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General information for healthcare providers

What is MyHealth Records (MHR)?

MyHealth Records (MHR) is the single access point for Albertans' personal health information using their verified Alberta.ca Account username and password. Through this website, Albertans can access the following tools:

  • My Personal Records (MPR)
  • MyAHS Connect

Who is eligible for MyHealth Records?

MyHealth Records is available to Albertans that are at least 14 years of age and have an Alberta-issued Driver's License or Alberta-issued Identification Card with an up-to-date address.

What is My Personal Records (MPR)?

My Personal Records is an online application that allows Albertans to access their key personal health information derived from Alberta's provincial electronic health record, Alberta Netcare.

Information currently available includes immunizations, dispensed medications from pharmacies and most lab results, including COVID-19 test results. It also allows users to track and manage their health and wellness data and to share their information electronically or to print reports. The Province continues to expand the information available to Albertans in MPR.

What is MyAHS Connect?

Albertans who are patients of Alberta Health Services (AHS) and have visited an AHS facility that is using Connect Care can use MyAHS Connect to securely access their AHS Connect Care record. Connect Care is AHS' Clinical Information System that maintains the AHS record of care.

Using MyAHS Connect, AHS patients are able to view their lab and diagnostic imaging results and to interact with their Connect Care healthcare team.

Parents or guardians of AHS patients under 18 years can see the minor patient's MyAHS Connect record via a proxy access after it is enabled by an appropriate AHS provider. ​

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