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My Union Health Portal

My Union Health lets you request appointments with select providers, send messages to your care team, view lab results, and pay a bill online and on your time. It is secure and easy to use.
My Union Health helps you conveniently manage your healthcare from your computer, tablet, or mobile device, at home or on the go.

Request My Union Health Patient Portal Account

Enrollment is available for Union Health patients who are age 18 or older. My Union Health Patient Portal, is an online portal where you can view your medical information and connect with your health care team. Follow the link below to start the process.

Enroll for My Union Health Patient Portal

Patient portal proxy Access

Proxy access allows parents, legal guardians, and caregivers to log into their personal portal account and connect to the health information of a patient they represent. While logged in you can communicate with the doctor’s office and enjoy other resources such as managing appointments online and reviewing test results.  If you are a proxy requesting access on behalf of the patient you must either present with the patient, with a valid photo identification, social security card, birth certificate, or other acceptable proof of relationship to the patient. There are two easy ways to obtain Proxy access:

 

1. Download and complete the patient portal consent form.

Patient Portal Consent Form

2. Ask about proxy access at the patient’s next scheduled visit to the doctor’s office.

Patient portal Revocation of proxy access

Portal Revocation of Proxy Access allows you to revoke portal access to your medical records by a previously authorized individual (your “proxy”). You must present this form along with photo identification, social security card, birth certificate, or other acceptable proof of identity to revoke a proxy.

 

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