The Heart & Vascular Center will provide more efficient and convenient access for patients, by integrating outpatient heart care with diagnostic services in the same convenient location. Read More: ARHS expands services and opens new Heart and Vascular Center
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The COVID-19 pandemic is creating a new set of challenges to our patients. Your donation to the Patient Emergency Fund provides patients with necessities, such as home heating, transportation to medical services and medication.
To help the community adhere to the Governor’s face mask requirement, Appalachian Regional Healthcare System (ARHS) donated 800 washable, reusable cloth face masks for local law enforcement officers to distribute as needed. Read More: ARHS partners with local law enforcement to provide face masks for the community
Appalachian Regional Healthcare System is an official testing site for COVID-19. If you are experiencing mild to moderate symptoms, call your healthcare provider to see if you need testing. If you are experiencing severe, life threatening symptoms (for example, severe difficulty breathing, altered thinking, blue lips), seek immediate medical care or call 9-1-1. Read More: COVID-19 Testing in Watauga and Avery Counties
Boone Urology Center is excited to share that the medical practice will be moving to a new location in July. The current State Farm Road location will close on July 22 and the practice will reopen at their new location, 400 Shadowline Drive in Boone, on Monday, July 27. Read More: Boone Urology Center Moving to New Location