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Amy Summers (R - Taylor, 073)


Capitol Office:
Room 217E, Building 1
State Capitol Complex
Charleston, WV 25305
Capitol Phone: (304) 340-3269

98 Meadland Road
Flemington, WV 26347
District Phone: (304) 842-7958

Amy Summers Biography

Date of Birth: May 3rd, 1963

Education: B.S., Nursing, West Virginia University; M.S., Nursing, Leadership and Management, Western Governors University

Occupation: Registered Nurse

Spouse: Rod

Children: Sarah, Molly and Zachary

Parents: the late Paul and Nel Elder

Affiliations: West Virginia Farm Bureau; West Virginia Cattlemans Association; American Angus Association; Bridgeport United Methodist Church; Member, Grafton Lions Club; Emergency Nurses Association


CHAIR: Health and Human Resources
House Rules

CHAIR: Health
CHAIR: Health and Human Resources Accountability
Government and Finance
Insurance and PEIA
Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources Subcommittee


District Counties: Marion, Taylor



Delegate Summers was the Lead Sponsor of 39 bills
HB 2006Relating to reorganizing the Department of Health and Human ResourcesSigned
HB 2016Relating to confidential childcare recordsSigned
HB 2017Relating to service of process in child abuse casesPending
HB 2018Permitting the managed care case coordinator to attend the multidisciplinary team meetingSigned
HB 2029Repealing the creation of an all-payer claims databaseSigned
HB 2534Relating to public employees insurancePendingBanking and Insurance
HB 2535Relating to prior authorizationsPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 2536Permitting physicians to provide exemption certificates relating to required immunizationsPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 2537Prohibiting covenant not to competePendingJudiciary
HB 2538Requiring usage of child welfare information technology systemsPendingFinance
HB 2588Relating to indexing unemployment benefits based on the state average unemployment ratePendingFinance
HB 2589Requiring work search activities to qualify for unemployment benefitsPendingJudiciary
HB 2613Relating to the administration of anestheticsPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 2754Relating to immunizations performed in a pharmacySigned
HB 2756Relating to the controlled substance monitoring database; and adding the reporting of medical marijuana to the databasePendingJudiciary
HB 2757Relating to expanding institutional eligibility for the WV Invests Grant ProgramSigned
HB 2759Relating to updating the health care provider taxSigned
HB 2809Relating to protections for workers at state health care facilities who report unsafe patient care or unsafe patient conditionsPendingJudiciary
HB 2845Relating to removing expired provisions from the codeSigned
HB 2854Relating to priorities for the use of funds for child-care and performance-based contractingPendingFinance
HB 2917Relating to allowing retired state employees who meet the minimum qualifications necessary, to render post-retirement employment with the Department of Health and Human ResourcesSigned
HB 2993Relating to rural emergency hospital licensure Signed
HB 2994Relating to expired date of an optometrist’s prescriptionPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 3061Relating to updating the authority of the Foster Care OmbudsmanSigned
HB 3078Allow state employees to cash in on certain benefitsPendingFinance
HB 3141Relating to the practice of dentistrySigned
HB 3163Revising the definition of attributed support, update the basic child support guidelines, and the calculation of ability to payPendingJudiciary
HB 3164To extend the termination date of the West Virginia Advisory Council on Rare Diseases due to a delay in beginning its dutiesSigned
HB 3166To permit a hospital to hold a patient experiencing a psychiatric emergency for up to 72 hoursSigned
HB 3191Relating to certain facilities operated by the state government to obtain a licenseSigned
HB 3199Relating to removing the requirement that an ectopic pregnancy be reportedBL
HB 3200Authorize DHHR to transfer state facilities to regional mental health centers or intellectual disability facilities PendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 3278Relating to the practice of optometryPending
HB 3306Relating to the organizational structure of the Office of Drug Control PolicySigned
HB 3317Relating to removing specific continuing education requirementsSigned
HB 3388Creating the health care professionals preceptor tax creditPendingHealth and Human Resources
HB 3430To prohibit the bureau from assessing a fee upon local health departmentsPending
HB 3487Relating to cost-sharing calculations for certain Health Savings Account-qualified High Deductible Health PlansPending
HB 3553Supplementing and amending appropriations to Department of Health and Human ResourcesSigned


Release TitleDate
Majority Leader Summers: House Leadership Committed to Collaborative Effort To Continue Foster Care System Improvements11/04/2019
GOP Delegates Pledge to Protect Second Amendment Rights08/08/2019
Majority Leader Summers Praises Passage of Bill to Benefit Retired Teachers, Public Employees03/09/2019
It’s Time to Put Our Foster Children First01/28/2019
Delegate Amy Summers Hosts Foster Care Forum 11/02/2018
Delegate Summers participates in Three Branch Institute on Improving Child Safety and Preventing Child Fatalities 06/30/2017
Senator Walters and Delegate Summers Recognized by Mountain State Trauma and Injury Prevention Coalition02/18/2016
Delegate Summers To Host Town Hall On Natural Gas Issues December 1 In Grafton 11/24/2015
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