It allows you to sign in to any of their local walk-in clinics, all from the comforts of home.
The app will send a text to notify the patient when to head to the doctors and they'll be seen within minutes of their arrival.
UMC has been using the wait from home program since last year, but to this point, it's only been available on a computer.
Reyes Jimenez, one of the creators of the app, thinks this new, easier way will take even more of the hassle out of doctor visits.
"As a parent, I can speak that when you go to the waiting room and you've got a sick kid they already don't feel good and trying to keep them occupied when they're cranky and don't feel well that's just a challenge," said Jimenez. "So that's one example of one of the things that it helps is that I can sit at home with my kids and wait."
Jimenez said the 'Wait from Home' app is free and will be available later this month.