Access Patient Portal. Click Settings > Patient Portal . The Patient Portal Dashboard page launches in a web browser. An alternate way to access the Patient Portal is to: Open a web browser and type portal.kareo.com in the address bar. Click For Doctors on the bottom. The Patient Portal landing page opens. Click Sign in on the upper right.
Yes we have a patient portal. You can schedule appointments, access lab results, request refills, view medical records, and send messages directly to your provider. You can learn more here.
A patient portal is a secure online website that gives patients convenient, 24-hour access to personal health information from anywhere with an Internet connection. Using a secure username and password, patients can view health information such as: Some patient portals also allow you to:
This is a business card with information on the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal for staff and providers to hand out to patients. This is the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal Brochure, which describes what the Patient Portal is and how to access it. This fact sheet describes the MHS GENESIS Cybersecurity transformation.
With our Patient Access Portal, you can securely access your health information anytime and from anywhere you have internet access.
Patients at the Mountain Family Care Center, Mount Jefferson Family Medicine, Fleetwood Family Medicine and Ashe Orthopedics can access a Patient Portal just for them by clicking here.
The COVID-19 Hotline is experiencing an extremely high volume of calls in response to the Omicron surge. In lieu of leaving a voicemail, please contact the Exposure Management Team.
All students, faculty, staff and others living, learning or working on campus — regardless of their vaccination status — are required to test once a week and are encouraged to voluntarily take a second test each week.
The Ashe Center will be closed on Monday, February 21, 2022, in observance of the Presidents' Day university holiday.
Following UCLA’s extension of remote instruction and a significant increase in COVID-19 cases, campus leaders share updates on COVID-19 protocols for winter quarter related to vaccines, testing and student services. After the presentation, panelists answer student questions submitted prior to the town hall.
UCLA will be returning to in-person instruction on Monday, Jan. 31. We are able to make this transition due to improving conditions, including decreasing case and test positivity rates at UCLA and in L.A. County, as well as increased compliance with the new campus COVID-19 testing protocols and vaccine booster requirements announced last month.