jefferson county health department patient portal

by Mr. Vincent Kuphal 5 min read

What is the JCHC patient portal?

To help you get the best medical care experience possible, Jefferson Comprehensive Health Center, Inc. (JCHC), offers a Patient Portal for your convenience. It is a secure, online personal health record that offers advantages for both you and your provider to make your visit go faster and smoother.

What do I do if I am having trouble using the patient portal?

If you have any difficulty using the Patient Portal, please feel free to contact Mr. John Jackson, Eligibility Worker, at 601-786-3475, Extension 1018, or you may speak with any of JCHC’s Front Desk Receptionists/Staff for further assistance. “ Your Health is Our Business!”

What can I See in the patient portal?

The Patient Portal can allow you to access discrete pieces of your personal care data including: Any medications prescribed by your provider A record of your appointments, including your upcoming visit An account summary with past and present billing information


What is the Jefferson County Public Health Inspection?

Public Health Environmental Health Specialists perform inspections of more than 2,000 food service establishments within Jefferson County. These inspections protect the public's health by assuring that foods sold and served in Jefferson County are as safe as they can be.

Who is the new executive director of Jefferson County Public Health?

Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) is excited to announce and welcome its new Executive Director, Dr. Dawn Comstock. Dr. Comstock is bringing with her decades of experience and a passion for data-driven, equity-minded public health work. Read more.

When will Jeffco move to level clear?

On 5/16, Jeffco will move to Level Clear per PHO 21-001. The county will enter a 90-day observation period and businesses can operate at 100% capacity with no restrictions, except for indoor mask requirements or others set by the State or CDPHE. Read more.

What does summer mean for JCPH?

Summer is here, which means sunshine and enjoying the great outdoors. Insects and animals are also coming out to explore this time of year, so JCPH encourages community members to protect themselves and their loved ones from serious diseases some carry. Read more.

What is JCPH order 20-007?

JCPH today issued Public Health Order 20-007, which requires venues hosting large events to provide a plan outlining how they will adhere to the state’s Safer-at-Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors requirements. Read more.

When will Jefferson County go to orange?

Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) has been notified that as of today, January 4, 2021, the county is being moved to Level Orange on the Dial Framework by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Read more.

Is Jefferson County at risk of tighter restrictions?

Due to a continued increase in COVID-19 cases, Jefferson County is at risk of tighter restrictions, including being moved to Level 3 of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s (CDPHE) Dial Framework. Read more.

What is My Chart?

My Chart Providence Washington offers secure online access to portions of your electronic health record (EHR), called Epic. It enables you to securely use the Internet to receive and help manage information about your health, such as prescription refills and health records.

What is OpenNotes

Each time you have an appointment or discussion with your clinician, he or she describes what happened in a note. Notes often start by listing the symptoms or questions you have.