You can email us at [email protected] or our Health Information Exchange Unit (HIE) at 734-615-0872, option 2, Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 5:00 pm: call 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm They will work with you and your doctor to ensure your medical records are correct. For more information on the change process, visit https://www.uofmhealth.org.MyUofMHealth

When your child turns 18, access to the MyUofMHealth account will be disabled. Your child (adult) can now log in to their account and fill in the required form to grant proxy access. Your child can apply for their account online or request an activation code at their next clinic appointment.  They can then request proxy access. You can complete the proxy request form online by clicking here.


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In the MyUofMHealth patient portal, you can manage your health information online in a convenient way. Logging into the portal gives you access to healthcare whenever and wherever it’s suitable for you, 24/7. These are just some features available in your MyUofMHealth patient portal account.

What Are The Steps To Login For MyUofMHealth?

You need an activation code for MyUofMHealth first. For your account, you will need to input this code to create your own username, password, and security question. There are two ways to get an activation code:

  • Once you have visited the clinic, you can get an activation code.


  • The online activation code request form can be completed by you.
  • Clicking on the “Request One” button on the website: www.myuofmhealth.org
  • The “Now” button.

To participate, patients will need to obtain an activation code from MyUofMHealth. An activation code can be accepted in two ways. In addition to receiving an activation code after their clinic visit, patients can request an activation code online. Using this code, you can view your account and create a username and password that you choose.

Where do I enter my activation code?

The MyUofMHealth website can be found at www.MyUofMHealth.org. Click on “Sign Up Now” and follow the instructions.

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