Putnam Rated Number Two For Health

Places Just Below Jefferson County

There is great news about the health of Putnam County’s residents.

A recent study by CountyHealthRankings.org places Putnam County at number two across West Virginia.

Only Jefferson County rated higher among the Mountain State’s 55 counties.

This, strong, ranking is despite Putnam lacking a major hospital.

To read the entire report, please click here.

Following is the ranking of all West Virginia counties:

1 Jefferson (JE)
2 Putnam (PU)
3 Monongalia (ML)
4 Upshur (UP)
5 Marshall (MR)
6 Marion (MA)
7 Wirt (WI)
8 Preston (PR)
9 Berkeley (BE)
10 Pendleton (PE)
11 Jackson (JA)
12 Doddridge (DO)
13 Tucker (TU)
14 Pleasants (PL)
15 Grant (GR)
16 Ohio (OH)
17 Mineral (MI)
18 Morgan (MG)
19 Barbour (BA)
20 Hardy (HR)
21 Tyler (TY)
22 Taylor (TA)
23 Hampshire (HA)
24 Gilmer (GI)
25 Greenbrier (GE)
26 Harrison (HI)
27 Monroe (MO)
28 Pocahontas (PO)
29 Randolph (RN)
30 Ritchie (RI)
31 Braxton (BR)
32 Wood (WO)
33 Brooke (BK)
34 Hancock (HN)
35 Wetzel (WT)
36 Kanawha (KA)
37 Roane (RO)
38 Mason (MS)
39 Cabell (CA)
40 Wayne (WA)
41 Summers (SU)
42 Lincoln (LI)
43 Nicholas (NI)
44 Lewis (LE)
45 Raleigh (RA)
46 Calhoun (CH)
47 Webster (WE)
48 Fayette (FA)
49 Clay (CL)
50 Boone (BO)
51 Mercer (ME)
52 Logan (LO)
53 Wyoming (WY)
54 Mingo (MN)
55 McDowell (MD)