ARHS and AppHealthCare were able to vaccinate nearly 800 childcare and Watauga County Schools school employees in a single day, due to the spacious and easy-to-access location at the Recreation Center. Read More: Watauga County Schools teachers and staff receive COVID-19 vaccine at mass clinic in Boone
Could you be at risk for vascular disease? Find out the risk factors and symptoms along with the vascular services offered in the High Country. Read More: Could you be at risk for vascular disease?
Appalachian Regional Healthcare System (ARHS) began its COVID-19 vaccination clinics in January and they are fully underway for first and second doses. Community members in Groups 1 and 2 of North Carolina’s rollout plan are currently receiving vaccines – frontline healthcare workers and those age 65 and over. Read More: Vaccine clinics underway at ARHS, dependent on supply from state
Appalachian Regional Healthcare System (ARHS) held its first COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Monday, January 11 for their patients who qualify according to the NCDHHS four-phase rollout plan. Read More: Appalachian Regional Healthcare System begins vaccinating patients age 75 and older