Ascension St. John Appointment Check in and Bill Pay Portal allows you to easily check in online prior to your appointment by clicking here. Once you create an account, you can also:
Ascension St. John Patient Portal is a secure tool that keeps you in charge of your health and connected and engaged with your physician and care team. Using this convenient platform, you can:
You can now sign up for the Ascension St. John Patient Portal in person, by phone or online.
Ask any Ascension St. John staff in the clinic, hospital, or urgent care to help you sign up for the Ascension St John Patient Portal in person or by phone. To enroll online, click here.
To view your Patient Portal health information whenever you like, bookmark or visit www.Ascension.org/StJohnPatientPortal.
Rest assured your information will always be kept confidential between you and your Provider. However, you can choose to give another person access to your Ascension St. John Patient Portal account. They will be called your proxy. If you are in person at your clinic, you can fill out the required paperwork to add a proxy. If you are registering online, please call your clinic to add a proxy.
Parents of minors: The Ascension St. John Patient Portal account you set up for your child will be closed after they turn 18. By Oklahoma law, your teen, upon the age of 18, may register for and create their own account by talking to their health care provider. You will receive notification via email regarding this change to the account on your child’s 18th birthday.
If you have difficulty in the Ascension St. John Patient Portal with logging in, creating your account or navigating the site, help is available 24 hours a day by calling 1-877-621-8014. If your security answer is not working, you have forgotten your answer, or cannot locate your MRN number, contact the PulseLine at 918-744-0123.
If you encounter issues with the Ascension St. John Appointment Check in and Bill Pay portal, please call your local Provider’s office for assistance.
*Some hospital-based Providers may not be able to receive messages, refill requests or appointment requests.