Due to the major winter storm heading towards Western North Carolina and for the safety of our patients and staff, please check our inclement weather line for the latest updates on center hours (828) 281-0455. We hope everyone stays safe and we apologi…Read more.
Have you received your flu shot yet this season? There’s no better time to vaccinate than during National Influenza Vaccination Week, Dec. 2-8. Here at Mercy Urgent Care, we want to remind you that yearly vaccination against the flu is important to sto…Read more.
Mercy Urgent Care is seeing red — red ribbons, that is. This Saturday, December 1, Mercy Urgent Care stands united with red ribbon-wearers around the globe in honor of World AIDS Day. Founded in 1988 as the first-ever international health day, World AI…Read more.
Diabetes is one of the leading causes of death and disability in the United States — affecting one in every 10 Americans. As November, American Diabetes Month, winds down, Mercy Urgent Care stresses the importance of diabetes awareness and advocates fo…Read more.
On Nov. 23, 1900, the Sisters of Mercy arrived in the mountains of Western North Carolina, opening an 18-bed tuberculosis sanitarium on the corner of French Broad and Patton Avenues — the first iteration of St. Joseph’s Hospital. One hundred and eighte…Read more.