Urgent Care Awareness Month
This May, join Mercy Urgent Care in celebrating National Urgent Care Awareness Month, which shines a light on the important role urgent care centers play in our national health care system. When unexpected injuries or health issues arise, many people’s…Read more.
Expanded hours at East and South Asheville locations
Mercy Urgent Care is expanding operating hours at its East and South Asheville locations beginning Sunday, April 23, 2023. The East Asheville clinic, located at 1272 Tunnel Rd., and South Asheville clinic, located at 1833 Hendersonville Rd., will…Read more.
Mercy partners with WNC Bridge Foundation to provide MercyMe memberships to area families
Mercy Urgent Care is pleased to announce it has received partnership support from WNC Bridge Foundation to provide yearlong MercyMe healthcare memberships to 32 families in Western North Carolina. The recipients are primarily employees of nonprofit org…Read more.
Brain Injury Awareness Month: Concussions in the Workplace
According to the Brain Injury Association of America, at least 2.8 million people sustain traumatic brain injuries — more commonly known as concussions — each year in the United States. About 24% of these injuries happen in the workplace, most commonly…Read more.
Give the Gift of Health
The holidays are a time for giving back and helping others via gifts of time, money, or physical presents. But did you know helping others is actually good for you as well? Research shows that the act of giving can boost your physical and mental health…Read more.
Thanksgiving Safety Tips
Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to gather with friends and family, eat delicious food, watch football or the parade, and travel. While Thanksgiving is filled with all these wonderful moments, it can also bring the possibility of burns, cuts, scrapes a…Read more.