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Our mission is to prevent, protect and promote the public health needs of our community. We strive to cultivate healthy lifestyles and invest in healthy communities.

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Online Food Workers Classes

Training Achievement Program (TAP Series): On-Line Food Service Worker Permit Class.

Written Food Workers Classes

Food Handlers Written test are given every Tuesday morning from 8-9 a.m. There is a $15.00 fee for the food handler's class. A study guide can be picked up at any time daily. A risk assessment form must be filled out before the food handlers test is given. This will determine if a TB skin test is required.

The food class is available the last Friday of each month, we ask that people arrive by 7:45am the class will start at 8:00am.

Multistate Outbreak of Hepatitis A*

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.
451 Total WV Outbreak Cases – as of July 6, 2018
o 255 (56.5%) males
o Age Range: 14-82 years
o Hospitalizations: 303 (67.2%) Deaths: 1

*Hepatitis A is a highly contagious liver infection caused by the hepatitis A virus. It can range from a mild illness lasting a few weeks to a severe illness lasting several months and, rarely, can cause death. It is usually spread through food or drink contaminated by small, undetected amounts of stool from an infected person. Hepatitis A can also spread from close contact with an infected person such as through sexual contact or caring for someone who is ill.

The increase in hepatitis A cases has primarily been among injection and non-injection drug users, homeless or mobile individuals, and those who have been recently incarcerated.

Hepatitis A can be prevented by vaccination

Hepatitis A vaccine is available at Randolph-Elkins Health Department.

Immunization clinics are scheduled each Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons or can be scheduled by appointment. If an agency wishes, REHD nurses can arrange a clinic at your facility. Insurance can be billed. Some vaccine is available free of charge for uninsured first responders and/or high-risk individuals.

For a special appointment or to set up a clinic, please call 304-636-0396.

CPR Training

CPR Training is available on request - a class must consist of at least 5 individuals. Cost of training per individual is $60.00. If Off-Site, in City of Elkins limits an extra $20.00 per class, if Off-Site, outside of City of Elkins limits an extra $35.00 per class. If interested in setting up a class for your employees or community, please contact Kassie Swecker, RN at 304-636-0396 or email [email protected]



Food handler Card* $15.00
PPD Skin Test* $15.00
Off Site Food handler Card $ 17.50
Off Site Per Class Fee $15.00
Replacement FH Card $2.50

If the employer is paying for the services and an invoice is sent the fee is an additional $2.50.

*If PPD is needed along with the food handlers card the fee is only $15.00.

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