MyChart®: Your Secure, Online Health Connection
View appointments, see your health history, get test results and renew prescriptions online — any time!
MyChart is not intended for sending messages requiring urgent attention. For urgent medical matters, contact your doctor's office by phone.
Connecting to MyChart
Once you have access to MyChart®, it's easy to view your information. Simply log in at: mychartlink.com.
Connect to MyChart
Don't Have a MyChart Account?
How to Enroll
Enrollment is easy! You can enroll in MyChart® online by going to the MyChart® page, mychartlink.com, clicking on "Request Activation Code" and completing the form. You can also enroll at your clinic by asking to enroll in MyChart® in the clinic reception area.
When you receive your activation code, simply log in on your computer and create your own MyChart® ID and password.
MyChart® is a free, easy and secure way to view your health information and communicate with your health care team. All you need is Internet access and e-mail.
You can also take MyChart® with you wherever you go with the MyChart® app*. Visit the Android Market or the App Store on your mobile device or tablet to download the app.
Benefits of MyChart
With MyChart®, you can:
- Communicate with your health care team
- Renew medication prescriptions
- Request, cancel and view appointments
- Review your current health issues, medications, immunizations and allergies
- Update demographic and insurance information
- View test results
- View your medical history
- Access health and appointment information for family members (with permission)
Privacy and Security
We are committed to providing quality health care and respecting the privacy and confidentiality of your medical information. Our policies and procedures regarding access to and release of medical records conform to state and federal laws and are designed to safeguard your privacy.
MyChart® users can be assured that communications between you and your clinic healthcare team are carried over a secure, encrypted connection directly into the electronic medical record.