Take Control of Your Healthcare

Make it easy with Honor’s Patient Portal

Honor’s patient portal will allow you to access your health information on a web enabled device at any time.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I view my upcoming appointments?
Once logged in to the Patient Portal choose “Appointments” from the menu. In this section you will find upcoming and past appointments.

How do I view my medications?
Once logged in to the Patient Portal choose “Health Record” your medications will be listed within your health record summary.

Will I get messages from my doctor?
Once logged in, select the “Messages” option and any information from your clinician (referrals, patient education) will be located there.  If you have received a new message since your last log in, there will be a red number next to the icon.

How do I change my username or password?
Simply choose ‘My account’ on the upper right menu bar. Once you are in Settings, you can choose ‘Security’ and then select “Change” next to the information you would like to change.

I forgot my username and/or password. What do I do?
You can choose ‘Need Help’ on the log-in screen and follow the instructions to reset your username/password.

Can I access my child’s account?
Yes. If you have a minor child, or are the legal guardian of someone, you can ask for access to their account. You will have to initially add the dependent in the Honor Community Health office, but once they are attached to your account it is easy to toggle between accounts. Simply click the down arrow in the upper right part of your screen beneath the log out field. A drop down box will appear and you can choose whose record you would like to be in.

Why can’t I access my child’s account if they are between 12 and 18 years old?
State laws protect teens’ rights to keep some health choices private. These laws cover a teen’s sexual health, including birth control, STDs and pregnancy. They also cover the care of a teen’s child. Honor Community Health must follow these laws. Because of this, children between the ages of 12 and 17 will not be signed up for the Patient Portal to protect their privacy. When your child reaches their 12th birthday, they will be removed from the Patient Portal. When they turn 18, they may sign up for the Patient Portal as an adult.

Our Patient Portal uses the latest security measures to ensure your health information is secure and we will not give your email address to companies or individuals outside of Honor Community Health.