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Address: PO Box 590
200 Health Center Drive
Union, WV 24983

Phone: 304-772-3064

Fax: 304-772-5677

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Working together to enhance, promote, and protect the health of residents and the communities we serve

The Monroe Health Center contracts with the Monroe County Health Department for Public Health Services, and it is the only site in West Virginia where the local primary care center and the Public Health Department is integrated into one facility. This allows residents more convenient access to public health services.


Administrative/Nursing: Julie Mundell

Health Department Nurse: Morgan Sams

Environmental: Aaron Withrow

Health Officer: Dr. Carolyn Morrison, DO

Petrie Brown, Board of Health Chair

Beth Massey, Threat Preparedness Coordinator



Volunteers Needed:

If you are a health, mental health, or medical professional and you would be willing to assist the Health Department as a volunteer should the need arise, please let us know by registering as a volunteer in WVREDI. You can find out about WVREDI and also register by clicking on this link:

Volunteer Training:

If you have already volunteered and you are seeking training to prepare you for this role, you can find out about courses by clicking on this link: You should especially consider the IS-100 and the IS-700 courses; these are free and can be completed on-line.

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