Dr. William Cummings Tate II, “Bill,” began practicing alongside his father Lawson in 1977, and in his own more than forty years of treating the people of Avery County, he has devoted himself to providing more than medical care, as he has worked to make Avery County a better place. Read More: Dr. Bill Tate: A Legacy of Compassion and Care
Your health is as important as ever. Outpatient services and diagnostic testing services are OPEN with regular hours and schedules. We have always taken a compassionate and safe approach to your care, and we continue to do that throughout the COVID-19 pandemic response. Read More: Don’t neglect your health: ARHS is open with COVID-safe care
On Tuesday, April 28, Appalachian Regional Healthcare System (ARHS) began requiring masks for all who enter an ARHS facility. This new requirement applies to all employees, even those in non-clinical areas, patients and vendors. Additionally, in those rare instances where visitors may be allowed inside an ARHS facility, they too will be required to wear a face mask. Read More: Face masks required for all inside ARHS facilities
Although things are a bit different this year due to the restrictions of COVID-19, we would still like to shine a light on the people who so freely serve, recognizing and thanking volunteers who lend their time, voice, and passion to make a difference in their communities. Read More: Appalachian Regional Healthcare System recognizes National Volunteer Week April 19-25.