checks, TB Testing, private injections, and any previously scheduled appointments.

Scheduled services:

Immunization walk-ins, including Occupational and Overseas Immunization needs.

STD and HIV Testing and Counseling by appointment only.

Pregnancy Testing

Family Planning Enrollments and follow-ups


Scheduled appointments


Pregnancy Testing

Family Planning Enrollments and follow-ups

Harm Reduction clinics in the afternoon


Scheduled appointments

** Women's Health and Family Planning clinics are normally scheduled each month. Call 304-496-9640 x2 for schedule. 


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