Use your existing MyMercy account to manage your health information and communicate with your doctor on your mobile devices.
With MyMercy you can:
• Review test results, medications, immunization history, and more
• Stay in touch with your physician
• Manage your appointments
• Upload health and fitness data, including data from the "Apple Health app", when enrolled in self-tracking programs
• View and pay your bill
• Access your family's health information
You must first create an account through www.mymercy.net. If you require support accessing your existing account, contact us at 1-888-98-MERCY (1-888-986-3729) or visit www.mymercy.net for more help options.
Have feedback about the app? Email us at email@example.com.
MyMercy 6.0 is here!
The latest version of MyMercy for your iOS device expands the possibilities of what you can do from your device within a more user-friendly, more intuitive environment. MyMercy 6.0 now supports Apple’s latest biometric authentication methods, Passcode, Touch ID or Face ID, depending on iPhone model. MyMercy 6.0 also gives you password and ID retrieval, notifications and scheduling alerts… and lets you access online support from your device. Download your MyMercy upgrade from the App Store.
Ratings and Reviews
Good app, but confusing some times
So I love the app, being able to check on upcoming appointments, deal with billing statements and payment, having phone numbers and addresses with suite numbers, all of it. Only really have one problem, and one suggestion.
Problem: I often get notifications that I have a new message/billing letter. I open the app, click on the alerts and see an old (but not yet due) statement amount and a line saying the other message is only viewable on the website. Seems silly I can’t check it on the app, but whatever. Go to the website, check message, and only message listed is regarding the bill due a week from “now.” If the notification is truly just a payment reminder, just say “payment reminder: bill due in 7 days.” Would save concern that some important note is being missed.
Unrelated suggestion: my app icon lives on my home screen. If there should be an emergency, it would be handy if the app would either list primary doctor and/or favored hospital on the app welcome screen without needing to log in. Also, if there is any way to add that info to the the phone lock screen that’d also be handy. Tricky to do, but handy if possible.
Great update to an already good app
This app is very helpful. Being able to contact my doctor on the go is great. Plus, I have access to my family members' accounts and their doctors and clinics. I liked the app before, but the recent updates makes it even easier and more intuitive. The new push notifications for new activity is great!
While the interface in general improved, the most used info for me is now gone. I can no longer graph my blood work to see improvements or areas where I’ve slipped back. I can only look at one lab at a time and have to manually open each test and place it in a spreadsheet to see my progress. This was the largest most important thing I tracked to stay on top of my blood numbers.
Put this back and I’ll most likely change rating to 5 stars.
- Mercy Health
- 48.6 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Arabic, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Spanish, Swedish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2016 Epic Systems Corporation
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.