We’re committed to providing you with personalized, compassionate care and access to your medical records online. Here you’ll find information on how to access your Ascension patient portal for either hospital or doctor office visits.
Signing up for your patient portal
Most locations have two different portals: one is for your hospital visit information, and the other contains information from office visits with your doctor. Follow these steps to sign up:
- To sign up for a portal for your hospital visits, go to any registration desk in your local Ascension hospital. After providing your basic information, you will receive an email with an activation link. Follow the prompts to complete the sign-up process.
- To sign up for a portal for your doctor office visits, call your Ascension Medical Group doctor’s office or simply talk to them when you are there for a visit.
- It only takes a few minutes and four simple steps to set up your personal patient portal, available anytime 24 hours a day, from your computer, tablet or mobile device!
To access the right portal option for you, select the state where you received service.
Ascension St. Vincent’s
Ascension Sacred Heart
Ascension Alexian Brothers, Ascension Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital, Ascension Alexian Brothers Rehabilitation Hospital
Ascension Saint Mary - Chicago, Ascension Saint Alexius, Ascension Saint Elizabeth - Chicago, Ascension Resurrection, Ascension Saint Joseph - Chicago
Ascension Saint Alexius Women & Children’s Hospital
- Hospital or doctor office visit portal
Ascension Saint Joseph - Elgin
Ascension Saint Joseph Hospital - Joliet
Ascension Saint Mary - Kankakee
Amita Health Medical Group
Amita Health Behavioral Medicine Group Practice
AMITA Health Center for Mental Health
Chicago Heart and Vascular locations
Ascension Via Christi - Manhattan
Ascension Via Christi - Pittsburg
Ascension Via Christi - Wamego
Ascension Via Christi - Wichita
Mid-Michigan - Ascension Genesys
Michigan - Northern Michigan (Ascension St. Mary’s Hospital, Ascension St. Joseph Hospital, Ascension Standish Hospital)
Michigan - Ascension Borgess
Michigan - Southeast Michigan
Ascension Providence Hospital, Ascension Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Ascension St. John Hospital, Ascension River District Hospital
Ascension Providence Rochester Hospital
- Hospital visit portal
- Doctor visit portal
- Hospital visits portal - enrollment
- Meaningful use certificate of compliance
- Electronic Request for Records
- Patient portal
- Electronic Request for Records
- App download (iPhone or Android)
- Portal enrollment questions - call 844-757-5607
- Historic data:
- My Hospital Record (for hospital-based services only provided prior to January 23, 2016 in Racine County or May 21, 2016 in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties at legacy Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare hospitals and clinics)
- CSMConnect (for clinic and hospital-based services provided by legacy Columbia St. Mary's prior to October 22, 2021 in Milwaukee)
- Ascension Columbia St. Mary's (for clinic billing provided by legacy Columbia St. Mary's prior to October 22, 2021 in Milwaukee)
- Madison Medical Affiliates (for clinic billing provided by Madison Medical Affiliates prior to October 22, 2021 in Milwaukee)
Frequently asked questions
- Can anyone sign up for access to their patient portal?
You must be 13 years of age or older to sign up for a patient portal.
- Can I enroll my child for their patient portal?
You may sign up for access to your child’s information if they are under 13. Once they reach age 13, a child can give “proxy” access to another adult. Once a person turns 18, they need to register for their own account by talking to their healthcare provider.
- Will my information be kept confidential?
Like your paper-based record, your EHR is protected by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Your privacy is very important to us. Rest assured your health information is always kept confidential.
- Can I share my password with a family member so that he/she doesn’t need to sign up for proxy access?
This isn’t recommended. Each person should have his or her own account. That way, you will always have the choice in the future to stop sharing your information with another person.