The Emory Patient Portal can be reached online by people who are part of the Emory Healthcare network. A place where people can talk to each other and make meetings, see blood results, look at x-rays, go over vaccine instructions, and do a lot more.

The Emory Patient Portal also lets you talk to care teams about your final bills, pay for services with a credit card or electronic check, and do other things. 

Emory Patient Portal is a tool that is designed to make managing your health care easy. You can use the Emory Patient Portal to do many things, including seeing a doctor online, asking for refills, managing refills and medications, transferring medical information from other providers, and finding the closest place to make an appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Question – How old do you have to be to use the Patient Portal?

Answer – The Emory Healthcare Patient Portal is only open to people who are at least 18 years old. 

Everything I do on the Patient Portal, even the texts I send to my care team, is part of my medical record.

As part of the Patient Portal, you can add notes to your medical information. When you use the Emory BLUE or GOLD Patient Portal, you can safely talk to your care team.

  • Question – It’s possible to get a copy of my whole medical record.

Answer – To get more information on how to get a copy of your medical records sent to another medical facility or to keep for yourself, please click here.

  • Question – Can anyone read the emails I send?

Answer – A safe message sent to our messaging team will get to us just like a call left at your provider’s office. Your care team member may be in charge of them instead of your provider. 

  • Question – What should I know about my medical record?

Answer – You can get to your health data from your Emory Healthcare Electronic Medical Record through the BLUE and GOLD user portals. You can find the following in your Health Record:

  • Review of Medical Records (Current Allergies, Medications, and Immunizations)
  • Results from labs and clinics
  • Medicines – only current documents for departure
  • Reports from the imaging section, such as scans and X-rays
  • An outline of the visit and stay in the hospital
  • Question – Is it possible to send a picture or file through private messaging?

Answer – When you send a message to your Emory Healthcare team, hit “Browse” and then attach the file you want your provider to look over.