MyChart

MyChart allows you access to a portion of your child’s electronic medical records, This will help you to be more involved in your child’s care.

To create a MyChart account at Children's Hospital, your provider has to give you an activation code during a clinic visit. You also can visit the Daniel M. Soref Family Resource Center near the hospital lobby from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday to obtain an access code. 

Once you have the activation code, you have 60 days to go to mychart.chw.org and activate your account. We have staff at the family resource center who also can help you create your account. The code will expire after 60 days. Please ask about creating a MyChart account during your next clinic appointment.

View your child’s medical information online

  • View medical history, including medications, immunizations and allergies
  • Receive most outpatient lab results online. Most outpatient labs automatically are released to MyChart within four business days. Your provider may release them sooner. In many cases, your provider will contact you to discuss results. 
  • Track your child’s growth
  • Forms to request access:
    • To gain access to your child's information through MyChart (ages 14-17), both you and your child must sign the Adult Accessing Teen form.
    • If you would like access to another adult's information through MyChart, fill out the Adult Accessing Adult form.
    • If you are an adult patient and you would like access to your own information, fill out the Adult Account Request form.

Manage your appointments

  • Coming soon, you will be able to request or schedule an appointment online

Stay in touch with your doctor

  • Request a prescription renewal online
  • Send a secure message to your provider

Security

You can be confident your medical records are kept private. Your use of MyChart is password protected and MyChart information is delivered through an encrypted connection.

Have questions?

Visit the MyChart FAQ page for answers to common questions or talk to your doctor for more information.