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myUHN is a secure website for patients at University Health Network (UHN) that lets you safely see your appointments and results as soon as they are ready. With myUHN, you can access your personal health record anywhere, anytime on a computer, smartphone or tablet.
UHN includes: Toronto General Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto Rehab Institute and Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
For now, only patients seen at the following clinics can register to help us learn how patients will use it:
With myUHN, you can:
Click here for more information on the types of personal health information you can see in myUHN.
Having quick and safe access to your health record can help you:
Having a myUHN account will not replace any part of the care you normally receive at UHN. myUHN is an added service that can improve your patient experience. It can do this by providing you with your health information quickly and conveniently.
myUHN may not show all of your appointments and results.
If an appointment does not appear, follow the instructions your clinic provided you. If you need a copy of a result that does not appear in myUHN, you can ask for a copy from
Health Record Services (for a fee).
Results and reports from health care providers outside UHN are not available in myUHN.
If you have any questions about what does and does not appear in your myUHN account, please contact myUHN Support by calling 416 340 3777 between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday or emailing
Having access to your UHN health record online means you can regularly check to make sure your information is correct. We make every effort to avoid mistakes, but they can and do sometimes happen. Your help in finding and reporting them improves the safety of your care.
It's very important to correct your health record if something is wrong or missing that could affect your treatment now or in the future. For example:
If you think there is a mistake, but you are not sure, it's always better to contact your health care team to confirm the information.
To correct information like your name, address and other contact information, please call your clinic or talk to a member of your health care team when you check-in at your next appointment.
To ask for your health records (like reports or clinic notes) to be corrected or updated, go to the
Health Record Services page for more information.
Please speak to a member of your UHN health care team.
No. myUHN does not include communication tools such as email or Internet chat.
You can sign into your myUHN account on a tablet or smartphone.
You can also use any computer that has Internet. Places like UHN Patient Education Libraries or public libraries have computers for visitors to use. Always be very careful about protecting your personal health information when you are using a public computer.
Click here to learn what you can do to protect your health information when you are using a public computer.
No. You can only see your personal health information in myUHN, not change it. To update your personal information, please call your clinic or speak to a member of your health care team at your next appointment.
Yes. You can ask for a printed copy of your personal health records at the
Health Record Services office at UHN (for a fee).
No, myUHN is only available in English.
myUHN supports the following commonly used web browsers:
Please make sure you keep your web browser up-to-date by downloading the latest versions.
No. Since myUHN provides access to your entire patient record, only you can invite some to be a shared access user (after you register for your portal account). If you become incapable, your SDM can request to access your record through Health Record Services. For more information, see the "Shared Access" section in your portal account.
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