Healthcare achieves the best results when it is a collaboration between patient and provider. MyChart is a system that lets you access your medical records and connect with your provider from a secure website or your smartphone. By using MyChart, you become an active participant in your medical care.
The MyChart service is free and getting started takes just minutes. Using MyChart you can:
- Communicate with your doctor
- Request prescription refills
- Access your test results
- Manage your appointments
- And more…
Sign Up for MyChart Today
To sign up for MyChart online, all you need is:
- A computer with access to the internet
- The MyChart Activation Code you received in your enrollment letter
- The last four digits of your social security number
- Your date of birth
Visit https://mychart.baptisthealth.com/mychart/ and click SIGN UP NOW.
If you don’t have an activation code, you can request one at https://mychart.baptisthealth.com/mychart/accesscheck.asp
If you have questions about getting started with MyChart, email the Baptist Health MyChart Patient Support group at email@example.com, or call the MyChart Patient Support Line at 502.253.4820. Outside of metro Louisville, call 844.764.7820. The team is happy to assist you.
MyChart Mobile App
To use the MyChart mobile app, download it from the App Store or Google Play. Search for “MyChart” to locate it.
After the app has finished installing, you should see the MyChart icon listed on your device. Touch the icon to open the MyChart app. Once the app is open for the first time, you’ll need to select your location, then touch the Baptist Health icon. Log in to your MyChart account using your username and password, or you can set up fingerprint authentication by touching the “Use Fingerprint” option and following the prompts.
If you have not yet signed up for a MyChart account, touch the SIGN UP NOW button to get started.
In an Emergency, Call 911 or Visit the Emergency Room
Please note that MyChart is for non-urgent communication only. If you have a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.