The Appalachian District Health Department will be launching a new brand and logo that better represents our commitment to care for our community through service to our patients and our community.
The Appalachian District Health Department was established in 1933 and covers Alleghany, Ashe and Watauga Counties. The health department provides many services such as high quality clinical care, nutrition services, Women Infants and Children (WIC), community health services and environmental health services.
The Appalachian District Health Department will transition to a new brand and logo for each of the programs, departments and services offered by the health department. This transition will take place in a phased approach, over the next six to nine months. In the coming months, we will work to inform our patients, stakeholders and the community and ensure they are informed to connect the new look back to the quality service provided by Appalachian District Health Department offices in their own community.
The rebranding initiative represents our ability to continue to provide high quality patient care and essential services that are critical for the health of the public. We are committed to serving our patients and clients and ensuring the fulfillment of our mission to promote safe and healthy living, prevent disease and protect the environment.
“This new look is all about better representing the range of quality services that are part of Appalachian District Health Department. We believe this provides us an opportunity to better explain what services we provide our communities –including quality clinical healthcare services, medical nutrition services, community health and prevention services, and environmental health services,” said Jennifer Greene, Deputy Health Director.