MyChart

MyChart is a secure website that allows you to access your health records 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, anywhere in the world.

With MyChart access you can:

  • View your health records such as test results, medications and other medical information
  • Share your records with your family members, your friends and your caregivers
  • View your upcoming appointments
  • Create appointment reminders

Signing up for MyChart

To sign up for MyChart, you must visit our Health Records Department (A1) to consent and verify your identity. They will email you a PIN which you will need to sign up. Follow the link provided in your email to complete your registration.

MyChart Frequently Asked Questions

What is MyChart?

MyChart is a secure website where patients can manage their clinical and personal health information. It is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week through the internet.

How do I register for MyChart?

Please visit the hospital’s Health Records Department (A1) with a valid photo ID to get registered. 

Who has access to MyChart?

Participating hospitals’ patients have access to MyChart and they can electronically grant access to family members, friends, caregivers, primary care physicians and pharmacists etc.

How do patients access MyChart?

Once registration is completed, patients can go to www.mychart.ca and log in to review their MyChart records.

What are the key features of MyChart?
  • View your health records such as test results, medications and other medical information Share access to your records with your family members, friends and care providers
  • View upcoming appointments
  • Create appointment reminders
What information is available through MyChart?
  • Consultations notes
  • Admission and discharge summaries
  • Diagnostic imaging reports (15 days delay)
  • Pathology reports (15 days delay)
  • Operative reports
  • Lab reports/results (HIV and HEP C results will be withheld for 15 days)
  • Newborn summaries
What information is not available through MyChart?
  • Nursing and allied health notes
  • Inpatient daily progress notes
  • Scanned documents
  • Dictated notes designated as mental health notes
Where does the information in MyChart come from?

Directly from the hospital’s Electronic Patient Record system and through self-entered information. Please note that some of your health information might not be available in MyChart until your doctor reviews it with you.

How can I be sure that my health information available through MyChart is secure?

Your health information in MyChart is secured through the same encryption technologies used by the major banks for online banking.

 

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