Patient Portals Access Page
What is the Patient Portal?
The Patient Portal is a free online service that gives you 24/7 access to your health information. It is a secure and convenient way to:
- view information about your Middlesex Hospital visits
- view medications prescribed during your visit
- view allergies identified during your visit
- view immunizations given during your visit
- view lab and diagnostic procedure results
- share your hospital information with your physicians
- be more informed and prepared for planned follow-up care
Why is using the Patient Portal important?
Using the Patient Portal can help you be more actively involved in your health care. It can help you communicate with your physicians and make more informed decisions about your care.
Am I eligible to sign up for the Patient Portal?
You are eligible if you are a patient of Middlesex Hospital with an inpatient stay on or after July 1, 2014.
Do I have to pay to access the Patient Portal?
No! The Patient Portal is a free service we offer to our patients.
Setup and Access
What do I need to set up and access the Patient Portal?
All you need is access to a computer, tablet, laptop, or Smartphone, an internet connection, and an email account.
Do I have to download anything on my computer?
No downloading or installing necessary! You can access your Patient Portal from any computer, tablet, laptop, or Smartphone with an internet connection.
What browsers are recommended for accessing the Patient Portal?
Your Patient Portal is compatible with most web browsers.
What devices can I use to access the Patient Portal?
You can access the Patient Portal on any device that has internet access such as computers, tablets, laptops, and Smartphones.
What information do I need to register for the Patient Portal?
You will need a valid email address. You will be asked to select a security question when you activate your account. We will use your answer to this security question to help verify your identity in the event that you forget your password.
How do I sign up for the Patient Portal?
During your hospital admission process, you will be asked to provide a valid email address so that we can send you an email invite to access the Patient Portal. This email invite will be sent after your discharge from Middlesex Hospital. Click on the link that was provided to you in your email to complete the registration of the Patient Portal account.
How do I access my information once I have set up my account?
After you have set up your account, go to the website myMiddlesex.org and login.
When can I sign in to the Patient Portal?
Anytime! Your Patient Portal is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Is information about my visit immediately available?
Information about your visit is available on your Patient Portal within 36 hours of your discharge from the hospital.
What if I want to access my health information from before July 1, 2014?
Please contact Middlesex Health Information services at (860) 358-6222.
Will I receive emails after each admission to the hospital?
Yes. You receive your initial email inviting you to set up your Patient Portal, and you will be sent an email with any new inpatient hospital admission. A new summary of care document will post to your Portal within 36 hours of your discharge.
Privacy and Security
Is this Patient Portal secure?
The Patient Portal uses a secure, encrypted connection that meets the highest industry standards. Your personal and medical information in your Patient Portal is confidential.
Only you or those you authorize will be able to view the information in your Patient Portal.
We will not share, sell, or lease your information.
Is my entire health history included in the Patient Portal?
No. Some of the more commonly requested results for services provided at Middlesex Hospital beginning July 1, 2014 are available through your Patient Portal account.
What information can I access on the Patient Portal?
The information includes certain lab results, radiology test results, medication list, immunizations, allergies, vital signs and more.
Sharing Your Health Information with Your Physicians
What should I do if I see a lab result or something else in my record that I have questions about?
Please contact your physician for questions regarding your results and all other health related questions.
Can I use regular email to send my record to my physician's office?
Please do not email your records to your provider. Email is not a secure means of transferring your health information.
What if I have questions about my medical records?
If you have questions about your medical records, please contact Health Information Services at (860) 358-6222.
Who should I contact if I have trouble logging in or accessing the Patient Portal?
If you have trouble logging in or accessing your Patient Portal, please call our Patient Portal Assistance Line at (860) 358-6080 or email myMiddlesex@midhosp.org
What do I do if I forgot my User ID or Password?
Click on the "Cannot access your account?", next Select "Forgot Password" or "Forgot Username" button. At the prompt, provide the requested information. You will then receive an email in a few minutes to help reset your password.
If I have a technical problem, or a non-urgent question that I don't see answered above, how can I get help?
Please contact us for assistance by calling our Patient Portal Assistance Line at 860-358-6080 or email us at myMiddlesex@middlesex.org