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 Urgent Care or ER?
Visit Sisters of Mercy
Urgent Care for
  • cuts
  • strains
  • broken bones
  • cold/flu symptoms
  • digestive issues
  • skin irritation
and other non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses.
Visit the ER or call 911 for
  • chest pain
  • difficulty breathing
  • severe bleeding
  • head trauma
  • loss of consciousness
  • blurred vision
  • coughing or vomiting blood
  • numbness in face, arm or leg
  • difficulty speaking
  • mental confusion
  • too weak to stand
Click here for more info on when to visit Urgent Care and when to visit the ER.

Sisters of Mercy Urgent Care Media Contact:
Sharon Owen, Executive Assistant/Fundraising Coordinator
Sisters of Mercy Services, (828) 281-2598


September 2014: Sisters of Mercy Services Corporation annual report 2014 released (PDF)

April 2013: Sisters of Mercy Urgent care extends hours (PDF)

For more news, visit the news section of our website.


March 2013: Health experts stress knowing when to visit hospital vs. other care facility (PDF)

February 2013: Medical, physical challenges make falls common issue for elderly (PDF)

January 2013: Fighting the flu requires prevention, treatment (PDF)

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