Lee Health offers patients a secure, online way to access their medical records. Anywhere, anytime you can count on Lee Health's MyChart. Our personalized, convenient, online services make it easy for you to: You can sign up for MyChart by going to our Sign Up Now page.
Both new and existing patients can request an appointment with a Lee Health physician. We recognize that patients and their families are knowledgeable members of the care team and we want to include their unique perspectives and valuable feedback about their experience at a hospital.
Lee Health has four adult acute care hospitals, one chidren's hospital, and two specialty hospitals. Office hours at all locations are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. To obtain copies of medical records see below for directions of how to request copies. STAT requests should be faxed to one of the hospitals in the Office Locations section below.
Lee Health is well-equipped to provide safe and exceptional care to all patients, and the current staffing and capacity matters are not a reason to delay care. Medical emergencies happen to all of us, usually when we least expect it.
Vaccination is an important step in ending the COVID-19 pandemic and return to normal life. At Lee Health, we urge you to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Our vaccination clinic is open to anyone age 12+ and you can get an appointment as early as this week.
All the information you need about the COVID-19 Vaccine in Lee County. Stay up to date with the latest updates on Coronavirus (COVID-19) here.
As the current wave of the coronavirus continues to spread across Southwest Florida, Lee Health is making its Lee Telehealth service free until further notice. The normal cost of a visit is $49. Lee Telehealth connects patients directly with a physician or advanced provider and is available 24/7.
It is safe to come to the hospital or emergency room. Lee Health is well-equipped to provide safe and exceptional care to all patients, and the current staffing and capacity matters are not a reason to delay care.
Medical emergencies happen to all of us, usually when we least expect it. Our emergency rooms – available at all of our hospital locations - will calm your fears with staff members trained to treat severe and life-threatening conditions.
Countless families and friends have been affected by a breast cancer diagnosis. The fear women and men face of the unknown is only heightened when combined with costs of treatment, travel, and navigating their new world. That's why at Lee Health we've turned October into HOPETOBER, a month dedicated to giving hope to breast cancer patients.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer. We have faced challenges over the past year and breast cancer is no exception. We hope to provide inspiration, education and support services to those fighting.
Whether you're a Lee Health patient or visiting a friend or loved one, we want to make your experience with us as comfortable as possible. Use the pages in this section to learn more about our patient and visitors services.
We invite you to use this section to learn more about us and the services that we offer to parents. We offer resources to help parents from the time their child is born to adulthood.
Both new and existing patients can request an appointment with a Lee Health physician.
Establish a personal health record (PHR) to monitor the accuracy of your health information. PHRs are an excellent way for you to play a leading role in your health care by tracking and monitoring your health status or that of family members in your care.
HIM professionals are responsible for the collection, storage, coding, processing, analysis, interpretation, application, privacy, and sharing of information for a wide range of purposes in health care settings. Today, HIM professionals are increasingly performing these tasks using emerging technology and helping healthcare professionals access the information they need to support clinical decision-making, research financial management, and personal health management.
Means by which you or a third-party payer can verify that services billed were actually provided. Tool in educating health professionals. Source of data for medical research. Source of information for public health officials charged with improving the health of the nation.
Health Information Management - Medical Records. Health Information Management (HIM), also known as the Medical Records Department, is charged with custodial responsibilities for your medical record. The record contains important medical information and the details supporting your health evaluation/assessments, diagnosis, ...
Lee Health has four adult acute care hospitals, one chidren's hospital, and two specialty hospitals. Office hours at all locations are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. To obtain copies of medical records see below for directions of how to request copies.
Be aware that not all organizations or entities that collect and maintain your health information are covered by federal or state privacy laws. Obtain and maintain copies of your medical records and information so you can use the information to monitor your care and spot any errors in the information.
If you do not remember your password, you can use the MyChart Password Reset Tool to help you regain access to your MyChart account. After five unsuccessful login attempts your account will be disabled. You can use the form below to contact support to help you regain access to your disabled MyChart account.
If you have an e-mail address on file you can use the MyChart ID Recovery Tool to have your MyChart ID sent to your e-mail account. If you do not have a valid e-mail address on file, you can use the form below to contact support to help you regain access to your MyChart account.
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM EST – Mon-Friday. Response times may vary due to the volume of messages received.
Experiencing login problems with MyChart? Complete the technical support form below and submit.
If you need immediate attention, please go to an Emergency Department or call 911.