This May, join Mercy Urgent Care in celebrating National Urgent Care Awareness Month, a time in which we give special recognition to the important role urgent care centers play in our national health care system. When unexpected injuries or health issu…Read more.
For many in Western North Carolina, April marks the real beginning of spring. But for some, it also marks the beginning of allergy season — and seasonal allergies or allergic reactions can make a serious impact on the workplace. Allergies can reduce wo…Read more.
Catherine McAuley MERCY Foundation awards $50,000 grant to ABCCM’s Medical Ministry Clinic and Pharmacy The Catherine McAuley MERCY Foundation recently awarded a $50,000 grant to ABCCM’s Medical Ministry clinic and pharmacy for their work with uninsure…Read more.
In North Carolina, April is the state-declared Alcohol Awareness Month, promoting awareness of the dangers and diseases associated with alcohol misuse and abuse. Alcohol abuse in the workplace not only increases the possibility of on-the-job mistakes o…Read more.
National Minority Health Month, occurring each April, was created to raise awareness about health disparities affecting racial and ethnic minority groups — while also encouraging action through health education, early detection, and control of disease…Read more.
Let’s Talk: COVID Treatment Options Mercy Urgent Care is pleased to announce that Family Nurse Practitioner Grace Barnwell was a panelist for the “Let’s Talk: COVID Treatment Options” online event hosted by the Buncombe County Health Department on Thur…Read more.