The MyChart Patient Portal is an online tool that provides medical information about care provided at Johns Hopkins All Children’s and connects you to your health care team.
Signing Up for MyChart
Please select the category below that applies to you for instructions on how to sign up for MyChart.
I have an access code:
If your child's provider has sent you an access code and enrollment link for MyChart, follow the instructions included with that email to set up your account and request proxy access to your child's information.
I do not have an access code:
All access to records through MyChart requires a MyChart account. If you are requesting proxy access to a child’s MyChart account, you will need to create your own MyChart account at Johns Hopkins. It is easy to create a Johns Hopkins patient record for yourself. Once they have their own MyChart account, parents and guardians can be granted “proxy access” to the accounts for their children.
Learn more about MyChart access for parents and caregivers.
Reach out to your provider's office and they can help you activate your MyChart account.
If you are responsible for the care of a person who is cognitively limited or otherwise incapacitated, please visit the MyChart Proxy Access page for details on how to gain access to MyChart for this patient.
- Download the correct form from the MyChart sign-in page, or request the form at a Johns Hopkins facility.
- Complete and sign the appropriate proxy access form.
- Give the completed form to a health care professional where the patient is receiving care.
- A parent can then ask a member of their child's health care team to help them set up MyChart access for themselves and complete proxy access for the child.
- Other adults requesting access to a child or teen's chart will need to submit legal documentation showing proof of court-appointed legal guardianship and have their proxy access form reviewed and approved by the Privacy Office.
Sign into MyChart
Users can access MyChart or learn more about it here.
With MyChart, you can:
- See portions of your/your child’s medical record, including some test results, scans and images
- Monitor health care provided
- View and pay bills
- Send secure messages to some members of the health care team
- Request prescription renewals
- Request an appointment
Types of MyChart Access
- When the patient is age 12 or younger:
Parents/guardians can request proxy access to their child’s information. The first step is for the parent to create their own MyChart account, which can be linked to their child’s information.
- For patients ages 13 –17:
Parents/guardians can continue to use MyChart to share messages with some of their providers and view or pay bills. This limited access reflects privacy laws and encourages teens to feel comfortable sharing health concerns with their care team.
Teens aged 13-17 are encouraged to establish their own MyChart account, where they can see their full information.
- For young adults ages 18 and older:
When the patient turns 18, the parent/guardian’s proxy access automatically ends. The patient may complete and sign an adult proxy authorization to continue their parent/guardian’s proxy access.