Accessing Your Oracle PeopleSoft Account Through

Welcome readers! In this post, we’ll be going over how to sign into your Oracle PeopleSoft account using the login page. Whether you’re a patient looking to access your health records or an employee logging in to update patient information, this guide will walk you through the easy login process step-by-step.

What is is the official website for Texas Health Resources (THR), a large non-profit healthcare system serving patients across North Texas. THR uses Oracle PeopleSoft software to manage patient health records and data for THR hospitals and clinics.

Prerequisites for Logging In

  • Access to the login page (
  • Your Mythr network ID and password credentials
  • An internet-connected device like a computer, smartphone or tablet

Step-by-Step Guide to Logging Into Your Account

Below I’ve outlined the simple steps for accessing your Oracle PeopleSoft account through

  1. Go to in your internet browser
  2. Enter your Network ID and Password
  3. Click Sign In to access your Oracle PeopleSoft account!

And that’s it! Once logged in, you’ll be able to view patient health information, test results, appointment details and more depending on your account permissions.

“The login process was quick and easy. Now I can pull up patient records in just a few clicks.”

Resetting Your Password

If you have trouble with your current password, you can reset it through the login screen. Click “Forgot Password” and input your Network ID to reset it through your email on file.

Contacting Support

If you have any trouble accessing your account through, there are a few ways to get help:

  • Call the Mythr Support Line at 1-877-847-9355
  • Visit the THR Headquarters at 612 E. Lamar Blvd, Arlington TX 76011
  • Email [email protected]

The friendly support team is available to troubleshoot any login issues!

I hope this guide gives you a better understanding of how to access and sign into your Oracle PeopleSoft account through Let me know in the comments if you have any other questions!

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