Gilmer County Health Department offers a variety of environmental disease prevention services, and provides epidemiological investigations and disease tracking data collection services with regard to those environmental diseases in accordance with W.V. 64 C.S.R. 7 Reportable Diseases, Events & Conditions, W.V. 64 C.S.R. 73 Standards for Local Boards of Health and W.V. Code 16-2-11.a.1.iii. Such diseases include rabies, mosquito-borne illnesses, tick-borne illnesses, foodborne illnesses & water-borne illnesses.