Taking care of patients
Keeping our facilities clean
Providing COVID testing
Offering Telehealth appointments
Vaccinating the community
We make life better for our community!
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Kayla Price and Cassandra Hart with cloth masks donated by community members
Dr. Anderson after Telehealth visit
Dr. Parker after Telehealth visit
Dr. Califf after Telehealth visit
Dr. Price after Telehealth visit
Dr. Chidester after Telehealth visit
Amber Stern, NP-C after Telehealth visit
Dr. Kimmel after first Telehealth visit
Lindsey Henley, FNP-C after Telehealth visit
Addie Cardwell, I Stay Home for My Aunt Candis
Yolanda Adams, I Stay Home For; #Yo Me Quedo En Casa Por Mi Comunidad Latina
Doug Gillin, I Stay Home For Boone & Our Community
Tommy Smith, I Stay Home For My Dad with Diabetes
Community members decorated the staff entrance with inspirational messages in sidewalk chalk to show support
David Jackson, Boone Chamber of Commerce, interviews Chuck Mantooth
Carmen Lacey, President and CNO of Cannon Memorial Hospital, wearing one of many face shields made and donated by Avery County Schools
CMH Staff with a sign from Avery County EMS and LEO Fire Department during Light It Up Parade
Light It Up Parade at CMH
"Quarantine Workout" TikTok from the Cancer Center to remind us to wash our hands and to use hand sanitizer
Community shows support of healthcare workers by displaying Heroes Work Here Sign at WMC
CMH Nurses in a newly renovated Medical Surgical Unit patient room
Nurses at the Nurses Station in the renovated Medical Surgical Unit at CMH
Photo (left to right): Captain Kelly Redmon, Chief Deputy for the Watauga County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff Len Hagaman, Watauga County Sheriff's Office, Chuck Mantooth, President & CEO of Appalachian Regional Healthcare System, Andy Le Beau, Police Chief of Boone Police Department, and Aaron Miller, Police Chief of Blowing Rock Police Department.
Michael Darling working the temp check station at WMC
Respiratory Therapists Don, Ingrid, Holly and Andromeda
WMC Respiratory Therapists
Environmental Services cleaning a patient room
Jimmy Phillips receives a shipment of ventilators in November 2020
New River Light & Power Frontline Worker of the Game was presented to Jamey Ellison, ARHS Infection Control
New River Light & Power Frontline Worker of the Game was presented to Dr. Kevin Wolfe, Pulmonologist at Watauga Medical Center
New River Light & Power Frontline Worker of the Game was presented to WMC Respiratory Therapists
New River Light & Power Frontline Worker of the Game was presented to Crystal Minton, ARHS Occupational Health Nurse
New River Light & Power Frontline Worker of the Game was presented to Wendy Williams, ARHS Director of Imaging, Laboratory and Pathology
Dietary Staff at the Light It Up Parade at WMC
Brooke Wise wearing Level 3 Surgical Mask
WMC Cath Lab Team
WMC staff in full PPE in COVID patient room
Beatrice Mutio with Yosef reminding patients to social distance
Rebekah Thompson, CCMA, Baker Center for Primary Care, volunteering at a vaccine clinic
Eva Oxendine after her first vaccine with her daughter Peggy Stocton, employee of Tate Clinic
Dr. John Whitlock administers COVID vaccine
Former President and CEO of ARHS, Richard Sparks (left) with current President and CEO of ARHS, Chuck Mantooth (right) at a vaccine clinic
AppState Athletics donated Valentine cookies to our Respiratory Therapists
Emergency Department Nurses practice COVID-19 precautions
Crystal Minton, ARHS Occupational Health Nurse, prepares Moderna Vaccine
Kevin W. Wolfe, MD, Pulmonologist Watauga Medical Center, receives the vaccine from ARHS Occupational Health Nurse Crystal Minton.
Madison Bakken, RN, Nurse at Watauga Medical Center, receives the vaccine from ARHS Occupational Health Nurse Crystal Minton.
Mantooth appears with LaRaye Ruducile, Director of Population Health and Clinical Operations, and Sean Burroughs Director of Pharmacy, as they prepare vaccinations.
Dr. Scott Elliott, Watauga County Schools Superintendent, received his vaccine along with his wife Laura, a middle school teacher at Parkway School.
Helene Harper, MD vaccinates Scott Carter, Cove Creek Principal
Latino Health Program's Dinora Hernandez (left) and bilingual volunteer Brent James assisted hispanic community members.
ARHS vaccinated about 400 people at Watauga County Community Recreation Center on February 3.
Bryan Payne, ARHS Senior Director of Organizational Effectiveness, explains the procedure and potential side effects before Paul and Carol McCubbins received their vaccinations.
Dr. Anderson vaccinates Katie Lineback at AppFamily Medicine
Ann Marie Clark receives vaccine from Olivia Wilkins, PA, AppGastro
Mary Etta Long and Amanda Williams working a vaccine clinic