Mercy Urgent Care is expanding weekend operating hours at two of its locations in Western North Carolina. These new hours will go into effect on Sunday, October 2. The Weaverville and West Asheville clinics will now be open from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on…Read more.
During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the flu seemed to fall by the wayside, not receiving nearly as much attention as its more recent and deadly cousin. However, the flu is still a dangerous illness that needs to be taken seriously by employers…Read more.
National Concussion Awareness Day, Sept. 16, is a great time to review your company’s protocols for head injuries in the workplace. Concussions or traumatic brain injuries that occur on the job typically happen due to falls, falling objects or motor ve…Read more.
Is your company looking for an accurate but less invasive drug screening process for employees and candidates? Mercy Urgent Care now offers drug screenings using mouth swab and saliva collection options, both on-site and in-clinic. What are the benefit…Read more.
DID YOU KNOW? More than 70% of the country’s workforce requires some form of vision correction. Additionally, 143 million adults wear some type of prescription eyewear. With numbers like that, it is likely that many in your workforce may need some type…Read more.
Mercy Urgent Care is pleased to announce its new program, Mercy Mindful, bringing mental healthcare services to its West Asheville location, at 1201 Patton Ave. To lead this program, Mercy hired two new providers specializing in mental health, physicia…Read more.