Accessing Your UCSF Health Records at www.ucsfhealth.org/mychart

Welcome to my guide on using UCSF’s MyChart patient portal! As a patient at UCSF Health, you have access to MyChart – an online tool for managing your health records and care.

In this informal guide, I’ll cover:

  • What is MyChart and what are the key benefits?
  • Walkthrough of logging into your MyChart account
  • Resetting your username or password
  • Who to contact if you need help

My goal is to provide a relaxed yet informative guide to make using MyChart a breeze. Let’s dive in!

What is MyChart?

MyChart is UCSF Health’s patient portal that allows you to access your test results, appointment information, health records, and more online. It’s available 24/7 and optimized for mobile devices.

Here are some of the key things you can do:

  • Message your care team
  • View test and lab results
  • Read visit notes from your doctor
  • Request prescription refills
  • Schedule, change or cancel appointments
  • Access records for your children or teens
  • Review billing statements and pay bills

So in short, it puts control over your health records and care at your fingertips! Pretty neat stuff.

Logging Into Your MyChart Account at www.ucsfhealth.org/mychart

Let’s run through the quick steps to access your account:

  1. Go to www.ucsfhealth.org/mychart
  2. Enter your MyChart username and password
  3. Click Sign In

And that’s it! If you’ve forgotten your login credentials, keep reading for steps on how to reset them.

Resetting Your Username or Password

No worries if you’ve forgotten your username or password – you can easily reset them right from the MyChart login page.

To reset your password:

  • Click Forgot password?
  • Enter your MyChart username, date of birth, and the email on your account
  • Click Next to complete the reset

To look up your username:

  • Click Forgot username?
  • Enter details like your first name, last name, date of birth etc.
  • Click Submit

You should then get an email with your MyChart username.

Getting Help with MyChart

If you have any trouble accessing your MyChart account, UCSF’s support team is available 24/7 to quickly solve any login issues or technical problems.

You can contact them:

The support site also has an extensive FAQ covering common questions to help you troubleshoot on your own.

Putting You in Control

I hope this informal guide gave you a useful introduction to what MyChart is and how you can access your UCSF health records with easy-to-follow steps.

Let me know in the comments if you have any other questions! I’m always happy to help walk through any part of the process in more detail.

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