As a MyChart® user, you will have access to view your health information, test results, manage your appointments, request prescription renewals and more – anywhere, anytime.
Use MyChart® to help make decisions about your health conditions, treatment options, and management of chronic conditions while monitoring the accuracy and security of your health information.
MyChart® offers you convenient and secure online access to portions of your health record. You can use MyChart® to help manage and receive information about your health. With MyChart® you can:
*Offered at many (but not all) locations
MyChart® is offered free to individuals who receive services at a Queen’s Health System (QHS) facility or from a physician who is a participating MyChart® provider.
MyChart® is available to individuals age 18 years or older currently receiving care from a MyChart® participating healthcare provider.
Yes. Enter the Country/Providence in City Field, “HI” in state field, and enter “99999” in zip code field.
MyChart provides access to portions of your health information stored in the QHS Electronic Health Record (EHR). This includes but is not limited to information such as your health summaries, medical history, allergies, immunizations, test results, medications/prescriptions, and discharge instructions. You will also be able to access information about past and future appointments, and billing information related to some clinic, office or hospital visits.
MyChart® does not display all information from your medical record, nor does it give access to every service provided by Queen’s or its associated physicians. If you need information or services beyond what is available to you online, please call your clinic or physician’s office. If you need a complete copy of your QMC medical record, please contact the Queen’s Medical Records Department for information about obtaining additional EHR information. If you need a complete copy of your chart from your physician’s office, please contact his/her office directly.
There are several reasons why a particular test result might not be available to view in MyChart®.
Medication renewal may not be available through MyChart® for various reasons such as:
Some of your physicians may not yet be on MyChart® or they may not be participating with online scheduling. Please contact the provider’s clinic by phone to schedule an appointment.
Your MyChart® information comes directly from your Queen’s electronic health record. Please contact your physician, if they are participating in MyChart® powered by Queen’s. For corrections to The Queen’s Medical Center’s records, please contact the QHS Privacy Coordinator at 808-691-4694.
You will generally receive an answer within 3 business days. Please note that MyChart® should not be used for urgent situations. Please contact your medical center if the situation requires immediate attention or dial 911 if it is an emergency.
Yes. “Proxy Access” allows a MyChart® participant to log into their personal account then connect to another person’s MyChart®. In order to have proxy access both the proxy and the account holder must have a MyChart® account.
There are three types of proxy access offered:
Minor: A parent or legal guardian can request online access to medical records for his/her children who are less than 14 years old. (In consideration of the complexities of federal and state laws relating to minors and consent, parental/guardian access to a minor’s MyChart® is revoked when the child turns 14.)
Adult: An adult MyChart® user can authorize another adult user proxy access to his/her account. For example: an elderly parent can authorize an adult daughter to link into his MyChart account through her MyChart® account so that she can access his health information and help him manage his appointments. This privilege must be authorized in writing by the individual whose MyChart® will be accessed and can be revoked by that individual at any time. Proxy access to an adult’s MyChart® must be renewed annually.
Personal Representative: Proxy access can also be granted to individuals who have legal authority to make healthcare decisions for another individual (e.g., Power of Attorney (POA), Surrogate, Guardian). For example: an individual who has been granted POA for health care can request proxy access to the MyChart® account of the individual for whom they exercise the power of attorney. Legal documentation must be provided in support of this type of proxy request.
Information and forms for proxy access can be obtained from your clinic or physician’s office, the QMC Medical Records Department or by clicking one of the following links: Adult Proxy Request Form (PDF) or Child Proxy Request Form (PDF). Completed forms, with required documentation, can be turned in to your clinic or physician or mailed to:The Queen’s Medical Center MyChart® Medical Records Department 1301 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, HI 96813
All requests and documentation for proxy access must be reviewed for compliance with state and federal privacy rules. Please allow up to 10 business days for a response to your request.
Patients can now manage their own proxy access on their own. The process includes sending an email to the proxy from MyChart®.
Once logged into MyChart®, simply navigate the “Health” tab and click Share My Record. Click the “Friends and family access” button to start the process. Use the “Invite Someone” button and follow the prompts to send the invite. Once the proxy has received the email, they can click the link to finish the verification process.
When the setup is complete the proxy can log into their MyChart® account to view the patient’s profile (profile icon will have an additional icon with person’s name). If further help is needed, email MyChartSupport@queens.org or call MyChart® Support at 1-808-691-5000.
No. MyChart® offers direct access to your health record and communicating about another individual’s information would be placed in your health record. For patient safety, do not send questions regarding another individual from your account.
If you have proxy access on behalf of another patient, please communicate with the healthcare provider from that patient’s account rather than your own.
No. Due to the sensitive nature of medical information each adult must have their own MyChart® account.
You can let your physician know during your next office visit or complete the MyChart® Inactivation Form. You may also email MyChartSupport@queens.org to deactivate your account. You should receive a response to your request within 10 business days.
We take great care to ensure your health information is kept private and secure. Access to information is controlled through secure activation codes, personal usernames, and passwords. Each person controls their password, and the account cannot be accessed without that password. Unlike conventional email, all MyChart® messaging is done while you are securely logged on to our website.
We aim to protect your privacy and security of your information. While logged into MyChart®, if your keyboard remains idle for 5 minutes or more, you will be automatically logged out of MyChart®. We recommend that you log out of your MyChart® session if you need to leave your computer for even a short period of time.
You can access MyChart® on any device that has access to the internet with a compatible web browser that is up to date (Microsoft Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari). This includes desktop computers, laptop computers, tablets, and smart phones.
For mobile devices such as iPhone and Android, we recommend downloading the latest mobile application from the Apple Store or Google Play.