MyChart Login – Patient Portal at


UPDATED:  April 18, 2021  –  To provide patients with an easy and secure way to manage their health online, many of the top doctors, insurance companies, and other providers utilize MyChart.

This includes DeanCare, Kettering My Chart, UF Library, Nicollet, Cleveland Clinic, MyUW Health.

Be sure to have your login credentials and instructions on hand as provided by your doctor or provider to access your medical history online.

How to Access Your Login

Your account access makes it easy to put your medical records instantly at your fingertips.

  • Visit your provider’s patient portal
  • Enter your username and password
  • Click the ‘Sign In’ button

Are you a New User?  Learn How to Sign Up for the Patient Portal

  • To get started, visit the patient portal for your medical provider
  • Click on the ‘Sign Up Now’ button
  • You will be asked to enter your activation code, as shown on your enrollment paperwork

Followed by a series of questions to confirm your identity such as; Date of Birth, Postal Code and Home Phone number.

If you do not have a code, you will need to obtain a one-time activation code from your doctor’s office.

*Find your MyChart Login*


Maricopa Integrated Health System –


University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) –


University of California San Francisco (UCSF Medical Center) –

My Scripps –


Centura Health –


Yale Medicine New Haven Health –

District of Columbia (Washington)

Inova Medical Group –


University of Florida Health – MyUFHealth


Northeast Georgia Health System –

WellStar Health Systems –

University Hospital Augusta –


MyNortonChart –

MyBaptistHealth –


OSF My Chart HealthCare –

Northwestern Medicine: NM MyChart –

Loyola Medicine –

DuPage Medical Group –


Community Health Network –

Parkview Health –


McFarland Clinic Ames –

My UI Health Care (University of Iowa Hospital) –



MaineHealth –


John Hopkins Medicine –

Bon Secours Health System –


Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) –

Bronson Healthcare –

MetroHealth University of Michigan: MyMetro Account –

ProMedica –

Covenant HealthCare –


Allina Health Care –

CentraCare Health Services –

Park Nicollet –

Fairview Health –

New Mexico

Lovelave Medical Group –

New York

NYU Langone Health –

URMC Rochester –


Renown –

North Carolina

Novant –

Duke Health –

UNC Medical Center –


Cleveland Clinic My Chart –

Ohio State University    –

OhioHealth –

TriHealth –

Kettering My Chart Health Network –


SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital –


Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU My Chart) –

Providence Medical Group –

South Carolina

AnMed Health –

Greenville Health System (GHS) –

Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) –


Baylor Scott & White –

UT Southwestern Medical –

UTMB Health –


MyMultiCare –

Swedish Medical Center –

Confluence Health –

Community Hospital My Chart –

West Virginia

West Virginia University Medicine –


MyUW Health

DeanCare –

MercyHealth –


University of Utah Health Care –


Sentara Healthcare* –

*provides coverage to residents in both Virginia and northeastern North Carolina

Features of My Chart Patient Portal

The Epic EMR system is one of the most widely patient portals used to manage electronic health records (EHR), or electronic medical records (EMR).

It provides a service similar to competitors, such as NextMD patient portal, AthenaHealth, RelayHealth, MyHealthOnline and Follow My Health.

Online access is an easy and secure way to view and share your electronic health records online. With My Chart, patients can conveniently download medical records and communicated with their doctor via secure messaging. In addition, you can find doctor in-network under your new insurance plan, schedule doctors appointment, view medications, request prescription refills and so much more.

— Secure messaging with doctors and medical providers
— View electronic health record and lab test results
— Schedule doctors appointment
— View current medications and refill prescriptions
— Update allergies and medical history
— View billing history, statements and make payment online (if applicable)
— Family Management of Children’s Records and Senior Care

View your Electronic Health Records (EHR) with the Mobile App


If you would rather access your medical records from your smartphone, you can utilize the mobile app enter the patient portal.

From there, you have access to all the same features as the online patient portal.

You can view your electronic medical records, schedule doctors appointments, request prescription refills, find care providers and more.  All from the convenience of your smartphone

The My Chart app is available on Apple iPhone and Android.  Once you download from iTunes or the Google store, simply enter your login credentials.

Note: you must have a current account or register for an account to access the app.

Virtual Care with Telemedicine: A Partnership with Epic EMR and the Mayo Clinic


Epic Systems recently announced a new partnership with the Mayo Clinic Care Plans;  Virtual Care.

For patients being discharged from the hospital or managing a chronic health condition, the new telehealth feature shows a personalized care program to follow.

Both patients and caregivers can benefit from the newest telemedicine feature, Virtual Care.

The telehealth tool provides step-by-step guidance and support to help manage a patient’s ongoing care.

Forgot your Login?  Need to reset your Username or Password?

To recover your patient access, please contact your doctor or provider.  They will be able to assist obtaining your username or resetting your password.

Customer Service


**If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 911 or go to the emergency room immediately.**

NOTE: We are not affiliated with My Chart, and you should NOT contact us with any sensitive information that is of a personal nature.


  1. If I switch to NextMD, will they transfer my records so I can see past medical history from them online and also see my current health records from my NextMD?

  2. I have an account for my father based on the fact that I am his DPOA. He suffers from progressive MS and dementia. His health care providers have repeatedly ignored my requests to be his proxy and consistently revoked my access to the account. His health is suffering because of it. The DPOA is on file in multiple departments at the hospital. It clearly lists my right to access all of my father’s information without restrictions.
    It is illegal to prevent me from helping my dad and shame on that.

    1. go to medical records and ask for his entire profile and they will give them to you. if he was like me he will have many pages to view, mine was 10 pages and they had to put it on a CD takes a couple of days to get permission from the dr’s …is someone asking for cause of death from the insurance…?

  3. I need to send an email to my doctors in Little Rock, Arkansas @UAMS. This is very important. Thanks

  4. My doctor has already communicated with me through My Chart, but I have never used it. I do not know if I have a user name or a password. Can someone tell me?

  5. I was just a patient and l would like to sign up. After being a patient at several hospitals in Oklahoma for care l have decided to change hospitals.

  6. How do I obtain a code to set up for Providence Oregon. My husband has an active account and I don’t want to do anything to keep him from getting his information.

  7. You left out Franciscan Health network in Indiana. Also, the new Dr I am seeing does not use this..what options do I have???

  8. I was given no access code by the cvs where I got tested.
    What is my access code to be able to log in for the first time?

  9. I’m having a difficult time, I have an up coming video chat with my provider and I need to log in.

  10. I got a login page from my covid test at CVS. I previously had the app on my phone from years ago, so have an account already, but can not log in. The user name is a mystery. I am trying to find a contact phone number for regaining access to my test results.

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