Enabling this provides you with more accurate distances to providers and locations
MyChart Bedside allows you to be more involved in your care with access to real-time information specific to you during your hospital stay.
View your chart - See your lab results, medications, and health issues. MyChart Bedside shows you the same information that your doctors and nurses see.
Plan your day - See your upcoming medication times, treatments, procedures, or surgeries.
Engage with your care team - Get to know your care team members and see how each person helps to take care of you. They may even have questions for you that could be answered right on your tablet.
Learn about your care - Access education materials and information.
Share your information with family members or caregivers – Provide access to those who you choose to follow along with your care.
You will be able to create a Personal Identification Number (PIN)
To set up a PIN for secure access
You will use this code to access MyChart Bedside each time during your stay in this room.
Ways for a family member, close friend or caregiver to connect
You (and only you) can grant “proxy” access to another adult (18+) to view your MyChart medical record. They must also have a MyChart account.
Once access is granted, access to your medical record will appear in the “proxy” section of that person’s MyChart account.
When you leave the hospital - your MyChart account can be accessed with your mobile phone, tablet, or your computer. It provides information for your continued care including your care team, medications, follow-up visits and more. You can sign up for a Spectrum Health account to stay informed about your healthcare after you leave the hospital.
MyChart Bedside is a free service.
Please talk with your Registered Nurse (RN) about your MyChart information. If you have technical questions, you can call customer support
It depends on the test. Most test results will be viewable on the same day the tests were performed. Other tests may take a few days or weeks before we have results. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to talk to your nurse.
Yes, the patient may choose to share their chart with a family member and a HIPAA release is signed by the patient.
Yes. Your information is controlled through a secure activation process.
MyChart information comes straight from your electronic health record. Please feel free to ask your physician or nurse to fix any information that may be incorrect.
Patient Health Information is automatically wiped from the device when the patient is discharged from the hospital.