All information is private and secure. Only you or an authorized family member can access your patient portal.
If you have a family member you would like to have access to your patient portal, contact us and we can help with that.
Benefits of using the patient portal:
Thank you for entrusting Providence Medical Center with your healthcare needs. Please let us know if there are ways we can improve your patient portal experience.
Congratulations on taking control of your health!
Giving your email address when you are at a Providence Medical Center is currently the simplest way to register for MyHealth.
If you registered during your visit, you should receive an email “invitation” to join the health portal. The link in this email message will take you to your registration information. If you do not see the message in your email inbox, you may want to check the junk or spam folder to see if it is there.
use our self-enrollment option.
Click on the Sign In button on our Portal home page. Then enter your username and password.
With proper authorizations, representative accounts can be created that allow you to access and/or manage selected family members’ health information just as with a personal account.
If a child is under the age of 19, then a parent may sign their child up for the Patient Portal. After the age of 19, they will need to create their own account and have their own log in information.
Messages and requests will be responded to as quickly as possible, usually within 48/72 hours.
*Remember, the Patient Portal is NOT to be used for emergency related medical issues or questions.
We generally will reply using the same method that you have used to contact us. If we need additional information in order to process your request, we may use email and/or telephone.
No. Our Patient Portal will only send an e-mail to update you if there is activity sent to the portal. For instance, Laboratory or Radiology results are able to be viewed, an appointment you requested online has been booked, etc. The Patient Portal will communicate through your e-mail about there being activity on your portal.
We publish results for a majority of tests, however not all tests are availble.
Yes, MyHealth is HIPAA compliant and provides you with the ability to securely view, store and share your health information.
If you have a problem with the website working properly or technical questions not addressed here, call 877-621-8014
, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Be sure to verify that the email that you have supplied is entered correctly. Also be sure to check your spam folder in case that your filter has accidentally placed the Patient Portal invite into the incorrect folder.
You can use the “Forgot Password” link available on the log in page. If this does not work to your satisfaction, please call us at 877-621-8014, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A “strong” password is recommended. Strong passwords typically include a mix of upper and lower case letters, numbers and special characters. The system will indicate if your password is weak, good or strong.
No. All you need is access to a computer, a modern web browser, and an internet connection.
No, MyHealth is free. It is a service provided from our hospital system, to you, our valued patient.
MyHealth will include information beginning with the first visit for which your portal account was created.
The only information you will get will be from visits at Providence Medical Center.
If you have questions about your medical records or feel that an error has been made, please contact Providence Medical Center Health Information department at 402-375-7952.
Cerner is the company we use to securely manage your electronic medical record information. MyHealth is a customized Cerner system which provides you with the capabilities to interact with the medical records system.