What is the Patient Portal?
The Patient Portal is a website that provides secure, online access to portions of your electronic medical record. You can view a summary of recent visits, your health conditions, medications, and lab results. Even more features will be added in the future.
How do I access the Patient Portal?
You may access the Patient Portal from anywhere and at anytime using a computer or electronic device with an internet connection. Visit https://login.mycarecorner.net/signin.aspx
to sign up or log in if you already have an account.
What is the difference between information on the Patient Portal and my medical record?
The Patient Portal shows part of your medical record, including a summary of recent Emergency Room visits and Inpatient hospitalizations. Complete medical records are available from our Health Information Department.
Can I access my child’s records?
A parent or legal guardian may use the Patient Portal to access the records of a child who is under age 18.
How much does the Patient Portal cost?
The Patient Portal is a free service provided by Harrison County Community Hospital.
Is my information secure?
To protect your private health information, the Patient Portal uses several layers of security, including a secure connection, encryption, and password-protection. Your username, password, and person identification number (PIN) should be known only by you, and you should access the Patient Portal from your own secure personal computer or electronic device.
How do I sign up for my Patient Portal account?
To begin using the HCCH Patient Portal, please visit https://login.mycarecorner.net/signin.aspx
. On the next screen, choose “Don’t have an account? Register for free!” The simple, two-step process to request an account takes only a couple of minutes. If you need help or have questions, please call (660) 425-0208.