This program’s central purpose is prevention. The program’s mission is to
get care to children before they become ill or disabled.
- Vision testing
- Medical history
- Dental referrals
- Nutrition assessments/referrals
- Developmental & behavioral assessments
- Hearing screen
- Lead testing
- Ear, nose and throat
- Vital signs
- Lab tests
- Lice checks
HealthCheck: All individuals from birth through 20 years of age, who have a
valid West Virginia Medicaid Card, are eligible for HealthCheck services. Medicaid eligibility
is determined by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources.
You must present your Medicaid Card (and HMO card if applicable) at the time of service.
CHIP – Children’s Health Insurance Program: This program is for individuals
who are age 19 and under. This program provides insurance to working families who
make too much money to qualify for Medicaid, but not enough to purchase their own
insurance. Eligibility is determined by the West Virginia Department of Health and
Human Resources. You must present a CHIPS card on the date of service.
Mid-Ohio Valley Board of Health has also set “low cost” fees for patients who do not
qualify for the above programs and wish to utilize this service and pay on a
“private pay” basis.