I wouldn’t recommend visiting Mercy whatsoever. I made a visit to the ER recently and my out of pocket total was going to be in excess of $600; I was asked what I wanted to pay that day, to which I requested $150, and would like them to bill me the remainder. That’s what they gave me on my receipt. Instead, the next day they not only charged the $150, but then took it upon themselves to suck out an additional $621 and then two days later decided they wanted to take another $100, all of which was done without my consent or knowledge. Then, when I called their account services line, I was told, “we don’t see those at all, you probably need to call your bank.” Regardless of the fact that my bank shows POSTED transactions listed as Mercy Hospital Rogers. Yeah, some coincidence, huh? They wanted documentation of these charges, which I told them I’m happy to email right over. They said I had to fax them, or send them by mail. When I told them I didn’t have immediate access to a fax and absolutely was not going to tolerate sending by mail and waiting endlessly to have this remedied, they acted like that was too bad for me. Absolutely ludicrous to have a hospital of this size be so careless with patient’s finances, and so callous about rectifying their mistakes.