Appalachian Family Care is currently accepting new patients.
Appalachian Family Care was established in 2006 with the goal of providing primary healthcare based on wellness protocols and sound all natural interventions.
The personal attention you would expect from a small practice, with the screening and disease management you would expect from a large group.
At Appalachian Family Care, we offer a personalized and friendly atmosphere. We tailor our care to accommodate each individual patient's needs.
At Appalachian Family Care in Johnson City, Tennessee, we treat and diagnose a wide range of medical conditions for children (age 2 and older), adults, and geriatrics. We provide our patients with a wide range of primary care medical services.
Our list of treatment services includes:
Nausea and Vomiting
Sports and School Physicals
In order to make our clinic as convenient and affordable as possible, we accept the vast majority of health insurance plans and even offer self-pay options for patients without insurance. For more information, call us at 423.282.2516 .
"I have been seeing the kind folks at AFC for a long time, and I can honestly say I am sitting here writing this because of them. I remember a time not so long ago when I was in and out of emergency rooms from here to Bristol, in pain and scared, and except for a few notable exceptions I was treated like criminal trying to get pills. The ER docs just didn't seem to care, especially if you had no insurance. How I came across Appalachian Family Care could have been by accident or fate, but I think it had to be the latter. Since then I have been getting consistent affordable care that works."
"Best I've ever been to. Everyone is always good to me and very friendly. My husband, daughter, and grand children all go to see Mr. Clever."
"Me and my daughter have been seeing Mr. Clever for almost two years now. Staff is wonderful and upbeat. Mr. Clever goes beyond his job to do what he can to help you and listens to everything that is wrong. Would definitely recommend him."