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Manage Your Child’s Health, Anytime

Posted 1/1/2018 by UHBlog

Accessible from any computer, tablet or smartphone, the University Hospitals MyUHCare Personal Health Record (PHR) allows you to receive lab and radiology results, email a doctor, refill a prescription, request or change appointments and so much more – all from the comfort of home or on the go, available 24/7.

Laptop displaying MyUHCare PHR

“I really do love that you don’t have to make requests of the doctor’s office and feel like a bother. A lot of information can be found there.” Rena Williamson has been using her MyUHCare PHR for a couple of years. Now, using the MyUHCare PHR is a true family affair for the Williamsons. “My husband and I use it on the desktop and on the phone. I used it in a doctor’s office to look at results and for reference purposes.” Rena has also set up a Parent/Guardian Access Account to view her daughter’s health information. “For my daughter, I have viewed test results, set up appointments and received appointment reminders.” Rena, who has a background in science, likes data and the ability to view her test results. “It’s really nice to be able to see test results. You’re not just left wondering where in the normal range the result was.” Rena also finds receiving appointment reminders to be really helpful. In the future, Rena is looking forward to further PHR features and compatibility with her mobile device. “I love its use and can’t wait to see how it grows. It’s very helpful in the digital age!”

Sign up today for a MyUHCare Personal Health Record. Visit and select the “I need to sign up” button at the bottom of the screen. To gain Parent/Guardian Access to your child’s record, visit for instructions.

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