How do I access Ohio Health my chart?

How do I access Ohio Health my chart?

To request a MyChart account please visit

How do I add a child to MyChart Ohio health?

To gain access to a child’s (under the age of 14) health record, complete the form, MyChart Authorization for Proxy Access , to request proxy access. Certain criteria must be met to be approved as a patient’s proxy.

How do I reset my MyChart password?

How to recover your password. Enter the email address associated with your MyChart account. You will be sent an email with a code to enter to reset your password.

Can you look at your own epic chart?

You have a right to request a copy of your chart as every other patient does. You do not have the right to use the hospital’s EMR resources to look up it’s patients (including yourself) without a business reason.

What is OSU MyChart?

MyChart is a free and secure online portal to exchange messages with your provider, request appointments, renew prescriptions, check your test results and much more.

How long has Ohio health been in business?

About OhioHealth Serving its communities since 1891, it is a family of 28,000 associates, physicians and volunteers, and a network of 11 hospitals, 50+ ambulatory sites, hospice, home-health, medical equipment and other health services spanning a 40-county area.

What’s my password for MyChart?

If you forget your password, you will need to verify your username, date of birth and zip code. If you do not know any of the information below or you are having trouble recovering your password, contact the MyChart helpdesk (503) 494-5252.

How do I reactivate my MyChart account?

To reactivate your account, please contact the MyChart Customer Service Center 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays: submit an online form. After verifying your identity, we will give you a temporary password to use to login; you’ll then be asked to create a new password.

What is the difference between MyChart and Epic?

MyChart is EPIC’s patient portal. MyChart is a secure means for patients to access parts of their health records through a web browser and cell-phone apps.