myHuntHealth Patient Portal
Access Your Health Records Online
Need to create an account?
Already have an account?
View health records from your hospital stay, lab and imaging results and more online using the myHuntHealth.org patient portal, brought to you by Hunt Regional Healthcare. This interactive web portal allows Hunt Regional Healthcare patients and their families to take a more active role in their care and wellness by providing secure and simple access to health information.
Our myHuntHealth patient portal allows you to:
- View laboratory and radiology results
- Find a list of current medications and allergies
- View appointments and track visit history
- Update personal information
In addition to handling your own care, parents and caregivers with authorized consent will also have the ability to access the health records of those individuals for whom they manage care.
We believe that myHuntHealth is a valuable tool for patients and their families to actively participate in their care and in the process, gain better health.
Register for myHuntHealth
To register for a myHuntHealth account, click the "Enroll Here" button on the top-right side of this page. When setting up your account, you will be prompted for your patient number which is located on your discharge paperwork (this number will start with a G). You may also find your G number by calling 903.408.5886.
The information in the myHuntHealth patient portal contains the most accurate, up-to-date information possible. For questions about your electronic health record, please contact 903.408.1850.If you are visually impaired, please click here to access the patient portal.
Download our App
Our patient portal can be accessed conveniently through a free app called Meditech MHealth.
Securely view your results, track appointments, and more, all from your phone or iPad.
Click here to download the app from the Apple Store.
Our Health Information Exchange
Hunt Regional Healthcare is now live with HASA—the health information exchange for North, South and West Texas regions—marking a milestone for Hunt County and surrounding areas in which doctors and health care providers will now have electronic access to patient records from other providers.
This is especially important in the event of a medical emergency.
Learn more about the Health Information Exchange.