Mission Pharmacy currently serves patients and employees at locations throughout Western North Carolina. The pharmacies have strong partnerships with Mission outpatient clinics and practices to ensure that patients receive the highest quality pharmacy care.
At Mission Laboratory, our goal is to serve you and your family with the expertise and personal attention you expect from Mission Health. With locally based customer service, we work to make every visit as convenient as possible.
Working a lab appointment into your busy day can be tough. So, we have a Lab Express and four My Care Plus locations in the area that offer convenient parking, expanded hours, reduced wait times and quick results.
For providers only: Laboratory Test Directory
For general questions, contact Mission Hospital Laboratory Call Center at 828-213-5177.
Please call your location to ensure they are open in the event of inclement weather.
Medication Assistance Program (MAP)
Medication Assistance Program (MAP) provides medications, education, and disease state management to low-income patients. The objective of MAP is to improve clinical, economic, and quality of life outcomes for their patients. MAP has been able to demonstrate a reduction in hospital inpatient and outpatient admission for patients enrolled in the program. MAP was honored in 2012 with recognition as a Best Practice in Care Transitions by the American Society of Health System Pharmacists and American Pharmacists Association. Residents will receive exposure to many chronic diseases including, depression, diabetes, COPD, heart failure, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia. Residents are frequently asked to participate in community screenings and health fairs. Skills gained will include exposure to obtaining medications through the pharmaceutical industry, working with low-income patients, performing comprehensive medication reviews, and dispensing medications in a MAP pharmacy.
For questions about the Medication Assistance Program (MAP), call 828-213-5539
Did You Know...
Generic drugs are almost always cheaper—extremely staggering in some cases—than the brand-name equivalents. Due to the price differences insurance companies prefer to pay for generic medications, they often will not cover any of the cost of a brand-name medication when a generic competitor is available.