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Apple Health

For years, keeping track of your own medical records was a challenge. Held in multiple doctor's offices or health systems, you were required to log into each health care provider's electronic records system, and piece together your health information manually.

Now, the University of Miami Health System has teamed up with the Apple Health app to make it easier than ever to find, review, and securely store your health records.

You can see all your health records, including medications, immunizations, lab results, and more, from multiple health care providers all in one place on your iPhone, iPod touch, or Apple Watch.

The University of Miami Health System is among the more than 25 (and growing) health systems in Florida that support this capability.


  • This service is available to patients who have an iPhone updated to iOS 11.3 or later.
  • Your privacy is our priority. Your health data is protected with encryption from your passcode, Touch ID, or Face ID on your iPhone.

Installation instructions

  1. Open the Apple Health app on your iPhone and tap the Summary tab.
  2. Tap your profile picture in the upper-right corner.
  3. Under Accounts, tap Health Records, then tap Get Started. To add another provider, scroll down to Accounts, then tap Add Account.
  4. Search for the University of Miami Health System, then tap it. Under the Available To Connect header, choose “Connect to Account”.
  5. You will be redirected to your UHealth Chart. Sign in. You might be asked to save your password.
  6. Wait for your records to update. It might take a minute for your information to appear.
  7. Repeat these steps for any of your providers outside of UHealth that are supported by the app.

After you add an institution, the Apple Health app automatically updates your health records periodically. If there's an issue with your health records, contact your provider.

View Your Records

  1. Open the Apple Health app, then tap the Browse tab.
  2. Under Health Records, tap a category.
  3. Tap an item to see more information about it.

Remove a Health Record

  1. Open the Health app and tap the Summary tab.
  2. Tap your profile picture in the upper-right corner.
  3. Under Accounts, tap Health Records.
  4. Tap the provider that you want to remove.
  5. Tap Remove Account.
  6. To confirm, tap Remove Account & Delete Data.

This also deletes the account and data from any other devices if you're signed into iCloud and the same Apple ID.

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