Hospital Patient Portal

With Hospital Patient Portal, you can view your personal hospital stay health record whenever and wherever you have access to the Internet.

Hospital Patient Portal is available to patients who have had hospital stays in the following units:

  • Inpatient Unit (IPU)
  • Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
  • Family Birthing Center (FCU)

Take a look at the power the Hospital Patient Portal gives you:

  • Print Health Record
    Access your personal health record or download and print to look at again later.
  • View Hospital Stay Summary
    Don’t remember what the nurse or doctor covered during your discharge? View a summary.
  • View Lab Results
    Receive and view the lab results that were made during your hospital stay.

The best part of the Hospital Patient Portal, it’s FREE!

The Hospital Patient Portal is NOT meant for urgent care requests or emergencies.  

Urgent needs should be requested by telephone. Please call your primary care provider's office.  

Please call 911 in any and all emergency situations.  

Hospital Patient Portal Features

View and Download Health Record

The Hospital Patient Portal is meant to be a snap shot of your hospital stay.

We’ve made access to your hospital health record available to you 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week. Take a quick peak at your records, or download them and print them to look at later.

On your first login, your information might look a little sparse. If you have not had a recent hospital stay, there will be no information to display.

View Discharge Summary*

Don’t remember the information the nurse or doctor covered at the end of your visit? You can log into the Hospital Patient Portal and view a discharge summaries for your past hospital stays.

View Lab Results

Do you want to take another look at your lab results? Within this feature, review nonsensitive lab results.

While we perform about 95 percent of lab tests at the UP Health System - Portage facility in Hancock, we do send some tests out to other facilities. Those tests will take longer to get results.

*Some features won’t be fully available to you unless you’ve had a hospital visit since September 2014.