A convenient way to manage your health information online is through the MyUofMHealth patient portal. Connecting to the outlet gives you access to your medical care when and where it’s suitable for you, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Here are some available features within your MyUofMHealth patient portal account.MyUofMHealth

When logged into your MyUofMHealth account, using Your Menu at the top, you can click on Personal Information in the Account Settings section. You can update your contact information, emergency contact information, and personal details using the Edit button. Remember to click the save changes button. To change your password, click Security Settings in the Account section.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I view my child’s medical record?

To access your child’s information, complete an online submission form by clicking here to configure your proxy access. You can also request access at your child’s next clinical appointment. You will be asked to fill in a form and receive an activation code. Parental access to the child’s records depends on the child’s age. Find out how a parent/guardian accesses a child’s information panel.

How can an adult grant proxy access to another adult?

Please use this form if you are an adult patient (18+) and would like to authorize another adult to access (proxy) your MyUofMHealth account. The patient and representative must have their valid email addresses.

The patient can grant full or limited access to the MyUofMHealth account. The full entry may include:

Information regarding the diagnosis and/or treatment of mental illness.

  • Alcohol/drug abuse.
  • Sexually transmitted infections (including HIV or AIDS test results).
  • Developmental disorders.
  • Results of genetic tests.

The patient has the right to revoke access to a power of attorney at any time. It is the patient’s responsibility to revoke access to the proxy. Please contact Patient Portal Support at 734-615-0872 if you have additional questions.

What should I do if I don’t understand my health information?

You can discuss issues with your supplier during your next office visit. You can also read various health topics on their portal for more information.