myUCLAhealth offers patients personalized and secure on-line access to portions of their health information. It enables you to securely use the Internet to help manage and receive information about your health. With myUCLAhealth, you can use the Internet to:
myUCLAhealth is a free service offered to our patients.Return to Top
Patients who wish to participate will be issued a myUCLAhealth activation code during their office visit. This code will enable you to login and create your own user ID and password. UCLA Patients (only) can now request an activation code online by completing a form (click here). myUCLAhealth is only offered at clinics that have gone live with the new system. Thank you for your patience.Return to Top
Password Trouble:When entering your password be sure that your caps lock is off; passwords are case-sensitive. Keep in mind spaces are counted as characters, be sure that there are no spaces in the password field to prevent incorrect password input. If you have forgotten your password, click Forgot Password.
Keep in mind that your browser may also allow you to store login information, this information may not automatically update when you change your password for your myUCLAhealth account. If your password is already stored by your browser, be sure to clear the password field prior to entering your updated password.
User Recovery: Click Forgot myUCLAhealth Username.
Invalid Access Code: Click "I need an activation code" button to request an access code to be sent to you.
Please call our myUCLAhealth Patient Support Line, available 24/7, at (855) 364-7052.
Who do I contact if I have further questions?
Invalid Access Code: Click "I need an activation code" button to request an access code to be sent to you.Return to Top
Please call our myUCLAhealth Patient Support Line, available 24/7, at (855) 364-7052.
For outpatient tests, results are released to your myUCLAhealth account after your physician has reviewed them or within three business days of when the results become available. Tests taken during a hospital admission are available within a few hours. Certain tests may take longer to process than others. Imaging, pathology, and cytology reports are only viewable at the doctor’s discretion. Only the impression section of all imaging reports is viewable in your account.Return to Top
Your physician is able to determine which types of test results are able to be accessed through myUCLAhealth. Further, tests of a very sensitive nature are not released to myUCLAhealth. Please contact the Medical Records office to obtain a full copy of your results by visiting uclahealth.org/medicalrecords or call the Medical Records office at (310) 825-6021.Return to Top
Test results from the time you sign-up for your myUCLAhealth account and onward will be available for viewing. Past results are not automatically available for viewing. If you do not see a test result that was taken after you have activated your account, please send a message through myUCLAhealth to your doctor’s office to request it be released to you. The particular test may require the doctor to manually send the result to your account.Return to Top
Your myUCLAhealth information comes directly from your electronic medical record at UCLA Health. If you would like to make changes to your Health Issues, Allergies, or Medications list, utilize the “plus” and “minus” buttons in those sections to submit an update request to your doctor. Your doctor will review them with you upon your next visit. For all other changes, send your doctor a message through your myUCLAhealth account.Return to Top
You will generally receive an answer within two business days. Please note that myUCLAhealth 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.Return to Top
The physician dropdown menu is populated based on which doctor you have seen in an in-person appointment. Doctors and other clinicians working in the hospitals will not be available for messaging. If you have not seen a particular doctor in the last 18 months, he/she will be automatically removed from your dropdown menu.Return to Top
Your appointment and messaging options are for outpatient appointments. If you did not have an existing myUCLAhealth account prior to being admitted to the hospital, no medical offices will be linked to your account. After your next outpatient visit, the appointment and messaging functionality will be made available.Return to Top
Please visit uclahealth.org/medicalrecords to complete an Authorization for Release of Health Information form and further instructions or call the Medical Record office at (310) 825-6021.Return to Top
You have the option of sending your doctor's office a message requesting the contact information for the "Referred to" physician/office to schedule an appointment or you can Google search for the information. If you choose to Google search, it is highly recommended that you still follow up with your referring doctor's office to verify that you have the correct contact information.Return to Top
Feel free to send a message to the referring doctor to inquire about referral statusReturn to Top
Yes. This is called Proxy access and allows a parent, legal guardian, or caretaker to initially log in through their personal myUCLAhealth account before they can connect to information regarding their family member.
If you are the parent or legal guardian of a patient under 18 years of age, you may request proxy access at the patient’s next outpatient appointment. Please note that proxy access to patients between 12-17 years of age will be limited to view only access.
If you are requesting proxy access to a consenting adult’s account, the consenting patient must complete the Adult Proxy Consent Form and submit it to his/her doctor’s office.
If proxy access is needed for a patient with diminished capacity, please present appropriate legal documentation, such as Power of Attorney or Health Directive, to the patient’s doctor’s office or to the UCLA Health Medical Records Office (uclahealth.org/medicalrecords).Return to Top
Proxy access requests must be made in person at one of the following locations:
Full proxy access is available for patients under the age of 12 years and adult patients age 18 and older. Proxies of teenage patients, between 12 to 17 years of age, will have limited view only access to Health Issues, Allergies, Immunizations, and Test Results.Return to Top
At this time, there is no method of limiting the type of information an approved proxy can access. There are two options: no access or full access to your account.Return to Top
myUCLAhealth offers direct access to your personal health record and communication about another individual's information would be placed in your health record. This information would not appear in the correct health record and could potentially jeopardize medical care. However, if you are a proxy for a patient under the age of 12 years or an adult patient age 18 and older, you may log in to your own account and access the patient's account to send a question on behalf of the patient.Return to Top
No. Due to the sensitive nature of medical information, each adult UCLA patient must establish their own myUCLAhealth . However, if you would like your spouse to have access to your health information, you may grant proxy access to each other’s accounts by completing the Adult Proxy Consent Form for each other.Return to Top
You may click the "Forgot password" link on the sign-in page to reset your password online. You may also contact our myUCLAhealth Patient Support Line at (855) 364-7052 to request a new, secure password.Return to Top
Please call our Patient Support Line at (855) 364-7052 to your retrieve your activation code. Please have your medical record number and date of birth ready before you call. You may also ask for one at your next visit. Privacy issues prevent us from e-mailing a new activation code to you.Return to Top
Log into myUCLAhealth and from the left menu, go to the My Contact Information section and select the appropriate option.Return to Top
When a patient’s status is changed to “deceased” in our electronic medical record system, the patient’s online account is immediately deactivated and all users designated as proxy to the patient’s myUCLAhealth account will lose access immediately as well. Family members who wish to obtain the patient’s medical information should submit their request to the UCLA Health Medical Records Office uclahealth.org/medicalrecords or contact them directly at (310) 825-6021.Return to Top
We take great care to ensure your health information is kept private and secure. Access to information is controlled through secure activation codes, personal IDs and passwords. Each person controls his or her password, and the account cannot be accessed without that password. Further, myUCLAhealth uses the latest 128-bit SSL encryption technology with no caching to automatically encrypt your session with myUCLAhealth. Unlike conventional e-mail, all myUCLAhealth messaging is done while you are securely logged on to our website.Return to Top
myUCLAhealth is owned and operated by UCLA Health and is fully compliant with federal and state laws pertaining to your privacy. Your name and e-mail address will be treated with the same care and privacy given your health records and will never be sold or leased by myUCLAhealth.Return to Top
We aim to protect your privacy and security of your information. While logged into myUCLAhealth, if your keyboard remains idle for 10 minutes or more, you will be automatically logged out of myUCLAhealth. We recommend that you log out of your myUCLAhealth session if you need to leave your computer for even a short period of time.Return to Top
You need access to a computer connected to the Internet and an up-to-date browser (such as Internet Explorer).Return to Top
For your security, your activation code expires after 1 year and is no longer valid after the first time you use it. Please contact our myUCLAhealth Patient Support Line at (855) 364-7052 for further assistanceReturn to Top
No, your activation code is not your myUCLAhealth ID or password. You will use this code only once to log into myUCLAhealth for the first time. (The code will expire after you have used it or after 1 year). When you log into myUCLAhealth the first time, you will then be asked to create your own unique myUCLAhealth ID and password.Return to Top
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