Tips for a safe (and spooky) Halloween
Halloween may be a horror-themed holiday, but the fun stops when fright forgoes fiction. In real life, scary situations are seldom enjoyable — only from the comfort of a couch, in the form of a spooky story or film. This Halloween, Mercy Urgent Care wa…Read more.
Did you know that drowsy driving is responsible for more than 6,400 deaths in the U.S. annually? Or did you know that nearly 30% of American drivers have admitted to falling asleep at the wheel? National Drowsy Driving Prevention Week, Nov. 6-13, is ai…Read more.
When temperatures begin to dip and the days get shorter, the seasonal flu rears up to make its presence known. While it may be easy to dismiss the flu as an annual annoyance, influenza is a dangerous illness that should be taken seriously by employers…Read more.
CEO Rachel Sossoman, 2022 Trailblazer Award Recipient
Mercy Urgent Care is pleased to announce that President and CEO Rachel Sossoman has been honored by Business North Carolina as a recipient of a 2022 Trailblazer award. Each year, the magazine’s Trailblazer awards recognize business professionals under…Read more.
Mercy Urgent Care expands weekend hours
Mercy Urgent Care is expanding weekend operating hours at two of its locations in Western North Carolina. These new hours will go into effect on Sunday, October 2. The Weaverville and West Asheville clinics will now be open from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on…Read more.
During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the flu seemed to fall by the wayside, not receiving nearly as much attention as its more recent and deadly cousin. However, the flu is still a dangerous illness that needs to be taken seriously by employers…Read more.