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CONTACT OEPS AND ITS DIVISIONS?

The OEPS's varioius divisions and programs can be reached via the CONTACT US page or their program hotlines below:

PROGRAM HOTLINE MAINLINE
Cancer (304) 356-4953
Immunizations (800) 642-3634 (304) 558-2188
Infectious Diseases (800) 423-1271 (304) 558-5358
STD & HIV (800) 642-8244 (304) 558-2195
Tuberculosis (800) 330-8126 (304) 558-3669
WVEDSS/WVSIIS (877) 408-8930

FIND MY VACCINATION RECORDS?

Please consult your primary care provider and local health department to obtain vaccination records. In extenuating circumstances, try contacting the board of education for the county/counties you attended school within.


GET HELP WITH WVEDSS AND WVSIIS?

WVSIIS

Contact the WVSIIS hotline: (877) 408-8930.

WVEDSS

To report a problem with WVEDSS or register a new user, please send an e-mail to WVEDSS Support: support@inductivehealth.com.


GET TESTED FOR A DISEASE?

STDs and HIV

For a list of testing sites in West Virginia, click HERE.

Other Infectious Diseases

Please contact your local health department.


REPORT A SEWAGE, RESTAURANT, AND SANITATION COMPLAINT?

Complaints related to sewage, restaurants, and other sanitation concerns are responded to by the local health department of the relevant county. Please contact their offices with all complaints.

LHD Contact Information


GET ACCESS TO WVEDSS AND WVSIIS?

WVSIIS

Contact the WVSIIS hotline: (877) 408-8930.

WVEDSS

The system is for West Virginia public health employees only. To report a problem with WVEDSS or register a new user, please send an e-mail to WVEDSS Support: support@inductivehealth.com.


REQUEST DATA FROM WVEDSS AND WVSIIS?

WVSIIS

Contact the WVSIIS hotline: (877) 408-8930.

WVEDSS

To report a problem with WVEDSS or register a new user, please send an e-mail to WVEDSS Support: support@inductivehealth.com.


FIND OUT ABOUT FOOD SAFETY/RECALLS?

WVSIIS

See the federal food safety site for more on food safety and notification of recalls: https://www.foodsafety.gov/recalls/recent. They also have a RSS to subscribe to: http://www2c.cdc.gov/podcasts/createrss.asp?c=146.