The NC High Country is home to people from many different walks of life.
People live and play here, away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
Our small mountain towns are home to the best healthcare facilities around.
But we can do more. Together, we can increase access to top quality healthcare
services that will enrich the lives of those who call these mountains home.
Ask about how you can join us to make an impact. We are a 501C3 nonprofit
organization and all gifts are tax deductible.
The Appalachian Regional Healthcare Foundation and Employee Assistance Program worked with generous businesses, organizations and individuals who have shown support through donations of supplies and food. Everyone at ARHS would like to say a hearty “THANK YOU.” Read More: ARHS thanks local businesses and organizations for outpouring of support
The Rehabilitation Center, the outpatient physical and occupational therapy arm of Watauga Medical Center, received a donation of a Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) device from the High Country Breast Cancer Foundation. Read More: The Rehabilitation Center in Boone receives donation for breast cancer treatment
October 23, 2020 – LHP is distributing food to its clients as part of a unique partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The USDA will provide Watauga County residents with boxes of food containing meat, vegetables, and dairy products for the next few weeks. Read More: ARHS Latino Health Program delivers food to High Country families
After three years of planning and a year of construction, Cannon Memorial Hospital’s new Medical Surgical Unit is officially open. Hospital staff moved patients into the beautiful healing space on Thursday, June 25th. Read More: Cannon Memorial Hospital Opens New Medical Surgical Unit
Although COVID-19 has prevented us from getting together for the 16th Annual Pretty in Pink Fashion Show and Luncheon, the cancer patient emergency fund is more important than ever. Read More: 16th Annual Pretty in Pink Virtual Fundraiser
On Monday March 23, 2020, Blue Ridge Energy donated hundreds of N95 masks to ARHS in an effort to help ARHS protect its caregivers. Read More: Blue ridge energy donates N95 masks to ARHS