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.
Mercy Urgent Care is thankful for many things — and, this Thanksgiving, we’re especially grateful for our attitude of gratitude. What’s an attitude of gratitude? It’s the concept behind recognizing and appreciating the blessings in our lives, and it pl…Read more.
Happy Thanksgiving from our Mercy family to yours! We hope everyone has a great holiday. Each of our six locations will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. Also, please note Buncombe and Yancey County locations will close at 5:30 PM on Wednesday, November 2…Read more.
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 region’s men and women who’ve served in the military — some of whom are even members of our staff. Each…Read more.