rural health patient portal

by Rafaela Jacobi 3 min read

How to access patient portal?

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 in the address bar. Click For Doctors on the bottom. The Patient Portal landing page opens. Click Sign in on the upper right.

How to use your patient portal?

  • Download the free 'MEDITECH MHealth' app from the Apple Store or Google Play (depending on your device).
  • Once it has downloaded, open the app. ...
  • Click on the app again, and then select 'Connected Care Patient Portal.'
  • Enter your login ID and password
  • From the app home screen you will now be able to access your health information.

Why do we use patient portal?

You also may be able to view:

  • Test results
  • Visit summaries
  • Your medical history including allergies, immunizations, and medicines
  • Patient-education articles

What is the value of a patient portal?

Portals can yield actual value for providers by boosting clinical and financial outcomes. They have the potential to drive patient engagement, patient satisfaction, loyalty, retention, and health outcomes. This is how it can be done.



At Rural Health Group, excellent patient care is our first priority. In order to better serve our new patients we have posted new patient packets for both our medical and dental practices.

Paying for Your Visit

Payment options include: Cash, Checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and America Express. Care Credit (Dental and Women’s Health).

Sliding Fee Program

Rural Health Group believes that access to health care is a fundamental right that should not be limited by an individual’s ability to pay. Rural Health Group receives modest federal support to provide care to people with limited financial means.


Patients will qualify for sliding fee discounts based on household size and income. Eligibility is extended to all patients, regardless of other medical coverage, with the exception of NC Medicaid. (Patients with Medicaid coverage for Part B Medicare premiums may be screened for sliding fee).

What is Rural Health?

Rural Health, Inc.'s five clinical sites are a member of the National Health Service Corps.

What insurance is accepted for rural health?

Most private insurance carriers, Medicare, and Medicaid are accepted. Rural Health also offers discounts based on the family income and size for those experiencing financial difficulties. Payment plans are available to help keep your credit in good standing.

Where is RHS located?

RHS offers culturally-competent, comprehensive primary, preventive, and supplemental healthcare services to all people, regardless of ability to pay, through its main facility in Aiken and satellite facilities in Clearwater and South Aiken.

Is Rural Health Services a non profit?

RHS is a private, non-profit, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC).


For our uninsured or underinsured patients we offer a Sliding Fee Program based on income and family size. Cash, sliding fee visits, co-pays and deductibles are due in full at the time of service.


Most Commercial Insurances PA Medical Assistance Chip Programs For our uninsured or underinsured patients we offer a Sliding Fee Program based on income and family size.


Charges for medications are set at rates which cover the cost of the drugs to the organization plus a small handling fee. This keeps the charges as low as possible.