Mercy Clinic at MBU - Missouri Baptist University

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For the past several years, MBU has partnered with Mercy to provide an on-campus health clinic for students, faculty and staff. Unfortunately, Mercy will no longer continue to operate the Mercy Clinic at MBU. The last day for the Mercy Clinic at MBU will be Wednesday, April 24, 2024. 

While we are disappointed that MBU will no longer have the Mercy Clinic on campus, we are blessed to have access to ample health care options within just a few minutes of campus.  

Until April 24, 2024, the campus nurse practitioner, Jenna O’Shea, is available Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. to meet with patients who visit the clinic. The Mercy Clinic at MBU office operates the same as a normal medical office, offering services such as sick/acute visits, personal wellness visits, vaccinations, chronic disease care, and mental screenings.

Location

Spartan Village, Building 503

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Phone number: (314) 304-3838

Hours

Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Schedule an Appointment

Students, staff and faculty can schedule appointments through My Mercy, the options below, the phone outside of the clinic, or by calling (314) 304-3838.


(Patient who has not been seen by a Mercy Provider in the last 3 years or has not used the clinic at MBU)

(Patient who has seen a Mercy Provider in the past 3 years or uses the Mercy Clinic at MBU)

(Physicals for sports, yearly to look at overall health and well being provided to established patients only.)

(Available to those with or without a Mercy PCP)

(Online screening tool available to those with or without a Mercy PCP displaying COVID-19 symptoms)


If you do not have a My Mercy account, go to http://www.mymercy.net and click create account. Enter information about yourself (name, email address, date of birth). You will create an user ID and password that must include at least eight characters, letters, and numbers. Next you will then complete the challenge questions. Read and check the terms and conditions and then click continue. Afterwards, you should receive a welcome and Mercy access code which you will use to access your account and patient information as well as schedule appointments in the future.

MBU students, faculty and staff have access to full spectrum of services through the Mercy Network. Some services on campus include:

  • Sick/acute visits
  • Personal wellness visits (i.e. health screenings, promotion of healthy lifestyle behaviors)
  • Assist in management of chronic disease such as asthma and diabetes
  • Vaccinations, immunizations and travel medicine
  • Stress management  and depression screening

*All medical costs are billed directly to insurance


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