MyMercy is an easy-to-use online tool for patients receiving care and treatment at Mercy Hospital in St. Louis. By registering for a MyMercy account at www.mymercy.net, patients can get access to services and information wherever they are.
Having a MyMercy account allows patients to do all this and much more through the health system’s online network. The service makes it easier for patients to access various medical products and services from the comfort of their computers or smartphones.
Mercy Hospital patients with MyMercy accounts are able to:
· Communicate with their medical care teams
· Schedule and manage appointments
· Access past test results, medication records, and their general medical history
· Access their family’s medical information quickly and easily
· Pay medical bills and purchase medication
How to access/register a MyMercy account
Registering for a MyMercy account is a quick and straightforward process. If you do not have an account, all you need to do is visit www.mymercy.net, where you will be requested to fill out and submit a simple registration form.
For further inquiries, you can speak to a representative from Mercy Hospital by dialing their main office at 314-251-4772. You can also send an email with your questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org where it will be received and responded to promptly.
About Mercy Health System
Founded in 1986 by the Sisters of Mercy, Mercyhealth has grown into the 7th largest Catholic healthcare organization in the US where it caters to dozens of communities.
The regional health system currently employs over 700 physicians in 5 hospitals and 80 medical facilities spread across northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. They cater to over 50 communities in these regions and are dedicated to providing adequate healthcare services to the families in these communities to create a better living environment.
Being a well-structured integrated healthcare provider, their healthcare services cover the four core service divisions, which are clinic-based services, hospital-based services, retail and post-acute care services, and medical insurance services.