As of 3/18/13, we no longer have a connection between your MyChart and myChildren's login. We're sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. If you had access to your child’s records via MyChart, please login via the link to the right. We will be redesigning the myChildren’s online experience soon, so please tell us what you’d like to see. Send your feedback to email@example.com.
For a personalized health option for your family, please download our NEW MOBILE app called myChildren’s! Features include:
Emergency and urgent care information
Maps and directions to all services
Immunization schedule for your child and more!
The myChildren's app is available for both iPhones and Android!
MyChart changes as of 3/18/13
Please note - if you had a MyChart account and did not reset your password as of 3/18/13 your account may have been deactivated. You will need to contact your clinic to request a MyChart Activation Code.
MyChart is a tool to help manage your child's medical information now offering additional features in a new site. MyChart allows access to a summary medical record and allows you to communicate with your Nationwide Children's Hospital health care providers. Saving you time and providing your answers. Remember, MyChart is not to be used for urgent matters; if you have an urgent matter, please call your clinic.
With MyChart you can:
View your health summary
View test results (most results will be released within a two-week time frame)
View Medications on file and request prescription renewals
View Allergies and Immunizations on file
View Medical History and Current Health Issues
Access trusted health information resources
Download your Health Record
Communicate electronically and securely with your medical care team
Request medical appointments
View details about past appointments and hospital admissions
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Consent for Treatment
All patients who come to Nationwide Children’s Hospital for medical treatment need to have a signed consent for treatment on file. If a child under 18 comes to Nationwide Children’s Hospital for treatment with someone other than their parent or legal guardian, we need an authorization from the parent or legal guardian to allow them to sign medical consent for the child. The authorization form names someone over the age of 18, chosen by the parent or legal guardian, to seek medical treatment and sign consent for the child. For example, a babysitter, teacher or other family member. Make sure that anyone caring for your child who may need to seek medical attention for your child in your absence, has a completed authorization form. Download the consent form here.
Yes, the myChart status is noted on the patient medical record.
Once logged into myChildren’s click the red “access myChart” button on the right. When you are in myChart, you will see a quick link icon that allows you to “Send a message to your doctor’s office”.
Most results will be released within a two week timeframe. If you have questions regarding lab results, please contact the clinic directly.
You will need to be authorized for proxy access for each child. This one time process is done during a clinic visit.
"Proxy Access" – Individuals may request proxy access to a minor’s myChart account during a clinic visit. Such access will only be granted to parties with parental rights or legal guardianship over the patient and only to the extent that the party requesting proxy access can demonstrate the legal right to that patient’s medical information. If the proxy’s legal relationship with the account holder changes, please notify your clinic Nationwide Children’s Hospital reserves the right to revoke proxy access at any time for any reason.
Minor Eligibility – We encourage mature teenagers to take control of their medical care; therefore, a patient 13 or older may request a personal account. Parents or guardians of minor children may request access to the minor child’s account by following the terms outlined in the “Proxy Access” section of this Terms and Conditions statement. If the teen does not want the parent to have access to their myChart account, and the parent or legal guardian wants access to the account, Nationwide Children’s Hospital reserves the right to deny myChart access to either or both parties.
When you have a new appointment, prescription, or message; you will be alerted via email. Although the site itself is continuously updated, certain lab results may take up to two weeks to be shown in myChart.
Within myChart, under the Preference heading, there is a link called change address. By clicking on the link, it will allow you to update the patient’s mailing address and phone number.
There is no expiration date at this time other than the child becoming an adult and being able to view their own record.
Currently, all available information is displayed online. However, the information a “proxy” can view will change when the patient becomes 13 and will be eliminated when the patient turns 18.
Please contact the clinic you attended for all myChart questions.