Mercy Urgent Care is proud and grateful for the veterans of Western North Carolina, and, this Veterans Day, our staff would like to give back to the brave individuals who have served in the military — some of whom are even members of our staff. As a mo…Read more.
Halloween may be a horror-themed holiday, but the fun stops when fright forgoes fiction. In real life, scary situations are seldom enjoyable — only from the comfort of a couch, in the form of a spooky story or film. This Halloween, Mercy Urgent Care wa…Read more.
It’s that time of year again. Autumn has rolled its way into the mountains, and with it comes the ensuing wave of seasonal sicknesses. Each year, Mercy Urgent Care sees and treats more than a thousand patients for the flu virus and its many complicatio…Read more.
On Sept. 24, 1827, the first House of Mercy opened on Baggot Street in Dublin, Ireland. There, Catherine McAuley, founder of the Sisters of Mercy, an international religious institute of Roman Catholic women, opened a school and residence for impoveris…Read more.
Mercy Urgent Care will host its annual Mercy For Haiti fundraiser, this year as an art fair, on Oct. 11 to support the not-for-profit organization’s international missions to Haiti.Read more.