The Mercy Clinic will be closed the following dates:
November 27 – 28, 2019 (Thanksgiving Break)
December 16, 2019 – January 6, 2020 (Christmas Break)
Missouri Baptist University works with Mercy Medical to provide on campus office visits.
The campus nurse practitioner, Sondra McClanahan, is available Monday through Thursday from 1 p.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.
Students, staff and faculty can schedule appointments through My Mercy, the options below, the phone outside of the clinic, or by calling 314-364-3970. The clinic is located in Spartan Village Building 503.
To schedule an appointment, click on an option below:
Office Visit – New Patient (Patient who has not been seen by a Mercy Provider in the last 3 years or has not used the clinic at MBU)
Office Visit – Established Patient (Patient who has seen a Mercy Provider in the past 3 years or uses the Mercy Clinic at MBU)
Physical – Established Patient (Physicals for sports, yearly to look at overall health and well being provided to established patients only.)
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:
*All medical billed directly to insurance.
Your health questions answered 24/7!
When you have a health question or you’re sick, get expert advice right away from Mercy’s Nurse On Call line. Experienced, registered nurses are available to answer your health questions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just call 885-887-2150 for expert advice about how to manage your symptoms on your own, if you need to see a doctor the next day or if you need immediate medical attention.
And remember Mercy Clinic has an office right on campus. Stop in and see the nurse practitioner, Sondra McClanahan for health questions or treatment Monday through Thursday from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. .
In between, expert medical advice is just a toll-free call away – anytime, day or night.
Mercy offers a Behavior Health Network comprised of over 2000 Behavioral Health Specialty Providers. The Network includes Psychiatrists, Licensed Counselors and Social Workers.
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