A part of Appalachian Regional Medical Associates
Let our family take care of your family.
Family medicine providers, or primary care providers, are your partners in person-focused (not disease-oriented) healthcare. They deal with a wide range of medical issues, including diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses, disease prevention, obstetrics and gynecology, health maintenance, counseling, patient education. They are also trained to coordinate care among different specialists and sub-specialists. AppFamily Medicine providers can also make home visits and treat their patients while in the hospital.
Establish a relationship with a family medicine provider by scheduling an annual routine check-up, which is covered by most health insurance plans. If you have Medicare, AppFamily Medicine provides Annual Wellness Visits. Call us for more information.
Patients may contact the Practice Manager at (828) 386-2222 with questions, concerns, complaints or compliments regarding AppFamily Medicine.
Forms to complete before your appointment
- Acute care (sudden illness, flu, strep throat, fever, etc)
- Behavioral Health
- Birth Control/Sexual Health
- Chronic Illness
- Cold & flu
- Complete Physical Exams
- Family Medicine
- Medicare Annual Wellness Visit
- Pediatrics (birth to adolescence)
- Preventive Care
- Primary Care
- Sports Physicals
- Sprains & other muscle, joint and bone issues
- Well-Woman Exam
Dr. Brendle is absolutely amazing! So smart and caring! Great bedside manners as well. HIGHLY recommended.
We love Dr. McCracken! He’s WONDERFUL: personable, listens, and offers care that makes sense to the personality and preferences of the patient while being medically sound and recommended. You’re in good hands with Dr. McCracken.
If you are a patient of one of the Appalachian Regional Medical Associates practices, and are being discharged from Watauga Medical Center or Cannon Memorial Hospital, you may receive a call from the Health Navigation Team to assist you in getting follow up care with your primary care provider. Read More: Health Navigation
Medicare Part B covers a yearly visit to a healthcare provider at no cost to you to help prevent disease and disability. At this appointment, you and your provider will discuss your current health and risk factors and develop a personalized prevention plan to help you stay healthy. Read More: Medicare Annual Wellness Visit