TrueCare MyChart® Patient Portal

All your health information in one place!

Managing your health information is easier than ever with MyChart, the new TrueCare Patient Portal. Powered by Epic®, the software system used by the world’s best healthcare organizations, MyChart is your secure connection to better health and wellbeing for you and your family.

Signing up is as easy as 1, 2, 3. Click here to find out how!

If you previously used the MyHealth patient portal, you will need to create new credentials for MyChart. Please contact TrueCare to enroll or inquire at your next appointment.

Why do over 100 million people manage their care with MyChart?

MyChart is intuitive and easy to use

Available in English or Español

Mobile Friendly
Information at your fingertips
Send and receive secure messages directly from your provider and the TrueCare team
Manage care for your entire family, and other dependents with one secure MyChart login
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Available for iOS and Android

Your Secure Online Health Connection

With the TrueCare MyChart portal you can:

  • Manage all your health information in one place
  • Review your medications, test results, and upcoming appointments
  • Inbox – Send and receive messages, and request customer service help
  • View, request, confirm, or reschedule upcoming appointments
  • Request medication refills and review medication instructions
  • See health reminders for preventive care procedures

Take charge of your health. Enroll in MyChart today! Signing up is as easy as 1, 2, 3… find out how.

MyChart FAQs

I forgot my password. What should I do?

You may click the “Forgot Password?” link on the sign-in page to reset your password online. You may also contact the TrueCare team at (760) 736-6767 to request a password reset.

Can you send me a new access code if I have lost it, let it expire or did not receive it?
Please contact us at (760) 736-6767.
What will I be able to do in MyChart?
In MyChart, you will be able to message your provider, request medication refills, view your lab results, and request appointments.
If I send a message to my doctor or nurse, when can I expect a reply?
You will receive an answer within three business days. Please note that MyChart should not be used for urgent situations. Please call 911 if it is an emergency.
Can I view my child's health record in MyChart?
Yes, a parent or legal guardian may have limited proxy access to their child’s account up until their 18th birthday. Adult to minor proxy access allows a parent (or guardian) to log into their personal MyChart account, and then connect to information regarding their child. Under federal and California law, when minors reach age 12, they have a legal right to health information privacy. At TrueCare, we are complying with these health privacy laws by limiting online access to minors’ (age 12-17) health care information. Our policy is intended to protect minors who may be receiving care that is within a protected category. When the minor turns 12, information available to the parent or legal guardian will automatically be limited. Once the child turns 18, proxy access will end.

  • Adult to Minor (0-11): Full access to patient’s chart in MyChart
  • Adult to Minor (12-17): Modified access to patient’s chart in MyChart
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Your Health Information is Safe with MyChart

Security is our top priority

The TrueCare Epic Patient Portal is designed with your safety in mind. Your MyChart login and password guarantees the security of your health information.

MyChart also uses secure messaging protocols to protect your personal data. Similar to email, MyChart messages are guaranteed to be private, and cannot be viewed by anyone else without your permission.

Enroll or login today to explore all the ways MyChart makes managing your healthcare quick and easy.
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Women’s Health
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