Mercy Urgent Care is pleased to announce it will now provide COVID-19 vaccinations at the Mercy Urgent Care South location, 1833 Hendersonville Road in Asheville, beginning Thursday, April 15.
The Moderna vaccine will be available by appointment at no cost to individuals age 18 and up. Additionally, vaccinations will be made available to walk-in patients as time and doses allow, with openings announced day-of on this page and on Mercy’s social media accounts.
Mercy Urgent Care is able to provide vaccinations through its partnership with Lutheran Church of the Nativity and Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry, along with support from sponsors Advanced Data & Network Solutions, Advanced Business Equipment, Blue Ray Imaging, Blue Ridge X-Ray, Chambers Auto and Fab, First Citizens Bank, ISA, MAHEC, MWA Waste, Staples, TLC Medical and Unifirst.
“We’re incredibly grateful to our vaccination partners,” said Grace Barnwell, Director of Occupational Medicine at Mercy Urgent Care. “Helping provide access to vaccines to those in our community who want it is the ideal way to bring this pandemic to an end.”
Appointments can be made at solvhealth.com/book-online/gQJ5v0. Vaccinations will be administered at Mercy Urgent Care South, 1833 Hendersonville Road.
Mercy Urgent Care is committed to providing access to COVID-19 vaccinations for historically marginalized populations.
COVID-19 Vaccination Information:
- The best COVID-19 vaccine is the first one available to you. Do not wait for a specific brand. All currently authorized and recommended vaccines are safe, effective, and reduce your risk of severe illness.
- You cannot get COVID-19 from the vaccine.
- You may have a temporary reaction like a sore arm, headache, fever or feeling tired and achy for a day or two after you get a vaccine. This is normal and a sign that your immune system is learning how to recognize and fight the virus that causes COVID-19.
- It works. Authorized vaccines have been proven to help prevent COVID-19 are effective in preventing hospitalization and death. And you’re protected. Your privacy is protected at all times — no personal information will be sent to the CDC.
- The vaccine has not yet been shown to reduce the transmission of the virus; therefore it is important to continue to follow the public health guidance around prevention even after receiving the vaccine, including all of the following: proper social distancing, wearing a mask or face shield when out in public, frequently washing your hands — and, if any symptoms develop consistent with COVID-19, self-isolate and get tested.
- Supply will be limited at first. But everyone has a spot to take their shot. Go to YourSpotYourShot.nc.gov for information. Find out about the vaccines and where you’ll be able to take your best shot against COVID-19.