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My UHealthChart

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Your medical records are at your fingertips

With MyUHealthChart, you can access your medical records online. Log on to any computer, from anywhere, any time of day to stay on top of your health information such as results, appointment summaries, medications, and immunizations.

MyUHealth Chart Benefits:

  • Connect with your doctor
  • View your health summary
  • View test results
  • Request prescription renewals
  • Access health information resources
  • Manage appointments
  • Use eCheck-In to save time at your appointment

MyUHealthChart also provides convenient methods of communication with your doctor’s office. You can renew prescriptions, send messages, and schedule appointments – all online.

Reset Your Password with CLEAR

As an added benefit, UHealth has partnered with CLEAR to provide patients with the option to link their identity to ease future verification, including while resetting your password.

If you need help resetting your password and want to reset using CLEAR, click: verify with clear button


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How to Use Echeck-in

MyChart’s “Hello Patient” feature uses the location services in your Apple or Android phone to let UHealth staff know that you have arrived for an appointment. If all of your check-in steps are completed ahead of time, you will be automatically checked in without a visit to the front desk. If you still have check-in tasks to finish, you will be signed in and asked to use a kiosk or visit front desk to complete your eCheck-in.

Please note that for the "Hello Patient" feature to work, patients must have the MyChart App installed on their Android or iOS device, and location sharing permission should be set to "Always" (iOS) or "Allow all the time" (Android).

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Urgent Medical Matters

Please do not use MyUHealthChart to send messages requiring urgent attention. For medical emergencies, please call 911. For medical urgent matters, contact your doctor's office.