Appalachian Regional Internal Medicine Specialists
A part of Appalachian Regional Medical Associates
Internal medicine and rheumatology in one convenient location!
Telehealth is now available. You may be able to visit with your healthcare provider from the safety of your own home! Call (828) 386-2746 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.
Appalachian Regional Internal Medicine Specialists treat the whole person, not just the illness. Our internal medicine services focus on prevention and wellness strategies, new treatment options and emerging health strategies.
If you have Medicare, Appalachian Regional Internal Medicine Specialists provides Annual Wellness Visits. Call us for more information.
Patients may contact the Practice Manager at (828) 386-2746 with questions, concerns, complaints or compliments regarding Appalachian Regional Internal Medicine Specialists.
- Auto-Immune Diseases
- Chronic Illness
- Cold & Flu
- Complete Physical Exams
- Medicare Annual Wellness Visit
- Preventative Care
- Primary Care
- Strep Throat
- Well-Woman Exam
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.
I was in a lot of pain before I went to Dr. Logan. He spent a lot of time listening to me and worked hard to diagnose what was going on. I really appreciate what he has done for me. He is an excellent Dr. with super sweet staff. His nurse Kayla returns my calls promptly. Just an excellent staff.
I went years without getting answers and then started seeing Dr.Smith. He has helped me to better cope with my illness and helped me to manage the symptoms. All the staff are really nice and helpful. I have recommended this place to friends and family and will continue to do so.
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