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My Portal (Patient Portal) provides you with online access to your medical information on a convenient and secure site. View your personal health records, clinical summaries, laboratory and imaging results, as well as instructions and education specific to your care. Transmit your visit summaries to your providers, view upcoming appointments, and securely message participating health care teams.
If you are already enrolled, please log into the hospital’s My Portal (Patient Portal).
During your hospital visit you will receive an email invitation to My Portal (Patient Portal). If you do not receive an invitation please contact the Medical Records Department. This web based tool may be in addition to online patient access offered by your doctor’s office.
If you want to log into one of our Dignity Health Clinic’s sites, please click here: My Portal (Patient Portal).
Dignity Health is committed to providing the tools you need to better manage your health. If you’re enrolled in our My Portal patient portal, you’ll soon have the ability to connect select health management apps to your personal health information. To learn more, click here.
My Portal (Patient Portal) is a website that allows you a convenient and secure way to view portions of your medical records and in some locations communicate with participating provider’s health care team. Within your My Portal (Patient Portal) account, you will be able to do the following:
At your next visit, tell the staff you would like to have My Portal (Patient Portal) account. The staff will request your email address, and may have you complete a consent form. Within 30 minutes, you will receive an invitation with a link to enroll. Just click on the link and follow the instructions to complete your enrollment. Some facilities are providing onsite account creation during your stay. Ask your caregivers if it is available at the facility you visit.
Children under 12 years of age and dependent adults who have a Dignity Health doctor may have a My Portal (Patient Portal) account with an adult as the proxy. Accounts are not available for adolescents 12 – 17 years of age. For a dependent adult, they will need to sign a release, or you will need to provide a copy of the Medical Durable Power of Attorney before an account can be created for the dependent adult.
Some of the information in your My Portal (Patient Portal) account is provided through your medical health record and is viewable by you and authorized staff of Dignity Health facilities. If you would like someone to have access to your records to help manage your care, you can sign a release to authorize a trusted relative to be set up as a proxy. This can also be terminated at any time by calling the technical support center. In the future we hope to add additional functionality that allows you to add additional information related to your health to your My Portal (Patient Portal) account. If you do so, you'll have your information in a secure place that can be accessed anywhere you have Internet access.
The enrollment link expires 90 days from the day they are issued. If you are not able to find your invitation or it expired, you may request a new invitation from the staff at the facility that assist with your medical records. If you need technical help to locate the invitation, assistance enrolling, or navigating within My Portal (Patient Portal), you may contact our Technical Support center at 877.621.8014; the staff are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Questions regarding specific medical records should be directed to your facility’s Health Information Management (HIM) department. General clinical questions should be directed to your primary care provider’s office. Technical assistance is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 877.621.8014. Technical support staff can help locate the invitation, provide assistance enrolling, logging in and navigating within My Portal (Patient Portal); however they are unable to assist with clinical questions.