• (304) 872-2891   
  • 400 Fairview Heights Rd, Summersville, WV 26651

Rural Health Clinic

For years, the Summersville Regional Medical Center Rural Health Clinic has maintained a steadfast reputation for high-quality patient care, community involvement, convenient access, and providers who deliver exceptional clinical skills. Our providers believe in placing the needs of the patient first. We are committed to caring for families and the community. The doctors, nurse practitioner and physician’s assistant that serve the Rural Health Clinic are dedicated to providing the best care possible to each patient. Family members aged 18 and older are welcome as the clinic is always accepting new patients. In order to provide the best service to our patients, we encourage you to become a patient before you need us, as we are not able to accept new patient walk-ins. Our patients have access to these services within close proximity to their home, without admission to the hospital, administered by a provider they know and trust, often by same-day appointments.

-Vaccines and immunizations
-Diabetes management care
-Small biopsies
-Joint injections
-Employer and sports physicals
-Regular check-ups
-Cold, flu, sore throat, earaches, fever and sinus infections
-Upper respiratory conditions
-Diarrhea and nausea
-Cuts and wound care

-Rashes and dermatologic conditions
-Urinary tract infections
-Sprains, strains, and fractures
-High blood pressure (hypertension)
-High cholesterol
-Asthma and COPD
-In office EKGs
-Heart disease
-Migraine headaches
-DOT Physicals

We offer sliding fee payments and prescription medication assistance programs to help you get the healthcare you need.

    Marvin J. Wurth, M.D.
    Doctor,Rural Health Provider
    Originally from Kentucky, Dr. Wurth graduated from The American University in Washington, DC in 1979 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and from The George Washington University School of Medicine in 1984 as a Doctor of Medicine.
    Michael E. Taylor, M.D.
    Doctor,Rural Health Provider
    Dr. Taylor graduated from West Virginia University School of Medicine in 1980 and completed his residency at United Hospital Center and Preceptor Family Practice in 1984.
    Amy Mann, NP
    Rural Health Provider
    A native of Nicholas County, Amy earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Mountain State University in 2003 and worked as the Director of Nursing at Richwood Area Community Hospital from 2003 to 2005.
    Judy Spencer, PA-C
    Rural Health Provider
    Judy says medicine is not a job it is her life, her divine calling.