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MyUHS - your online patient portal
Most medical appointments can be scheduled in MyUHS. Physical therapy, acne or wart nurse visits, and initial eating disorder assessments cannot be scheduled in MyUHS. Mental Health Access Consultation appointments can be made in MyUHS or by calling the Mental Health reception desk.
In MyUHS, you can send and receive secure messages, communicate with your provider, and view lab results. The following personal health information is viewable under the “UHS Health Record” tab in MyUHS:
- Visit/Appointment detail including date, provider and department
- Allergies on file in your UHS medical record
- Current medications on file in your UHS medical record
- X-ray and other imaging reports
- Laboratory results
Health Issues Tab
Included are items you may have entered when you submitted your “Entrance Medical Form” and items entered by your healthcare providers during visits to UHS or during review of outside medical records provided by you or authorized by you to be sent to UHS. This information helps your healthcare providers stay informed of factors that may impact your health and helps them provide individualized care to you. Including:
- Problem List
Significant current or active health issues like asthma or depression may be listed in this section. Previous health problems that have resolved such as childhood cancer or past history of pneumonia may also be listed here. Problems and diagnoses such as a common cold or sprained ankle are unlikely to be listed unless they have an ongoing impact on your health.
- Family History
Family health problems that tend to run in family’s or have a genetic influence may be listed here. Examples include hypertension and diabetes. Generally parents, grandparents and sibling health issues are pertinent
- Social History
Here you may see reference to your country or state of origin and academic major. Other factors that impact your health might also be listed here including: tobacco use, alcohol use, sexual health factors, gender identity, helmet/seatbelt use, exercise habits, travel history, and food or financial insecurity.
A “Send Correction” button on each page of the UHS Health Record enables you to send a secure message describing your update, concern, or questions.
This information is confidential and subject to the same protection that all of your healthcare records are as specified in the UHS Privacy Notice and Consent to Treat forms signed prior to receiving care at UHS. Do not share your netID or MyUHS password with other persons to protect access to this private health information.
In MyUHS you can:
- Schedule most medical appointments
- Send and receive secure messages
- View lab results
- Receive text alerts
- Update personal information