Welcome to the Putnam County Board of Health

11878 Winfield Road
Winfield, WV, 25213

Hours of Operations:

8:00 am - 4:00 pm M-F

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Health Department provide Vaccinations

Walk-In Clinics
Tuesday, April 7 8:30am - 5:30pm
Wednesday, April 8 8:30am - 3pm

Board of Health Meeting Schedule

Health Inspections


The Putnam County Board of Health is dedicated to the planning, support and enhancement of those basic health services which are community responsive and preventive oriented, utilizing resources and supportive services available through local, state and federal agencies or programs..... Our vision is to give fair consideration to all of our customers and to promote optimal wellness, healthy lifestyles and the highest quality environment to all those residing in our county..... We believe in teamwork and will strive for excellence in all that we do..... We will strive to provide timely and effective responses to all customers and maintain a partnership with other private and public organization in the area.

Clinic Services

To provide health care services and education through prevention, promotion and screenings to prolong and preserve a healthy and meaningful life. To continually assess the needs of the community and respond efficiently and effectively. To provide health care services to individuals who could otherwise not obtain those services. To continually develop staff through training and education so that the needs of the public, as well as the agency, are met.

Clinic Vision

To be a dependable and reliable source of healthcare and healthcare information. To provide to the community enhanced healthcare through our services as well as link the community to other available resources. To continue to develop public and private partnerships that better serve the community’s total healthcare needs.


Schedule appointments for: Immunizations, Overseas Travel, Family Planning and Breast and Cervical Cancer. Walk-ins available for: TB, Lice, and Blood Pressure Screenings


Insurances accepted by PCHD

Bonnie's Bus


Every week our sanitarians go on location to inspect businesses to ensure they are meeting health standards of West Virginia for Housing, Water, Food, Sewage.

Disaster and Disease

Provide instruction and technical assistance during natural disasters. Conduct animal encounter investigations and submit rabies samples as required. Advise and assist with solid waste and indoor air pollution problems as needed.


Permit and inspect all businesses or establishments that sell food to the public. Examples include restaurants, bars, schools, hospitals, day cares, temporary food stands, retail establishments, etc.


Inspect hospitals, day care centers, schools, mobile home parks, hotels/motels, and other public facilities. Evaluate water and sewage systems for lending institutions.


Inspect public swimming pools, spas and hot tubs, campgrounds, parks and other public facilities and events


Permit, inspect and approve on-site wastewater system installations. Work with subdivisions, sewage treatment plants, home aeration units and septic tank cleaners to insure that the regulations governing them are followed.


Permit, inspect and sample private water supplies. Collect compliance samples from public water systems to assure safe water quality



Our Office investigates outbreaks of disease in Putnam County and other causes of human illnesses to help prevent its spread.

Epidemiology is the study of health and illness in the community and is considered the foundation of public health.

The Division of Epidemiology tracks infectious diseases, investigates disease outbreaks, educates medical providers and the general public about illness in our community, and most importantly, teaches how to prevent the spread of these diseases.


Threat Preparedness

Emergencies and disasters affecting your family or community can happen anytime, anywhere. The Division of Threat Preparedness at the Putnam County Health Department, under the direction of the Division of Threat Preparedness at the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department, works to increase the level of awareness to such events and prepare the community to mitigate, respond, and recover from such disasters. The Division of Threat Preparedness is responsible for making sure our community has a plan of action for emergency situations that could occur, sometimes with little or no warning.

To learn more please visit us here or contact the Division of Threat Preparedness at 304-348-1088, Monday thru Friday, 8:00am – 4:00pm.

Volunteers are needed in Putnam County! Please visit our Volunteer Information page to learn more about how you can become involved in preparing your community to mitigate, respond, and recover from disasters.