The Royal Free London MyHealth patient portal is a new, secure online NHS system that allows you to look at information from your hospital record, manage hospital appointments and receive test results and messages from your hospital care team.
The MyHealth patient portal is currently available to some patients at Barnet Hospital and Chase Farm Hospital and will be available to more patients during 2019.
If you are already registered, click here to access the portal
What can I do on the MyHealth patient portal?
MyHealth gives you quick, convenient and secure access to your hospital health information. It is available around the clock on a computer, tablet or smartphone.
The MyHealth patient portal is a new system and we will be adding more information to it over time. Right now you can access:
- Test results: view laboratory and radiology results such as blood tests and x-ray reports
- Appointments: check the date and time of upcoming appointments and request to reschedule or cancel
- Messages and documents: a place to receive messages about your care and to view copies of letters and other documents from the hospital
- Forms: complete and return forms online from home
- Procedures: view records of procedures you’ve had
- Allergies: check your recorded allergies.
Who is the MyHealth patient portal for?
At present, the MyHealth patient portal is available to any Barnet Hospital or Chase Farm Hospital patient aged 18 and over.
In time we want all our patients to have access to MyHealth. We also want to enable people’s authorised carers and the parents of younger patients to access the patient portal on their behalf.
How to register for the MyHealth patient portal
You can register for MyHealth by visiting reception in the pre-operative assessment areas of Barnet Hospital or Chase Farm Hospital. The portal is a secure system so you will need to bring a form of photo identification with you and proof of your address.
|Documents accepted as photo ID||Documents accepted as proof of current address|
|Passport – UK (Channel Islands, Isle of Man or Irish) or EU/other nationalities||Driving licence – UK full or provisional photo-card containing current address|
|Passport – of non-EU nationals and other valid evidence relating to immigration status and permission to work||Bank statement issued within the last three months|
|Driving licence – UK full or provisional photo-card (also accepted as proof of address)||Utility bill issued within the last three months|
|International driving licence – EU/other nationalities photo-card (valid up to 12 months up to the date of when the individual entered the UK and providing that the person checking is confident that non-UK photo-card driving licences are genuine)||Council tax bill issued within the last three months|
|Biometric Residence Permit|
|HM Armed Forces Identity card|
|ID cards – carrying the PASS accreditation logo (UK and Channel Islands), eg a UK Citizen ID card. This card can be applied for by residents of the UK and is verifiable with similar security marks to UK passports and driving licences|
You will need to provide an email address and we will ask you to choose a security question and answer.
We will then send you an email with instructions on how to complete the registration process. As part of this, you’ll set up your own username and password. Please keep these safe.
To find out more about the MyHealth patient portal, please see our frequently asked questions.
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