Patient Portals: MyChart and Care Connection
All Your Health Information in One Place
Our patient portals offer you personalized and secure online access to manage your health. Using the patient portal you can schedule medical appointments, schedule video visits, view test results, request prescription renewals, communicate electronically and securely with your care team, pay your bill, manage care for a loved one (proxy access) and more.
Manage your health care anytime, anywhere. With a MyChart account, you can:
Schedule an appointment
Schedule, reschedule or cancel your next appointment, and view other details of upcoming appointments directly from your phone or computer.
Schedule a video visit
For your convenience and safety, we offer secure and easy virtual visits for most non-urgent visit types. Our care providers can assess your symptoms, make a diagnosis, recommend treatment and send prescriptions to your pharmacy.
Submit an E-Visit
Complete an online questionnaire (e-visit) through your MyChart account to get a same-day diagnosis and a treatment plan from UChicago Medicine clinicians for common conditions.
Access on any device
Access MyChart through the mobile app or desktop computer to manage your medical information anytime.
Communicate with your doctor
Get answers to your medical questions from the comfort of your own home.
Request prescription refills
Send a refill request for any of your refillable medications.
Access your test results
View your test results and your doctor's comments within days of your appointment.
Manage your account
View your billing statements, pay your bill and set up payment plans.
Access Your Medical Imaging
Access UCM medical imaging data electronically. Upload, view, and share images with UCM providers.
Get Connected to Your Health & Care Team
The patient portal is a free service that offers you personal and secure online access to your medical records and manage and your care. Learn more about how to sign up.
Download the MyChart app for Apple or Android devices to access your health records, communicate with your providers and schedule an appointment.