One of the best ways to safeguard against sickness is to wash your hands. With the double threat of COVID-19 and the flu, practicing this habit is now even more important. In celebration of Global Handwashing Day, Mercy Urgent Care is sharing these tip…Read more.
Marina Driggers and Carol Hoban After 35 years of providing health care to Transylvania County, Family Nurse Practitioner Carol Hoban is retiring from Brevard’s Frances Warde Family Health, a practice the family nurse practitioner headed for many years…Read more.
Mercy Urgent Care is honored to be an Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce 2020 Sky High Growth Award winner. President & Chief Executive Officer Tim Johnston, Chief Administrative Officer Rachel Sosssoman, and Executive Assistant Sharon Owen accepte…Read more.
Due to unprecedented demand, we are experiencing delays. We apologize for this inconvenience. If you are looking for COVID-19 test results, please consider downloading the LabCorp Patient App, available on desktop and mobile devices. If you are unable…Read more.
No summer season is complete without a good cookout, time spent outdoors — and the use of dazzlingly dangerous explosives. But just as quickly as they light up the night sky, fireworks can turn a joyful celebration into a panicked frenzy or painful mem…Read more.
(Asheville, N.C.) – The Urgent Care Association (UCA) has declared May as Urgent Care Awareness Month. Mercy Urgent Care welcomes neighbors in Western North Carolina to learn more about how urgent care can benefit their health and lives. Just like you…Read more.