FORT SMITH – Mercy has teamed up with GoHealth Urgent Care to create three new walk-in clinics in Fort Smith.
The three new Mercy-GoHealth centers will replace two existing Mercy Convenient Care centers in Fort Smith and all three will open in newly renovated locations near major retail and traffic corridors. The new centers are:
Mercy GoHealth Urgent Care – Phoenix Avenue
Opening Dec. 5
6801 Phoenix Ave., Suite 2
Mercy GoHealth Urgent Care – Rogers Avenue
Opening in early 2023
4620 Rogers Ave., Suite 101
Mercy GoHealth Urgent Care – Fianna Hills
Opening in early 2023
2501 Market Trace, Suite C
A ribbon-cutting and blessing is scheduled for 8 a.m. Dec. 5 at Mercy GoHealth Urgent Care – Phoenix Avenue. Patient care will transition from Mercy Convenient Care – 79th Street at this time.
Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care also has Arkansas locations in Bentonville, Rogers, Fayetteville, Springdale and Bella Vista, in addition to locations in Missouri and Oklahoma.
Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care supports Mercy's reputation of high-quality, compassionate care that helps patients be well in mind, body and spirit with industry-leading NPS patient satisfaction ratings, customer-focused technology and Innovating Commerce Serving Communities (ICSC) award-winning urgent care center design.
“Every community is experiencing growth in patients who need on-demand, affordable health care, and Fort Smith is no different,” said Sherry Buebendorf, regional president, Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care. “We are thrilled to provide this historic area convenient access to urgent care that is directly connected to the robust services and expertise at Mercy. We look forward to being part of the Fort Smith community and serving residents directly in their neighborhoods.”
Each new center will offer treatment for hundreds of common health concerns for adults and children 6 months and older, including COVID-19, flu, fever, asthma, allergies, minor cuts, burns, pinkeye, urinary tract infections, fractures, sprains, strains and more. Onsite X-ray services and COVID-19 testing are available.
Each location will be open seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Patients have access to quality care quickly and effortlessly with the options to walk in any center, check wait times or save a spot online and pre-register. Patients may also connect with a local urgent care provider remotely in a virtual visit, which can be done at the patient's convenience via a mobile device, computer or tablet.
For a full list of Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care locations, visit https://www.gohealthuc.com/mercy.