MyChart is a secure, online health management tool that connects Cleveland Clinic patients to portions of their electronic medical record, allowing you to see test results, message your physician, schedule appointments and more.
- If your appointment was through Union Hospital’s outpatient physician network (Union Physician Services), you will have access to your electronic medical record through Cleveland Clinic MyChart.
- If you were admitted to Union Hospital, please use Union Hospital’s Patient Portal to gain access to your electronic medical record.
Union Hospital's Patient Portal
If you were admitted to Union Hospital or are using the Union Hospital Patient Portal, please log in to access your electronic medical record or to create your own Union Hospital Patient Portal account.
Please note: If your appointment was through Union Hospital's outpatient physician network (Union Physician Services) you will have access to your electronic medical record through Cleveland Clinic MyChart.
Union Hospital's Patient Portal is an interactive web portal that will enable patients, families, and caregivers to take an active role in their care by providing easy, secure access to their health information online.
The Patient Portal provides access to information including hospital test results, medications, allergies, personal information, visit history, and more. And with authorized consent, parents of minor children and caregivers will also be able to access medical records.
Access the Patient Portal with our Mobile App
The Union Hospital Patient Portal is available through a free mobile app. Compatible with iOS 10+ or Android 5+ on both smartphone or tablet. From your mobile device, simply search "Mhealth" or "Meditech Mhealth" at the Google Play or Apple App Store or tap the appropriate icon below. Once you install the app, simply sign in with your Patient Portal Logon ID and Password to access your information.
Download the Mhealth App for Accessing the Patient Portal:
Once you install the app, sign in with your Patient Portal Logon ID and Password to access your information.
Confidentiality on the Patient Portal
This method of viewing information through the Patient Portal is designed to prevent unauthorized people from being able to access or read your health information. Encryption, passwords, and other security measures protect information maintained within the Patient Portal site. The website for the Patient Portal is a trusted site certificate.
3 ways to enroll:
- Enroll in person at the UH Health Information Management Office (Medical Records) located on the ground floor. This office is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Call Kristie at 330.343.3311, ext. 2425. Please call during regular business hours. You will be asked for your email address and other identifying information. Once your ID is confirmed, you will receive an email message with instructions to set up your Portal account.
- Click on the "Create a Portal Account" button below, to begin the enrollment process.
To create a Patient Portal account you will need:
- Personal email address that is on file with Union Hospital
- Last four numbers of your Social Security Number
Parents of minor children, spouses, and caregivers may share access or PROXY to another patient's portal account. Please see FAQs about Patient Portal Accounts for complete information. You will be required to present a Photo ID. You can learn more below.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Patient Portal
What is the Union Hospital Patient Portal?
Patient Portal is a secure online tool that connects you to your personal health record. After you enroll, you can connect to it through the Union Hospital site.
Where does my health information in the Union Hospital Patient Portal come from?
All of the information in the Patient Portal comes from your Union Hospital Electronic Health Record. This ensures that you have access to the most accurate, up-to-date information possible.
How do I log into the Union Hospital Patient Portal?
Click on the Patient Portal link. Log in with your user name and password.
How can I view my health information?
You have access to your information through the Patient Portal from anywhere through the internet. You can log in using a desktop or laptop computer, a smart phone, or tablet.
Is my information safe?
Yes. Patient Portal passwords are encrypted and URLs are rewritten so they cannot be copied and pasted. You and authorized individuals are the only ones who can access your Patient Portal.
What if I have a problem with the Union Hospital Patient Portal?
There is a Contact Us section on the home page of the Patient Portal that allows you to ask questions about the operation of the Patient Portal.
What information can I see through the Union Hospital Patient Portal?
Patient Portal allows you to see your personal health record. It also allows you to view or print: selected appointments, most lab test results, visit history, discharge medication lists, or your continuity of care documents.
*Please be aware that information about your hospital visit will not be posted to Patient Portal until after discharge.
How do I sign up for the Union Hospital Patient Portal right now?
There are several convenient ways to establish your personal Patient Portal account right now:
- Provide the required information during your hospital stay. You will receive an informational pamphlet within your discharge packet.
- Complete the enrollment by following the instructions in the email that you will receive from Union Hospital.
- Go to the Medical Records department in person and ask to enroll in Patient Portal.
What if I want to enroll in the Union Hospital Patient Portal at a later date?
There are several convenient ways to establish your personal Patient Portal account at a later date:
- Provide your email address at the time of registration and they can supply you with your Medical Record number that you will need to enroll.
- Go to the Medical Records department to enroll.
What information do I need to enroll in the Union Hospital Patient Portal?
To enroll in the Patient Portal we need to have your e-mail address on record. If you’ve not provided that on a recent hospital visit, you will need to provide it to Medical Records. You will also need to know the last four numbers of your Social Security number.
Do I have to provide my email address?
Yes, an email address is required for setting up your Patient Portal account. If you do not have an email address, you can create one for free through Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, or any other email service provider. If you are looking to create a free email account, some of the more established email providers are:
Why do you need my email address?
It is through that email address that you will receive notification to log on to your secure Patient Portal account.
How will I know my Union Hospital Patient Portal enrollment was successful?
Once you have completed the enrollment paperwork, you will receive an email from the hospital. The message will contain a temporary user ID and password. Please use the temporary user ID, password, and link provided to log in to Patient Portal. Please note that the enrollment email invitation is only active for 14 days from receipt.
Do I need any special computer equipment to use the Union Hospital Patient Portal?
All you need is access to a computer, an email account, and an internet connection.
Who can access my Union Hospital Patient Portal?
Only you and/or a person you have legally authorized to can access your Patient Portal. A Patient Portal proxy form is available to allow parents or legal guardians access to a patient's online medical record.
How do I grant access to someone else for my Union Hospital Patient Portal?
Spouse: You should visit the Medical Records department to complete the Patient Portal Proxy form to allow access to your spouse. A copy of your ID will be required.
- Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare: The person who has been approved by you may visit the Medical Records department to complete the Patient Portal Proxy form. A copy of ID will be required.
- Minor: Parents may have access to minor patient records (0-17) by contacting the Medical Records department for Patient Portal Proxy form and present a copy of ID.
- Deceased patient: Patient portal information will no longer be accessible. Copy of the health record may be obtained by visiting the Medical Records department and presenting legal documents allowing authority.
My child turned 18 and I am no longer able to access his/her Union Hospital Patient Portal account. How do I reestablish access?
You and your child will need to visit the medical records department together and complete the Patient Portal proxy access form.
I no longer wish to have proxy access to another patient's Union Hospital Patient Portal account. How do I turn it off?
If you have the medical identification number of the patient for whom you are the proxy, staff here at the Medical Records department can turn off your proxy access to the Patient Portal account.
I no longer wish to have access to Union Hospital Patient Portal. How can I close my account?
Please provide your state-issued photo ID and staff at the Medical Records department can disable your Patient Portal account.
Does every Union Hospital patient automatically have a Patient Portal?
No. Though we strongly encourage you to sign up for Patient Portal so that you may benefit from its many convenient uses, a Patient Portal account will only be established for you at your specific request.
Is there a monthly charge for Union Hospital Patient Portal?
There is no charge. Patient Portal is offered complimentary to Union Hospital patients.
If I have trouble accessing my Union Hospital Patient Portal account, who should I contact?
If this is your first time logging on and your user name or password needs reset, please call 330.364.0885. For all other questions, please use the contact us link in the home page.
What if my Union Hospital Patient Portal Patient Profile information is incorrect? How do I correct this?
If you notice an error in your personal information, such as address or phone number, please visit the Medical Records department with your photo ID to change the information.
How do I see my test results?
Your test results and reports are both available by clicking on the Health Record button on the portal home page. Once you click on the Health Record button you will be taken to the Health Record page. You will see a button on the right labeled Results where you will have access to your Laboratory Results and a button labeled Reports where you will have access to general reports. Laboratory results are available 36 hours after they are resulted.