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Rehabilitation patient Bill Stroh and grand-nephew Will take a stroll down the hall at the new The Foley Center at Chestnut Ridge. We think Will makes a great rehab assistant!
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Nutrition for Cancer Survivors - This class will discuss the importance of nutrition for the patient upon completion of chemotherapy or radiation therapy. Discussions will enable the patient to take control of their diet while learning healthy ways to prevent recurrence of cancer or the risk of developing other cancers. http://bit.ly/2jMZAPT
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It’s flu season, and we want to do everything we can to keep our patients safe from infection. http://bit.ly/2i7l6yu
Appalachian Regional Healthcare System is the leading healthcare provider for residents in the High Country including Blowing Rock, Boone, Jefferson and Linville.
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Join us in welcoming the first baby born at Watauga Medical Center in 2017!
BOONE – The first baby of 2017 in Watauga County took a couple of days, but at 5:56 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 3, Piper Jae Gragg was born to parents Alayna and Mason Gragg of Collettsville at Watauga Medical Center.
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Thinking about New Year resolutions, or just want to start healthier in 2017? You can try the Paul H. Broyhill Wellness Center for FREE on January 7! Register online to skip the lines and be entered to win a free month! Get all the details here: http://bit.ly/2hUkA2v
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Are you tempted to try a juice cleanse or other restrictive "detox" diet? It may actually be problematic for your body! In this new blog by our registered dietitians, here are some tactics that will help your body along with its natural detoxing processes.
A recent influx of "detox" diets and cleanses has flooded the consumer market, often focusing on consuming nothing but juices for a certain period of time. This could be problematic for your body.
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We are proud to support Watauga High School nursing students and to help equip the school's nursing simulation lab. We hope to see these students continue their education in the healthcare field and maybe work with us someday!
BOONE -- The nursing program at Watauga High School has a tradition of high achievement, turning out students with the tool set required to embark into the challenging and exceedingly important field of medicine.
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Appalachian Regional Healthcare System invites you to celebrate the retirement of CEO Richard G. Sparks after 39 years of service.
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After 18 months of preparation, patients have moved into their new home in The Foley Center at Chestnut Ridge! The operation went smoothly from start to finish and we are so happy to serve our patients in this beautiful facility. Learn all about move day here: http://bit.ly/2iAOjhu
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Flu season is upon us! Here's what you need to know about stopping the spread of illnesses like flu and stomach viruses. We are asking for your help: If you are sick or not feeling well, please refrain from visiting family or friends at our healthcare facilities and be sure to notify your doctor if you don't recover quickly... http://bit.ly/2iJwTjj
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Call 828-268-8960 or register online for the 2017 Heart Shape Event: http://bit.ly/2hUwRUM! February is Heart Month! Each year, we gather at the Paul H. Broyhill Wellness Center to help our community members care for their hearts. Take advantage of 15 free health screenings valued at $500. Heart Shape attendees get free admission to be an honorary member for the day!
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More than 50 years ago, a shy 17-year-old Brenda Hoss’ had her very first job interview - at Cannon Memorial Hospital. It meant leaving her family behind in Roan Mountain, TN to pursue a new dream. Brenda's story will inspire anyone to keep striving to achieve goals... http://bit.ly/2iv2kxx
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Watauga Medical Center 336 Deerfield Rd Boone, NC 28607
336 Deerfield RoadUSNorth CarolinaBoone28607
(828) 262-4100apprhs.org
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"I have seen Dr. Jerica Smith twice this year and she is just great!"
"And then when you call the office the staff acts like you are bothering them."
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London Stringer
a month ago
I have seen Dr. Jerica Smith twice this year and she is just great! She's very kind and attentive, and always listens to all of my symptoms/opinions with concern and care. She has even been open to suggestions and requests that I've made, and always expresses a genuine desire to help me get well. The only downside I've noticed is that scheduling and getting medicines/treatments ordered takes a VERY long time at this office. (For example, we had to call repeatedly to inquire about an MRI appointment in October, and it took almost a month for them to finally schedule it.) Other than that, I have been very pleased with my interactions here.
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Mike Eovino
6 years ago
The staff at Watauga took wonderful care of our young daughter who was admitted with a serious illness. And at the same time, they took great care of my wife and me.
Mlc">A Google User
5 years ago
went in for kidney stones. called back after a month of not hearing anything and they told me they sent my account to collections 2 days ago and refused to deal with me. i was working and going to school full time and made very little money. i was supposed to be a charity case, where they remove part of my charges because of my income and school. never tried to contact me (unless they were the automated messaged that i kept getting on my voicemail that was too garbled to understand). these people are very rude. completely screwed me over. i have been paying on this bill for over 2 years now.
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Lisa Shinn
4 months ago
Doctors are wonderful and listen to you and take their time with you. Staff is not so great. Especially when you are trying to get test results. I saw them six months ago to have some tests done and had to call several times for the doctor's assistant to tell me the results. The doctors promise that you will hear something from them but you don't. And then when you call the office the staff acts like you are bothering them. If don't want to give results over the phone at least send something in the mail. I received nothing in the mail from them. The most recent visit I was told that the test results would be back the next morning. Called twice and was finally told that the tests take two days and the person on the phone acted like I was bothering her. Really looking to find another healthcare provider. When you don't feel well you like to know what is wrong with you and not have an attitude from someone.
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nick murphy
4 years ago
Doctor was rude and inappropriate.
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lisa lopez
3 months ago