Mercy Urgent Care’s Weaverville facility is expanding its operating hours beginning Monday, June 28. The clinic, located at 61 Weaver Blvd., Suite 106, will now be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and…Read more.
From the June Mercy Occupational Medicine eNewsletter It may seem counterintuitive for Americans to have concerns about getting vaccinated for COVID-19, a disease that has killed millions worldwide. After all, more than 300 million doses have been dist…Read more.
From the June Mercy Occupational Medicine eNewsletter OSHA will now require healthcare employers with more than 10 employees to have written COVID-19 plans. This is an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) and requires compliance with most provisions with…Read more.
From the June Mercy Occupational Medicine eNewsletter A head injury can be one of the most dangerous and costly on-the-job accidents employees and their employers face. Concussions and other traumatic brain injuries need prompt diagnosis and treatment…Read more.
From the June Mercy Occupational Medicine eNewsletter Each June, the National Safety Council reminds employers to spend some time reviewing and addressing workplace safety in honor of National Safety Month, drawing special attention to the leading cau…Read more.
Mercy Urgent Care President and Chief Executive Officer Tim Johnston is retiring after 27 years of service with the Sisters of Mercy organization. Rachel Sossoman will take over as President and CEO of Mercy Urgent Care and the Catherine McAuley Mercy…Read more.