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COVID-19 Vaccine Statement

Asheville Neurology’s Position Statement on the COVID-19 Vaccine  We have received many questions from our patients regarding whether or not they should get the COVID-19 Vaccine. At this time, based on what we know about the Covid-19 vaccine, there are no neurological contraindications for getting the vaccine. This means that what you are being treated […]

No Show Policy Updates

Please note that beginning October 1st 2020, we will be re-instating our late cancellation/no show policy. We do understand that emergencies arise and will address these situations on a case by case basis. We would also like to remind everyone that we are still offering telehealth (video and phone appointments) to patients with participating insurances […]

Interpreter Services at Asheville Neurology Specialists

Compassionate Care in your Language   Are you a non-native English speaker and have an upcoming appointment with Asheville Neurology Specialists? Call us at 828-210-9300 to let us know you would like to have an interpreter be present with you at your appointment. WCMS’ mission is to be the voice of the physician, advocating for […]

Keeping You Safe

As we move into the middle of May and the first Phase of NC’s “Re-Opening,” we wanted to talk about our continuing efforts to keep our patients and staff members safe during this pandemic. Even though the state is beginning its reopening process, we will continue our efforts to reduce exposure risk of COVID-19 in […]

EEG Testing to Resume 5/5/2020

Due to COVID-19 social distancing recommendations and guidance from the CDC, we had postponed our EEG testing until the month of May. Starting next week on 5/5/2020, we will continue our EEG testing with increased cleaning protocols. All patients and our technician will be required to wear a face mask during the test. Our clinic […]

A Letter from Our Practice Administrator

4/2/2020 To our Valued Patients, Here are some of the steps we’ve taken in response to the continually evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and stay at home declarations: We have a screening protocol in place to ask screening questions prior to your scheduled appointment. If you or anyone in your immediate family answers “yes” to any […]

Telemedicine at Asheville Neurology Specialists

In light of the COVID-19 situation, we have started doing virtual visits for our appointments that can be completed without coming into the office.  Doxy.me is our chosen way to communicate for video chat, and it is one of the ways that is reccomended by the Department of Health and Human Services. If you are […]

Asheville Neurology’s Response to COVID-19

UPDATED 3-25-2020 If you have a fever and/or respiratory symptoms (cough/shortness of breath/sneezing) or have been in contact with a person with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 in the last 14 days, DO NOT COME TO YOUR APPOINTMENT.Please call our office at (828) 210-9300 for further instructions. Our patient population consists mainly of individuals who fall […]

ANS Welcomes a New Physician Assistant!

International Women’s Day was this past Sunday. In light of such an inspirational holiday, we think it’s the perfect time to introduce to you our newest Physician Assistant: Allyssa Dennard! Allyssa completed her Master of Clinical Medical Science at Barry University in Miami, Florida in 2019. She also obtained her Bachelor of Science in Health […]

2020 Committees at Asheville Neurology

2020 Marks the Creation of 3 Committees at Asheville Neurology Specialists!   Diversity and Inclusion Committee: The Diversity Committee is committed to helping to create a more inclusive environment for our patients and staff members at Asheville Neurology. The committee will focus on staying up do date on current research regarding diversity and inclusion within […]