Inclement Weather Plan & Closings

ARHS Closings and Cancellations

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When an Inclement Weather Warning has been issued, please call the ARHS Inclement Weather phone line and/or visit the ARHS website to see if the Inclement Weather Plan has been activated before leaving home for your appointment.

What does it mean for patients?

Inclement Weather Plan Activated

For the safety of our patients and staff, Appalachian Regional Healthcare System (ARHS) outpatient facilities may be closed. A list of the outpatient facilities that may be affected in the event of inclement weather are listed below

Medical Offices and Outpatient Facilities: Contact the outpatient facility to reschedule your appointment.

Inpatient Units at Cannon Memorial Hospital and Watauga Medical Center do not close during inclement weather.

Appalachian Regional Healthcare System hospitals are open 24 hours a day, 7 days week. If you have an emergency, please proceed to your nearest emergency room or call 911.

AppUrgent Care Walk-In Care for patients with non-life threatening illness or injury: Open these hours, even during inclement weather. Monday-Friday 8 am – 7 pm, Saturday-Sunday 9 am – 5 pm.

 

Which facilities are affected?

During inclement weather events, Appalachian Regional Healthcare System (ARHS) outpatient facilities may close early, delay opening or be closed an entire day. The following is a list of locations and services that may be affected.

 

Follow Appalachian Regional Healthcare System on Facebook and Twitter at @apprhs for the latest updates.

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Facilities are operating on a normal schedule unless otherwise noted.

Emergency & Urgent Care

AppUrgent – 

Baker Center Walk-in Clinic – 

Cannon Memorial Hospital – 

Watauga Medical Center – 

 

Appalachian Regional Medical Associates

AppGastro – 

Appalachian Regional Internal Medicine Specialists – 

AppOrtho – 

Baker Center for Primary Care – 

Boone Urology Center – 

Davant Medical Clinic — 

Elk River Medical Associates — 

Grandfather Specialty Clinic — 

Harmony Center for Women — 

Jefferson Specialty Clinic — 

Tate Clinic — 

Watauga Surgical Group — 

 

Outpatient Services

Appalachian Regional Behavioral Health — 

Appalachian Regional Outpatient Imaging and Lab Center — 

Appalachian Regional Pain Management Center — 

Cardiac Diagnostic Testing (CDT) — 

The Cardiology Center — 

Outpatient Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation —

Outpatient Behavioral Health —

Outpatient Cardiopulmonary — 

The Rehabilitation Center — 

Seby B. Jones Cancer Center — 

Surgical and Anesthesia Services — 

The Sleep Center at Watauga Medical Center — 

THRIVE: Transition to Wellness — 

The Wound Care Center — 

When an Inclement Weather Warning has been issued, please call the ARHS Inclement Weather phone line and/or visit the ARHS website to see if the Inclement Weather Plan has been activated before leaving home for your appointment.

What does it mean for patients?

Inclement Weather Plan Activated

For the safety of our patients and staff, Appalachian Regional Healthcare System (ARHS) outpatient facilities may be closed. A list of the outpatient facilities that may be affected in the event of inclement weather are listed below

Medical Offices and Outpatient Facilities: Contact the outpatient facility to reschedule your appointment.

Inpatient Units at Cannon Memorial Hospital and Watauga Medical Center do not close during inclement weather.

Appalachian Regional Healthcare System hospitals are open 24 hours a day, 7 days week. If you have an emergency, please proceed to your nearest emergency room or call 911.

AppUrgent Care Walk-In Care for patients with non-life threatening illness or injury: Open these hours, even during inclement weather. Monday-Friday 8 am – 7 pm, Saturday-Sunday 9 am – 5 pm.

 

Which facilities are affected?

During inclement weather events, Appalachian Regional Healthcare System (ARHS) outpatient facilities may close early, delay opening or be closed an entire day. The following is a list of locations and services that may be affected.

 

Follow Appalachian Regional Healthcare System on Facebook and Twitter at @apprhs for the latest updates.