36 hours ago The MyChildrensMercy patient portal provides you access to your child's health information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Additionally, you will be able to: Reschedule or cancel an appointment. View lab results. Message your care providers. View medication list. >> Go To The Portal
If this is a new patient portal account for a child who is over 18 years of age, please have them follow the instructions for "I am enrolling for the first time."
If you had a patient portal account and your child is now over the age of 18, access to their account will be removed. We can help you regain that access with their permission.
If the young adult is not able to give consent, they will not be permitted to have access to the patient portal. The legal guardianship can register to access the patient portal.
Once you have the access code, log into your own account > point to the ' Settings' option in the navigation bar. Then click ' Account Access' option in the drop-down menu followed by ' Add Dependent' option. MyMercy will walk you through the steps to gain access to set up your child's MyMercy account.
Your family members must grant you access to their MyMercy accounts if they choose. They can do this by logging in to MyMercy > pointing to the ' Settings' option in the navigation bar > clicking on the ' Account Access' option in the drop-down menu > then looking for and clicking on the ' Grant Access' option.
The date, test, status and who ordered the test are all shown in your results. Some results may take hours to process, while others may take days or weeks to process. A result of ' Available on' means that the results will be available on MyMercy soon, but are not yet shown due to Mercy policy.
To grant proxy access, log into your MyMercy account > point to the ' Settings' option in the navigation bar, > click on the ' Account Access - Grant Access' option. MyMercy will walk you through the steps for granting others access to your MyMercy account.
If matching information is not found, contact MyMercy customer service at 1-888-98-MERCY or 1-888-986-3729 for help.
Yes. You will be able to see the information that Mercy specialty doctors enter in your medical record, such as, medications they're prescribing for you. You may also see information about your visits with Mercy specialists using the MyMercy 'Past Appointments' feature.
You control your password, and your MyMercy information cannot be accessed without that password. MyMercy also uses the latest encryption technology and does not store any personal health information on your computer.