summit pacific patient portal

by Mrs. Tina Krajcik 3 min read

How to sign up the patient portal?

With a patient portal, you can:

  • Make appointments (non-urgent)
  • Request referrals
  • Refill prescriptions
  • Check benefits
  • Update insurance or contact information
  • Make payments to your provider's office
  • Complete forms
  • Ask questions through secure e-mail

Do you have a patient portal?

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.

What is our patient portal?

What is a patient portal? 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:

Do you have the patient portal?

With patient portals, the first and foremost thing you will need is a computer and a working internet connection. Create a customized user’s account in the software to avail medical services on your own. Once you enter the patient portal, click on links and products sold by the provider and tap into a new experience.


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Summit Pacific is a primary care focused organization with long-term wellness for the community as its goal. We’re reaching the entire community. We’re not just catering to the sick. We are trying to keep patients healthy, and who doesn’t want to be part of that!

Access to your Medical Records

Summit Pacific Medical Center gives you, or your authorized representatives, two options for accessing your medical records as well as imaging records (CDs, x-rays, MRI, CT, ultrasound, mammography, etc.).

Best Option – Electronic Access to Your Medical Records Using the My SummitCare Patient Portal

My SummitCare is our secure, web-based patient information portal. Here you will be able to review information from your medical records including but not limited to:

Alternative Option – Request Medical Record Copies

To request copies of your medical records, complete a signed release form specifying what is to be released and to whom it is being released. We provide two request types for your convenience:

What is a patient centered medical home?

This means our patient care teams use a team approach that focuses on the patient’s health, and the overall health of the patient’s family unit. This approach helps encourage two-way communication and participation in care plans between the patient and their provider; it also encourages patients to take a proactive approach to managing their own health and the health of their family. The Medical Home project allows more one-on-one time between provider and patient and enables the patients to participate in their healthcare decisions.

What is a family medicine resident?

Family medicine residents are physicians in training who work alongside board-certified family medicine physicians and inter-professional health care providers to promote continuity of care for family medicine patients.

Billing Information

No one will be denied medically necessary services based on their inability to pay. Look below for discounts; some are based on family size and income.

Plain Language Summary of Various Financial Assistance Options and Hierarchy

Property Tax Credit: Patients living within the district may receive a credit in the amount of the public hospital district portion of their property taxes assessed within the same year of the related date of service, up to a maximum annual credit of $500.