The Sisters of Mercy have served the healthcare needs of the people of
Western North Carolina since their arrival in Asheville in 1900. Today,
we provide the people of Asheville, Buncombe County and surrounding counties
with medical care at
our not-for-profit facilities. To date, we have served more
than a million patients in the WNC region.
For 25 years, the Sisters of
Mercy Urgent Care centers
have provided evaluation and treatment of injuries and illnesses of a non-life-threatening
nature to the general public on a walk-in basis. Our centers also provide
medical care to the employees of over 70 percent of all businesses and
industries in Buncombe County.
Our organization also takes health care directly into the workplace through Mercy Occupational Medicine.
Urgent Care - Medical care for non-life-threatening injuries and illness.
Our Sisters of Mercy Urgent Care centers provide evaluation and treatment
of non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses to the men, women and
children of the region. The Urgent
Care Centers serve more people than any other facility of their type
in Western North Carolina, with over 50,000 patient visits each year.
Mercy Occupational Medicine - On-site medical care for business and industry.
Sisters of Mercy physicians and nurses take health care into the workplace through Mercy Occupational Medicine.
Catherine McAuley MERCY Foundation - Supports the mission and ministry of the Sisters of
Mercy Urgent Care in the community through contributions and
The Catherine McAuley MERCY Foundation is named after Catherine McAuley, who established the Sisters of Mercy in 1827.
Helpful Links about the Sisters of Mercy
Sisters of Mercy of the
Americas South Central Community
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina Foundation
Sisters of Mercy Services Corporation
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