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Manage Your Care OnlineJohns Hopkins Medicine MyChart

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MyChart is a secure online portal that provides information about your medical care and connects you to your Johns Hopkins Medicine health care team. Schedule appointments, view test reports, pay medical bills and more.
Learn more about MyChart’s benefits.

MyChart Announcements (Slideshow)

     

    MyChart help line: 1-800-318-4246

    MyChart Quick Guide (Slideshow)

      Download the MyChart App

      Manage your care from your phone with the MyChart app. Search “MyChart” on the App Store or Google Play to download the app. Select “Johns Hopkins Medicine” from the drop-down menu once you’ve downloaded the app.

      Benefits of MyChart

      • Manage your care on the go.

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      • Communicate with your provider.

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      • Access your test results.

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      • Manage your appointments.

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      • Request prescription renewals.

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      • Receive and pay bills.

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      • Access another person’s medical records.

        Learn more about proxy access.

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      • Have video visits from home.

        Learn more about telemedicine.

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      Send Your Provider a Message Through MyChart

      You can send non-emergency medical questions to your providers through MyChart. Please note, your message may not be read for 3 business days

      For Emergency Care

      When should I call 911 or go to the emergency department?

      Call 911 if you are experiencing potentially life-threatening symptoms.

      The following are just some of the symptoms for which you should immediately call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department. (Note: This is not a complete list.)

      • Chest pain or pressure, palpitations, shortness of breath or other symptoms of heart attack or other heart problems
      • Sudden numbness, weakness, confusion, loss of vision, problems with speech or balance, or other symptoms of stroke
      • Unexplained or worsening shortness of breath, or other breathing problems
      • High fever
      • Intense or unexplained pain
      • Heavy bleeding or bleeding without an obvious cause
      • Severe injury or trauma, including deep, large or severe cuts
      • Possible fractures or broken bones
      • Any other problems that you consider an emergency
       
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