SIMPLIFIED HEALTHCARE EXPERIENCE
Schedule an appointment on our website or walk-in and check in at our front desk kiosk. Your treatment process will begin promptly at your appointed time with little to no waiting at our Asheville clinic.
FINANCIALLY TRANSPARENT PROCESS
All services received at our clinic are covered by one flat rate that will be due at the time of service. This low flat rate includes any X-rays, in-house labs, procedures etc. associated with the condition being treated. If your provider determines a follow up visit is required to complete your treatment, that is also included.
FRIENDLY AND OPEN ENVIRONMENT
Our experienced and highly skilled staff strives to provide you with a premium customer service experience, with no white lab coat in sight.
WHAT ELSE CAN YOU
expect from range?
Our promise to our community is that Range Urgent Care will always strive to be a part of the solution in healthcare and not part of the problem.
We are an opioid responsible clinic because we care about our patients experience long after the injury that led them to our doors. Opioids have consistently led to more problems than they solve. This is why we constantly will challenge ourselves, our vendors and the healthcare community to find better solutions for pain management that do not lead to such destructive consequences.
We offer our patients the safety and privacy they need when visiting our clinic and interacting with our staff.
We are a small business, owned and operated by a husband-and-wife team. It is important to us that we provide our staff with a living wage to help impact our local economy for the better.
MATHEW TROWBRIDGE, PE, MBA
Mathew received his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Clemson University in 2008 and spent 7 years in the construction industry in project management, estimating and design with both a large general contractor and small engineering firm. Mathew earned his Professional Engineering License in 2013 and completed the MBA program at the University of South Carolina in December of 2017. Mathew has a passion for innovation, technology and improving the healthcare experience.
STEPHANIE TROWBRIDGE, MD
Dr. Trowbridge is an Emergency Room Physician, board certified in Emergency Medicine and EMS Medical Direction and has been practicing medicine in the Emergency Room since 2011. Stephanie earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences from Clemson University in 2007 and a Doctorate of Medicine from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine in 2011. Stephanie’s Emergency Room experience then began at Duke University, where she trained in the Emergency Medicine Program for three years and ultimately became Chief Resident. Stephanie received additional training at the University of North Carolina where she sub specialized in pre-hospital medicine and also practiced as an attending physician in the UNC Emergency Room. Stephanie still maintains a position in the Emergency Room at Pardee Hospital in Hendersonville.
Mathew and Stephanie first met at Clemson University and are both avid Tiger fans! They were married in Swannanoa in 2012. They love spending time with their dog Waylon, toddler Graham and the latest addition to the family, their daughter Nora, who they welcomed to the world on December 14, 2017. Mathew and Stephanie also enjoy spending time outdoors hiking and camping. Mathew particularly enjoys playing soccer and fly-fishing in the beautiful rivers surrounding Asheville.
DOMINIQUE MUHS, PA-C
Dominique is a Certified Physician Assistant and has been practicing medicine since 2007. She was born and raised in the Midwest and obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Missouri, Columbia. In early 2000, she relocated to New York and it was there she felt determined to move forward with a medical career. She volunteered as an Emergency Medical Technician for 5 years and was honored as “EMT of the Year.” In 2005 she was accepted into the PA program and in 2007, Dominique obtained her Physician’s Assistant degree from Touro College of Health Sciences.
Over the past 10 years, Dominique has worked in the areas of Emergency Medicine, Trauma, Vascular Surgery and most recently, Urgent Care. She recently relocated to the beautiful WNC area, a lifelong dream. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, cooking, crafting and spending time outdoors with her two dogs.
ALYSSA VAHALA, PA-C
Alyssa is a certified Physician Assistant and attended Butler University for both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees. During her time in school, she was very involved with the global health organization Timmy Global Health, and was privileged to assist on a medical mission in Guatemala. On that trip, she met her fiancé Zach. Alyssa completed her training in 2013. For the past four years, she has been practicing in various emergency departments with CEMA and USACS in the Carolinas HealthCare System. In addition to her clinical duties, she served as Lead Advanced Practice Provider (APP) at two emergency department satellites. Her leadership and teaching skills began to grow as it was her responsibility to on-board new APPs, foster a supportive community, and create educational seminars for improved quality of care to patients.
This past spring, Alyssa’s fiancé Zach had matched at MAHEC for his family medicine residency, and the two happily relocated to Asheville. She has always loved the mountains and Asheville has allowed her to delve deeper into her hobbies. She feels fortunate to camp and hike regularly, enjoy Asheville’s craft brewery and food scene, and embrace the arts culture. She is even learning how to pluck away on her new banjo. If Alyssa isn’t in town, you can find her traveling to visit friends and family, or to explore new places and cultures. Alyssa is delighted to be a member of the Range Urgent Care team. She is excited to be a part of creating a warm and welcoming experience to each patient we serve requiring acute care.
BRANNON GODBOLD, RT(R)
Brannon graduated from AB Tech Community College in May of 2017 with a Radiography Associates degree in Applied Science. During her training, she spent over 1500 clinical hours in several different radiology settings, including Emergency Room, Operating Room, Urgent Care, Diagnostic, Pediatric and Interventional Radiology, but has found that the Urgent Care setting is what she enjoys the most. Brannon has been in the medical field for 20 years and has experience working in all aspects of a medical practice.
Brannon is a native of Asheville. She has lived all over the city throughout her life, but currently resides in Fletcher with her 21-year-old daughter, Ariana, and 13-year-old Yorkie, Daisy Mae. She loves all of the interesting things Asheville has to offer, but particularly enjoys all of the fabulous restaurants and musical entertainment that we are so fortunate to have. Her favorite pastimes are cooking and spending time with her very large extended family. Because she was born and lived there until the age of two, and it is the home state of her entire family, she is a HUGE fan of the Alabama Crimson Tide (Roll Tide!!!) and always looks forward to football season. She is thrilled to be on the staff at Range UC and is very excited to begin her career as an x-ray technologist on our team!
VICKI SCALISE, RT (R)
Vicki was born in Canton, Ohio home of the NFL Hall of Fame. She moved to Florida with her family and later met her future husband Tony and were married in 1987. They moved back to Tony’s home town of Belle Vernon PA. Where they raised their two boys, Anthony 27, and Christopher 23. Vicki moved from PA in 2007 to Wilson, NC where Tony was hired at BB&T as a computer engineer. With both boys now grown she decided to pursue an education in the medical field of Radiology. Graduating in May 2015 from Rocky Mount Community College with an Associates Degree in Applied Science in Radiography and a member of Phi Theta Kappa. Vicki was hired at Wilson Immediate Care as a radiography/Lab technician. In the 2 1/2 years at WIC, Vicki realized that she really enjoyed the close knit family atmosphere that a small urgent care offers. Asheville has always been a place where they have wanted to live and she is excited to have this opportunity to do so.
Joshua graduated from AB Tech with an A.A.S. in emergency medical science in 2014 and is currently getting his B.S. at WCU. He started working as an EMT in 2012 in Haywood County and has been working as a paramedic for Buncombe County EMS since then. Although this is is Josh’s first time in an urgent care setting, he has volunteered at many clinics, providing free healthcare for underserved communities in the Appalachian area. Joshua is originally from Jacksonville Beach, Florida where he spent most of his days riding bikes and enjoying the ocean. He has a passion for travel and adventure, traveling extensively around the globe, from Guatemala (where much of his family lives) to Europe and Asia. Josh brought his love for cycling and watersports to the mountains and you can usually find him riding around Pisgah forest and paddling down the French Broad with his wife Christina.