Your medical record number may be listed as "Unit No" on your paperwork or "MR#" on your hospital ID bracelet. It begins with the letter "Q" and is followed by nine numbers.
If you need to find copies of your medical records, you can visit Pullman Regional Hospital's Health Information Management (Medical Records) office in the Corporate Pointe Building at 840 SE Bishop Blvd. Suite 101, Pullman, WA 99163.
When you are a patient at Pullman Regional Hospital, your health information is entered as an electronic medical record. The Health Portal pulls information from this record so you can view it anytime, anywhere and easily share it with your doctor.
The Pullman Regional Hospital Health Portal only displays information from your hospital visit and does not include health information from your primary care or specialist visits. The hospital's long-term goal is to have all of this information in one place, but right now these are separate portals.
Your information is extremely secure. The information on the Portal is merely a snapshot of your medical record, not the actual record. The snapshot is maintained on a secure server.
We know the healthcare field has its fair share of jargon. It's important you talk to your doctor to better understand your health information.
The first step is to contact Health Portal Help Desk (855) 663-8276. From there, they will be able to direct your call to the right person.
For password help on the web, click on the "Forgot Password" link. If you are experiencing other technical issues, please contact the Health Portal Help Desk (855) 663-8276. Support staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Your test results are released to your Health Portal account after your physician has had an opportunity to view them. This is generally within four days.
Your provider can access your electronic medical record, but only you and those with whom you choose to share your password can see your information.
Not as this time. Adult members (18 years of age or older) of the family can set up their own Health Portal account at the hospital, or they can enroll themselves if they have their medical record number (also called the unit number).
All patients receive a 2-page document detailing instructions on how to login and self enrollment.