We also found out they are a lot cheaper than Mercy's labs, if you have to pay for your blood tests.
Whenever I don't have a need for an "urgent" blood draw I stay away from Mercy. While the Lab Techs are skilled and competent, the MMH billing and accounting system is inept. To the point they almost beg an audit. Nah, I don't do Mercy in any regard unless I'm in such a serious condition that I can't be transported and treated elsewhere.
Ever notice that most Monroe Drs. have a MMH bloodwork form and there's a blank for "other" but none for "Annual"? Most Insurance Cos. cover the majority (if not all) of your "annual" bloodwork. Just try to get an MMH person to code it Annual (yup, had it checked, my Sis can even look up the current code number) and bill it correctly.
Yup, that's your first step downhill into the quagmire of MMH billing hell. Too many of my well paid and well insured co-workers and friends have had goofy annual bloodwork bills, etc., sent over to collection agencies.
Just when they had been getting over their 25 year ago reputation and provided quality care, they muck it up like this.
Nah, nah; stay away.