Cat, in Greenbrier county, no doctor would administer them to me. I checked physicians, even Greenbrier Valley Medical Center (the hospital). They sent me to the center for disease control, who kindly informed me that it was going to run me 200 dollars PER SHOT, and that they did not bill insurances.
All it took for me to get it in MA was to visit my Primary Care physician who was also the doctor on call for infectious disease and she gave me the info on what I would be risking taking the series. Typical side effects lecture. Once I signed the release, she gave me my first dose and it was covered 100 percent by my insurance as an innoculation. The two to follow were given by nurses, after I signed the release document, also covered by insurance.
Good luck in WV though.
Editted to add: They're good for 2 years, after which time you get a titer to see if you need a booster or not.
Edited by Lil' Bit (12/24/06 09:38 PM)