myMemorialChart offers you personalized and secure online access to portions of your electronic medical record (EMR), where your provider maintains your health information. It enables you to securely use the internet to help manage and receive information about your health wherever and whenever you need.
To access the portal simply click the link under the "Access" tab of this page.
If you have a technical question about using or logging onto the portal please call our patient help desk at (740) 568-4743. Please allow 24 - 72 hours for us to respond.
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myMemorialChart Enrollment Request
Want to have access to your electronic medical records (EMR)?
If you have a technical question about using or logging onto the portal of your choice, please call our patient help desk at (740) 568-4743 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow 24 - 72 hours for us to respond.
With myMemorialChart, you can use the internet to:
More features will be added, and you will receive notifications when they become available.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Does myMemorialChart cost me anything?
myMemorialChart is a free service offered to patients of Memorial Health System and its physicians.
How do I sign up?
Patients who would like to use the portal will receive information at discharge, at their office visit, at registration, or by visiting our Health Information Services Department to receive their medical record number and instructions. This will enable you to log-in and create your own username and password.
What lab test results will be in myMemorialChart?
Your test results will be available online after your healthcare provider has reviewed and manually released them.
Note: not all test results are available for viewing online. Tests considered to be sensitive or requiring prior discussion with your provider such as pregnancy or HIV will not be available to see. If you do not see expected results within a reasonable amount of time, call your provider's office.
If some of my health information on myMemorialChart is not correct, what should I do?
Your myMemorialChart information comes directly from your electronic medical record at your provider's office and our hospitals. You can send a myMemorialChart message asking your provider to correct your medical record or call their office directly. You can also have your provider update the information at your next visit.
Can I view a family member's health record in myMemorialChart?
Parents or legal guardians may request access to view their child's record (from newborn to 18 years old). They will need to complete the appropriate paperwork by contacting our Health Information Services Department at (740) 568-5408.
Can I ask questions regarding a family member from my account?
If you have health questions or information about another family member, please discuss these directly - in person, by phone, or with your provider so that pertinent information may also be updated in your family member's health record if necessary. Alternately, if you have access to your child's account as described above, you may ask questions on their behalf from within their account.
Can my spouse and I or my family share one myMemorialChart account?
No, due to the sensitive nature of medical information, each person must establish their own myMemorialChart account.
Where can I update my email address or change my password?
Log into myMemorialChart. From the menu, go to the "Preferences" section and follow directions.
How is myMemorialChart Secure?
We take great care to ensure your health information is kept private and secure. Access to information is controlled through secure medical record numbers, personal usernames, and passwords. Each person controls their own password, and the account cannot be accessed without that password. myMemorialChart uses the latest encryption technology to automatically encrypt your session. Unlike conventional email, all myMemorialChart messaging is done while you are securely logged on to our website.
REMINDER: Do not use myMemorialChart for urgent medical matters. If you are experiencing a health-related emergency, call 911 immediately. If you need immediate attention from your physician provider or clinic, call them your physician's office directly.
About API Portals:
We are now connected with API (Application Programming Interface) Portals to provide you a way to store all your medical records from multiple health systems in one secure location, fully under your control!
API portals allow you to use web enabled devices to gather, manage, or share your medical information from multiple health care portals in one convenient and secure location. If you are a member of multiple health portals, this portal is a way for you to pull all your health information from each portal into one secure place.
API portals will allow you to see all your records in one place to better understand your health status. This can also help you coordinate care among your healthcare providers.
Note: myMemorialChart: Strecker is not currently available through the API portal. Thank you for your patience as we update our portal services.
How to Join an API Portal:
First, you must be enrolled in the myMemorialChart portal. You can enroll by following the instructions provided above. Available API Portals are listed below to complete your API enrollment. If you wish to connect with an API Portal that is not listed here, please contact us at email@example.com with your specific request. We will be in touch with you soon regarding your request.
Click here to start enrollment:
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I understand that my proxy will have the same access and privileges that I have for the Patient Portal. I understand that this allows my proxy online access to my personal health information. My proxy will be able to view portions of my record that I am able to view. I also understand that additional information may be made available to my proxy through the patient portal as Memorial Health System continues to implement this product.
By signing this authorization, I am requesting Memorial Health System to give access to my proxy to utilize the patient portal. I understand that Memorial Health System will require my proxy to sign an acknowledgment and agree to Memorial Health System's policies and procedures for use of the patient portal. I understand that I am giving the proxy full access to all of my visits within myMemorialChart.
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