Connect with Your Provider

Welcome to the Allegiance patient portal — a convenient way to manage your health online. Whether you want to request an appointment or review your latest test results, the patient portal delivers the information you need through a convenient, easy-to-use web site.

For Hospital Patients

If you are a hospital patient, the patient portal allows you to receive a summary of your care while you were in the hospital, including any tests, procedures or treatments you received. This is a useful tool for you to take with you to your follow-up appointment with your primary care provider. Read the inpatient portal FAQs.

For Primary Care or Specialty Provider Patients

If you are a patient with a primary care or specialty provider, the patient portal allows you to:

  • Request appointments and receive appointment reminders
  • Request prescription refills
  • Send private messaging to your provider’s office
  • Request and view lab and test results sent to you by your provider
  • Review documents, such as a summary of your last visit

Read the outpatient portal FAQs.

Free, personalized & secure

When you use the patient portal you can be confident your name and email address will be treated with the same care and privacy given your medical records.

For your convenience, you’ll receive email notices when you have important information waiting for you on the patient portal.

Enrolling & Logging-in

If you are being admitted to the hospital, you can enroll during registration. After providing your email address, you will receive an email with instructions for accessing your visit summary.

To enroll with your primary care or specialty provider, just provide them your name and email address. You can register in person or over the phone. It's that easy.

Your provider will give you a secure code and instructions for logging onto the patient portal where you can create your own private user name and password.

  Please contact your provider’s office for availability.

Existing Portal Members

Already in the patient portal? Log into your secure account.

For help accessing the patient portal, please call (517) 841-7857.

 

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