Patients are able to access their health record through a secure patient portal called My Health@Morris Hospital. This includes all patient activity that occurs at Morris Hospital and all Morris Hospital locations including Morris Hospital physician offices. The convenient, 24-hour access, self-service options allows patients to view their personal health information, test results, office visit summaries, and appointments, in addition to requesting medication refills, messaging their Morris Hospital Healthcare Center provider, and paying Morris Hospital bills. The goal is to help patients become more involved in their healthcare, which ultimately improves patient outcomes. In accordance with HIPAA regulations, patient portal accounts will only be available for patients ages 18 and older.
To view a list of Frequently Asked Questions about the patient portal, please click here.
Once you enroll in the patient portal, you will have access to these features:
- The Health Record button includes Test Results, Visit History, Medications, Allergies & Conditions, Medical History, Immunizations, and Reports.
- The Billing button will allow you to view the most recent account information and make a payment for services received at any Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers location. (Physician office visits that occurred prior to April 1, 2023, cannot be paid through the portal.)
- The Messages button allows you to receive and send messages to a provider that you have seen in a Morris Hospital Healthcare Center.
- The Medications button shows a list your current medications based on your most recent visit.
- Upcoming or pending appointments will be displayed under the Appointments button.
Effective April 1, 2023, after scheduling an appointment for a physician office visit or registering for a test or visit for any Morris Hospital service, you will receive an email inviting you to enroll in My Health@Morris Hospital, provided you have a current email address on file with Morris Hospital. Follow the steps outlined in the email to enroll in the portal.
Or, if you would like to enroll in My Health@Morris Hospital prior to your next visit with Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers:
- For patients previously enrolled in the Physician Office (Healow) Portal: Request an invitation to enroll in My Health@Morris Hospital by sending an email with your full name and date of birth to HCCPatientPortal@morrishospital.org. After the request is processed, you will receive an email with the information needed to enroll in the portal.
- For patients who have never been enroll in a Morris Hospital patient portal: Request an invitation to enroll in the portal by sending an email with your full name and date of birth to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, please call 815-705-1393 to speak to a Patient Portal Specialist. Representatives are available to assist Monday-Friday between 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Your health is in your hands with the Meditech MHealth app. This convenient app links you to the MyHealth@MorrisHospital Patient Portal. In order to use this app, you must first create an account in the hospital portal.
What can I do in the MHealth app?
The Meditech MHealth app has all the same functionalities as the Patient Portal, but can be downloaded onto your mobile device. You’ll be able to:
- View appointments
- Review lab results and radiology reports
- See your visit summary
- Review your test results
- Update personal information
- Login with a passcode, Touch ID or Face ID
How do I download?
Using your mobile device, use the appropriate button below to download the Healow app. When it asks for you to choose a portal, select Morris Hospital or MyHealth@MorrisHospital.
Parents/legal guardians may sign up for proxy access to their children’s My Health@Morris Hospital record. There are separate forms for children ages 0-11 years old and minors 12-17 years old since State and Federal law requires that the parent or guardian of a minor age 12-17 may not view certain types of medical information without consent of the minor patient.
For this reason, once your child reaches age 12, you will have to complete a Minor Proxy Form 12-17 Years Old even if you previously had proxy access to your child’s records before they reached age 12.
Likewise, you will need consent from adults age 18 and older to obtain proxy access.
Proxy access can be revoked at any time by completing and submitting a Revocation Proxy Form.
Please go to our Forms Centers for proxy access and revocation forms.
If you need help with your My Health@Morris Hospital patient portal, please contact our Medical Records department at 815-705-1393 or by email at email@example.com. Representatives are available to assist Monday-Friday between 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Don’t understand information in your medical record?
Contact your healthcare provider to explain your results to you.