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MyChart Frequently Asked Questions


Enrollment Questions
What is MyChart?
Who can have a MyChart account?
Can my child have a MyChart account?
Can I use MyChart for an urgent medical question?
Do all Allegheny Health Network providers and facilities use MyChart?
Can I ask questions regarding a family member from my MyChart account?
Can my family member and I share one MyChart account?
Can I access my child’s health information on MyChart?
Can I view a family member's health record in MyChart?
My Health Record
What parts of my health record can I see in MyChart?
When will my test results be available in MyChart?
Why aren't some test results available in MyChart?
Some of my health information on MyChart isn’t correct. What should I do?
How will I know when there is new information in MyChart?
Why can’t I see my health information in MyChart from doctors who aren’t affiliated with Allegheny Health Network?
Other than my doctors, who can access my health record?
Managing My Record
Where can I update my personal information (e.g., home address, e-mail, mobile phone number, or change my password)?
My Messages
When I send a message to my doctor, when can I expect a reply?
My Appointments
How do I make appointments using MyChart?
Can I cancel or change an appointment on MyChart?
Can I be put on a Wait List for an earlier appointment?
Why don’t I see my doctor listed when I try to schedule an appointment?
Will MyChart send me appointment reminders?
My Bills
How do I pay my bill on MyChart?
After I pay my bill, how quickly will Allegheny Health Network update my account?
Family Access
What is Family/Proxy Access?
Do I need an Allegheny Health Network health record to be someone else’s Proxy?
Can I invite someone to be my Proxy from MyChart?
How long will my Proxy/family have access to my record?
I don't want/need a Proxy to access my health information through MyChart anymore. Can I discontinue their access??
Can I designate more than one person as my proxy?
Can I be a proxy to more than one person?
Can a non-family member be my Proxy and access my health information through MyChart?
Can I access my child’s health information on MyChart?
Virtual Care
What is a Video Visit?
What is an eVisit?
What do I need to do for a Video Visit?
What are the device operating system requirements for Video Visits?
How much does Virtual Care cost?
What is 24/7 Urgent Virtual Care Video Visit and eVisit?
What is an AHN Provider Video Visit?
How do I start my AHN Provider Video Visit?
Can a minor complete an AHN Own Provider Clinic Video Visit?
When is Virtual Care available?
What kind of symptoms can be treated during a Video Visit or an eVisit?
Can I request Virtual Care for an issue that is not on the list of symptoms?
What if my symptoms cannot be fully addressed during a Virtual Care session?
Can I request Virtual Care for an emergency issue?
Who will be providing my care during a Video Visit or eVisit?
Where is the best place to conduct Virtual Care?
Can I cancel a Virtual Care request after I’ve submitted it?
Can I be out of the state of Pennsylvania to receive Virtual Care?
Who can request Virtual Care?
Can I request Virtual Care for my child?
How do I begin my Video Visit?
Is Virtual Care available in any other languages?
Which AHN Providers participate in Virtual Care?
Technical Questions
How secure is MyChart?
Is my account protected by Allegheny Health Network's privacy policy?
How quickly does MyChart update after I have a visit with my doctor?
Can I use MyChart on my smartphone or tablet?
Can I print my health record from MyChart?
Who can I contact with questions about MyChart?




What is MyChart?

MyChart is a patient portal that lets you directly access your health information online, whenever you need to. On MyChart you can:

  • Send messages to your doctor
  • Request prescription renewals
  • Schedule, Request, and begin your check-in process for appointments
  • View your test results
  • Schedule Virtual Care Visits
  • Pay all of your medical bills
  • Track your immunizations, and more!

You can do all of this with the click of a mouse from your home computer, tablet, or smartphone. Take charge of your own health history and securely access the information you need most, when and where you need it.

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Who can have a MyChart account?

Patients who are age 13 and older can sign up for MyChart.

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Can my child have a MyChart account?

MyChart is available to children age 13 and older. If you have a child under 13 years old, a parent or legal guardian may access their health information in MyChart by becoming their proxy.

To request family/proxy access to your child's health information, you must complete a family access form. Complete this form if your child is under 13 years old. Complete this form if your child is 13-17 years old and this one if they are age 18 or older. If your child is age 13 or older, you and your child need to sign the MyChart Family Access form.

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Can I use MyChart for an urgent medical question?

MyChart should not be used for urgent situations.

IF THERE IS AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 9-1-1.

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Do all Allegheny Health Network providers and facilities use MyChart?

MyChart is available at most Allegheny Health Network physician offices. Please check with your doctor's office to learn more. You only need one MyChart account to see information from any Allegheny Health Network visit.

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Can I ask questions regarding a family member from my MyChart account?

No, you shouldn’t ask about another family member through your MyChart account. Doing so could cause confusion about who the health information belongs to, and potentially jeopardize you or your family’s medical care.

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Can my family member and I share one MyChart account?

No, due to the sensitive nature of medical information, each patient must sign up for their own MyChart account. You may request access to a family member's account by completing a Family Access form. Read more in the Family Access section of these FAQs.

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Can I access my child’s health information on MyChart?

To request family/proxy access to your child's health information, you must complete a family access form. Complete this form if your child is under 13 years old. Complete this form if your child is 13-17 years old and this one if they are age 18 or older. If your child is age 13 or older, you and your child need to sign the MyChart Family Access form.

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Can I view a family member's health record in MyChart?

Yes. With Family Access, you can view a family member’s health information through MyChart or designate someone to view your information through their MyChart account. This individual, called your Proxy, may be a family member, loved one, or someone involved in your healthcare. To read more, go to the Family Access section of these FAQs.

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What parts of my health record can I see in MyChart?

In MyChart, you can see your health information that is vital to your care. For example, you can see:

  • Lab and Radiology Results
  • Clinician Notes
  • Procedure Reports
  • Medications
  • Your Medical History
  • Current Health Issues
  • Allergies
  • Immunizations, and more!
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When will my test results be available in MyChart?

Your test results are released to your MyChart account after they have been finalized in Epic, our electronic medical record. They may be available immediately, within a matter of hours, or may take longer depending on the complexity of the test. If you don’t see your results within a reasonable amount of time, please message your doctor's office.

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Why aren't some test results available in MyChart?

Not all test results will be available in MyChart. They can be restricted based on applicable law or based on physician concern, in accordance with regulatory guidance. Please message your physician’s office if a result is not available after 14 days.

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Some of my health information on MyChart isn’t correct. What should I do?

Your MyChart information comes directly from your AHN electronic health record (EHR). Your health information is reviewed and updated in your EHR during each visit, but you can also request to change or update your medications, allergies, and current health issues in the corresponding pages on MyChart.

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How will I know when there is new information in MyChart?

You will receive email or text notifications (based on your preference) when there is something that needs your attention in MyChart. Your default communication settings will send you alerts when you schedule a new appointment, or have a new message, test result or bill. You can change which alerts you receive by going to the “Communication" section under the "Profile" menu.

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Why can’t I see my health information in MyChart from doctors who aren’t affiliated with Allegheny Health Network?

MyChart pulls your health information from your Allegheny Health Network electronic health record, but not from your records with doctors who are not affiliated with Allegheny Health Network.

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Other than my doctors, who can access my health record?

Only you and your doctors can access your health record. You may also give another person access to your health information using MyChart by completing a MyChart Family Access form. Read more in the Family Access section of the FAQs.

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Where can I update my personal information (e.g., home address, e-mail, mobile phone number, or change my password)?

Use the "Personal Information" section under the "Profile" tab. You can also edit additional preferences under the "Communications" section.

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When I send a message to my doctor, when can I expect a reply?

You will generally receive an answer within 2 business days. Please note that MyChart should not be used for urgent situations. Please contact your medical center if the situation requires immediate attention or call 9-1-1 if it is an emergency.

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How do I make appointments using MyChart?

There are two different ways to make an appointment in MyChart:

To make an appointment with your primary care doctor:

You can directly schedule an appointment with your primary care doctor. Find the “Visits” tab, and click “Schedule an Appointment”. You can also simply click the "Schedule an Appointment" button in the Quick Links menu on your home screen.

You can request an appointment with any doctor you've seen in the last year by going to the blue “REQUEST APPT” button on your home screen under the To Do section. You will receive a response within 1-3 business days with your appointment information.

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Can I cancel or change an appointment on MyChart?

To change an existing appointment, please call 412-DOCTORS with your appointment details. However, you can cancel an appointment through MyChart at any time.

If you need to cancel an appointment through MyChart, we request that you give us at least 24 hours’ notice, in order to provide the best care for all of our patients.

If you need to cancel within 24 hours of your appointment, or need to change your appointment, we request that you call 412-DOCTORS directly.

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Can I be put on a Wait List for an earlier appointment?

MyChart Wait List is a feature which allows you to be notified if an earlier appointment time becomes available with your provider. You must already have an appointment scheduled to be sent an offer. Not all appointments have a Wait List option. To add or remove yourself from the Wait List in MyChart, navigate to the "Appointments and Past Visits" option under the "Visits" menu and select your appointment. Click the "Get on the Wait List" option to add yourself. To remove yourself from the list click the "Get off the Wait List" option. Nothing changes with your current appointment until you receive and accept the new offer.

Patients with an active MyChart account can be offered earlier appointment times via email or text message. Please make sure your email address and mobile phone number are updated. You can update your contact information or change which alerts you receive by going to the “Communication" section under the "Profile" menu.

Patients will receive a text message and/or an email with the offer if an earlier appointment becomes available. If you do nothing with the offer it will expire and you will keep your existing appointment. If you would like to accept the offer you will be directed to log into your MyChart account. If you log into MyChart to accept or decline the offer, you will be presented with your current appointment and the newly offered appointment. You can keep the current appointment, which will decline the offer, or accept the new appointment.

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Why don’t I see my doctor listed when I try to schedule an appointment?

If you don’t see the doctor you want listed, you might need to look at a different list:

“Schedule an Appointment” will allow you to directly schedule an appointment with a primary care doctor that you have seen within the last year.

The "REQUEST APPT” option will let you request an appointment with any doctor that you have seen within the last year.

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Will MyChart send me appointment reminders?

Yes, MyChart will send you email alerts when you have an upcoming appointment, or when the details of a future appointment have been changed.

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How do I pay my bill on MyChart?

You can pay your out-of-pocket costs by finding the “Billing” menu and then click “Pay My Bill.” You can use a credit or debit card to pay via MyChart. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards.

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After I pay my bill, how quickly will Allegheny Health Network update my account?

Once you pay your bill on MyChart, the payment will post automatically and you should see that reflected in your MyChart account.

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What is Family/Proxy Access?

With Family Access, you can view a family member’s health record using your MyChart, or designate someone to have access to yours. This individual, called your Proxy, may be a family member, loved one, or someone involved in your healthcare.

To be a Proxy to someone age 12 and under:
Minors age 12 and under cannot have their own MyChart accounts, but you may request to have proxy access to their health information in your MyChart account if you are their parent or legal guardian. Please complete the MyChart Family Access Form: For Patient Under 13 Years Old.

To be a Proxy to someone 13 -17 years old:
To request proxy access to the health information of a minor who is 13 -17 years old, please complete and mail to us the MyChart Family Access Form: For Patient 13-17 Years Old . Both the proxy and the patient must complete and sign the paper form.

To be a Proxy to someone age 18 or older:
To request proxy access the health information of an adult who is age 18 or older, please complete and mail to us the MyChart Family Access Form: For Patient 18 Years or Older. Both the proxy and the patient must complete and sign the paper form.

Please mail all MyChart Family Access forms to:
Health Information/Medical Records
Attn: Data Integrity
1301 Carlisle Street
Natrona Heights, PA 15065

After we process your Family Access request, we'll send you a MyChart message. If you are a proxy without your own MyChart account, we'll contact you by email to provide your access code. Remember, Family Access does not have to go both ways – you may be a Proxy for someone without that person also being a Proxy for you.

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Do I need an Allegheny Health Network health record to be someone else’s Proxy?

No - if you are not an Allegheny Health Network patient but need to be a patient’s Proxy, then we will create an account for you to access the patient’s health information.

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Can I designate someone to be my Proxy from MyChart?

With the Friends and Family Access invitation, you can now designate someone to be your Proxy and view your health record using MyChart. This individual may be an adult family member, loved one, or another adult involved in your healthcare. This individual must have a MyChart account.

To designate another adult as your MyChart Proxy, you can now send a Friends and Family Access invitation. To send a Friends and Family Access invitation from MyChart, select the "Share My Record" option from the "Health" menu. Select the "Friend and family access" button in the "Share with People" tab. On the Friends and Family Access screen you can "Invite Someone" by email to become your proxy. From this screen you can also see all of your current proxy connections.

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How long will my Proxy/family have access to my record?

If you designate someone to have access to your health information through MyChart, they will have access until you choose to remove it. To remove a proxy's access, click “My Family Access” under the "Profile" menu, select the individual that you would like to remove, and click “Revoke Access”. If you do not have your own MyChart account, please call the Department of Data Integrity at 412-330-5399 and ask for your proxy to be discontinued.

If you are under age 18 and have a designated proxy(s), your proxy's access will be automatically discontinued when you turn 18 years old. You may re-establish the Family Access/Proxy, if you desire, by completing the "MyChart Family Access Form: For Patient 18 Years or Older".

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I don't want/need a Proxy to access my health information through MyChart anymore. Can I discontinue their access?

Yes, you can. From the “Profile” menu, click on “My Family Access”, select the individual that you would like to remove, and click “Revoke Access”.

If you have a proxy, but do not have a MyChart account yourself, please call the Department of Data Integrity at 412-330-5399 and ask for your proxy to be discontinued.

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Can I designate more than one person as my proxy?

Yes, you can allow more than one person access to your health information through MyChart. You will need to complete a separate Family Access Form for each individual.

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Can I be a proxy to more than one person?

Yes, you can be a Proxy and access health information through MyChart for more than one person. You will need to complete a separate Family Access Form for each individual who wants you to be their Proxy.

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Can a non-family member be my Proxy and access my health information through MyChart?

If the patient is age 17 or younger, only the patient's parent or legal guardian may be their proxy.

If the patient is age 18 or older, anyone age 18 or older may be a proxy.

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Can I access my child’s health information on MyChart?

Yes. Although minors under age 13 cannot have their own MyChart accounts, you may request to have proxy access to their health information in your MyChart account if you are their parent or legal guardian.

To request family/proxy access to your child's health information, log into your MyChart account, click the “Messaging” menu, and click “My Family Access". In the "Request Family Access" section, click the button that corresponds to your child's age group and complete the form. If your child is age 13 or older, you and your child need to sign the MyChart Family Access form.

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What is a Video Visit?

A Video Visit is part of AHN MyChart Virtual Care that offers an interactive, real-time video chat with one of AHN’s Virtual Care providers. During the visit, you can discuss your symptoms and receive the specialty or primary care you need. Please note: your primary care virtual provider may differ from the PCP you regularly see.

Please be advised that photography or recording of any kind during this telehealth visit is prohibited.

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What is an eVisit?

An eVisit, is a way to receive healthcare via secure online messaging. An AHN provider will review your submitted description of symptoms and respond with a diagnosis and treatment recommendation.

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What do I need to do for a Video Visit?

1. For all types of Video Visits, you will need your MyChart account and should be in a quiet location without disruptions. Additionally, for Video Visits you will need:


a. Wi-Fi (preferred) or cellular connection.

b. Smart phone/iPad/Tablet (Apple or Android). You may also use a Windows personal computer with the latest version of Google Chrome. It is strongly recommended to go with a mobile device over PC.

c. The latest version of the MyChart app (for mobile users). You can check to see if you have an update in the App Store or Google Play.

d. For PC users: a working webcam and microphone

Note: Be sure to close out all other apps that could interfere with audio/video (i.e. music streaming apps, Netflix, etc.)

2: You must complete eCheck-In before your appointment up to 7 days prior. You can find this within your appointment details, located within the Appointments icon (mobile) or Visits tab (web browser).

3: 15 minutes before your appointment, click BEGIN VISIT from your Appointment details.



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What are the device operating system requirements for Video Visits?

    AHN recommends using the MyChart Mobile app on an Apple or Android Mobile device when completing a Video Visit. Supported Devices

    Android
  • Google® Nexus™ 5X 6.0
  • Google® Nexus 6P 6.0
  • Google® Nexus 9 5.1.1
  • HTC One M9 5.1
  • HTC 10 / Edge 6.0.1
  • Huawei™ P9 6.0
  • LG® G Pad 10.1 5.0.2
  • LG® G4 5.1.1
  • LG® G5 6.0
  • OnePlus™ OnePlus 2 5.1
  • Samsung™ Galaxy S6 Edge+ 5.1.1
  • Samsung™ Galaxy Tab S2 5.0.2
  • Samsung™ Galaxy S7 / Edge 6.0.1
  • Apple iPhone
  • 5.0 or higher
  • iOS 9 or higher
  • Apple iPad
  • 3rd Generation or higher
  • iOS 9 or higher


  • To use a computer or tablet it must be webcam-enabled. AHN recommends using Chrome 71 or higher internet browser.
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    What is 24/7 Urgent Virtual Care Video Visit and eVisit?


    An AHN Urgent Care Video Visit is an interactive video chat with one of our virtual AHN providers. Via a mobile device or tablet, you’ll discuss your symptoms and concerns, including Coronavirus (COVID-19), and receive quality care in minutes.

    This is not a visit with your own AHN provider.

    An eVisit is a secure online questionnaire-based exchange between a patient and one of our virtual AHN providers.

    If you choose an eVisit, you will out a questionnaire related to a select list of symptoms and get advice and treatment recommendations from a virtual AHN provider. You will typically receive a response within 2-4 hours.

    Only patients of the age 18 and older can receive care through the Virtual Urgent Care.



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    What is an AHN Provider Video Visit?


    Via your mobile device or tablet, you will have an interactive video chat with your primary care or specialty provider. These appointments are scheduled by your provider’s practice – to schedule with your provider:

    From the MyChart app: tap the Schedule an Appointment icon, and request a Video Visit with your provider.

    From a web browser: login to MyChart, and go to Visits menu, select Virtual Care, then Virtual Care with Your Own Provider. From there, click the Request With Your Own Provider button to get started.

    If you already have a scheduled video visit with your provider:

    • Log into the MyChart app and simply tap the Appointments menu to locate your appointment details.

    • Or from a web browser, log into MyChart and select Upcoming Appointments from the Quick Links menu, or click Upcoming Appointments from the Visits menu at the top of the page.


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    How Do I Start My AHN Provider Video Visit?



    Once you’ve located your appointment in the MyChart app:

    1.) Tap on the appointment to view the Appointment Details.

    2.) From there, you must complete the e-Checkin process, which contains relevant questionnaires, medication and allergy verification, and any appropriate authorizations.

    3.) Test your hardware: tap the test hardware button to make sure your device is all set.

    4.) Launch the Video – click the Begin Visit button to start your Video Visit at the scheduled time of the appointment.

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    Can a minor complete an AHN Own Provider Clinic Video Visit?


    Yes – pediatric care is available when you schedule with your own AHN provider. For more information on proxy access to MyChart, go to the My Family Access menu under the Profile tab and follow the instructions. Parents of children under 13 can submit your request electronically.

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    How much does Virtual Care cost?

    We are currently not collecting any payment for your virtual care at the time of service.*

    *The cost you may ultimately be responsible for depends largely on your insurance coverage. However, most insurances have indicated their intent to waive these out-of-pock costs temporarily in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Talk to your carrier about questions related to your benefits and coverage.

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    When is Virtual Care available?

    You can self-schedule a Primary Care Video Visit appointment that is convenient for you. Providers can see you within minutes 24/7.

    You can submit an eVisit any time 24/7. You will receive a response within 2-4 hours.

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    Who is eligible for Video Visits and eVisits?

    Video visits can now be scheduled for pediatric patients via MyChart. Parents/Guardians must have their own MyChart account, and must be a proxy of the pediatric child prior to the visit. The appointment needs to be scheduled by you, the proxy, in the pediatric patient’s MyChart.

    To obtain proxy access, go to the My Family Access menu under the Profile tab and follow the instructions. Parents of children under 13 can submit your request electronically.

    For patients 13 years old and older, both the patient and the designated proxy must agree to the arrangement and sign the appropriate forms, which can be printed from MyChart’s online FAQs or from the External Resources menu in Epic.

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    What kind of symptoms can be treated during a Video Visit or an eVisit?

    Allegheny Health Network offers Virtual Primary Care to adults, age 18 and above, for the non-urgent health problems listed below:

    Video Visits

    • Coronavirus Concerns
    • Back Pain
    • Diarrhea or Constipation
    • Sinus and/or Allergy Problems
    • Vaginal Discharge/Irritation
    • Flu-like Symptoms(Fever, Body Aches)
    • Eye Irritation
    • Urinary Problems
    • Skin Problems (Rash, Minor Burns, Poison Ivy, Insect Bite)
    • Breathing Problems (Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis)
    • Minor Sprains

    eVisits

    • Coronavirus Concerns
    • Sinus Problems
    • Urinary Problems

    Video Visits with your own provider can be used for a variety of conditions, particularly for chronic symptoms. Ask your provider if a Video Visit is right for you.

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    Can I schedule with the Virtual Urgent Care for an issue that is not on the list of symptoms?

    Virtual Care that is self-scheduled or requested via MyChart is limited to the noted list of symptoms. If the provider cannot treat your symptoms during the Virtual Care session, he or she may ask you to visit an urgent care center or schedule an appointment for an in-office visit with your doctor. If you are interested in Virtual Care for other symptoms, simply ask your provider if Video Visit appointments are offered for your condition.

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    What if my symptoms cannot be fully addressed during a Virtual Care session?

    If your symptoms cannot be addressed, the provider will discuss their recommended next steps.

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    Can I request Virtual Care for an emergency issue?

    No, you should never submit an eVisit or Video Visit request for an urgent or emergency issue. In the event of a medical emergency, please call 9-1-1.

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    Who will be providing my care during a Video Visit or eVisit?

    Virtual Urgent Care is provided by AHN primary care physicians and midlevel licensed providers, such as nurse practitioners. A variety of AHN specialists also provide virtual care.

    However, when you scheduled with your own AHN providers, you will see the exact provider you scheduled with via Video.



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    Where is the best place to conduct a Video Visit?

    We recommend a private, quiet place free of distraction to perform a Video Visit.

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    Can I cancel a Virtual Care request after I’ve submitted it?

    You can cancel a Video Visit up to the time of your appointment. For eVisits, you will be unable to cancel your visit once you submit payment information.

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    Can I be out of the state of Pennsylvania to receive Virtual Care?

    You must be physically located in the state of Pennsylvania at the time of service in order to receive Virtual Care.

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    Can I request Virtual Care for my child?

    At this time, you can request pediatric care only with your own AHN provider – you cannot use a Virtual Urgent Care visit.

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    How do I begin my Video Visit?

    Click here for a video on step by step Video Visit instructions.

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    Is Virtual Care available in any other languages?

    Currently, Virtual Care is only available in English.

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    Which AHN Providers participate in Virtual Care?

    Most providers are participating in virtual care – call your provider's office to verify if they are offering video visits.

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    How secure is MyChart?

    We take great care to ensure your health information is kept private and secure. Access to information is controlled through secure activation codes, personal usernames, and passwords. Each person controls their password, and the account cannot be accessed without that password. Further, MyChart uses the latest 128-bit SSL encryption technology with no caching to automatically encrypt your session with MyChart. Unlike conventional e-mail, all MyChart messaging is done while you are securely signed in to our website.

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    Is my account protected by Allegheny Health Network's privacy policy?

    MyChart is owned and operated by Allegheny Health Network and is fully compliant with federal and state laws pertaining to your privacy. Your name and e-mail address will be treated with the same care and privacy that we give to your health records and will never be sold or leased by MyChart.

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    How quickly does MyChart update after I have a visit with my doctor?

    MyChart will update immediately after your doctor’s visit, with the exception of test results which may take 2 – 7 days to arrive in MyChart.

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    Can I use MyChart on my smartphone or tablet?

    Yes, you can access your MyChart account on either an iPhone or Android smartphone. We recommend that you conduct the visit using the MyChart mobile app on your mobile device. Download the app ahead of your visit.

    For iPhones, search for “MyChart” in the App Store, and then download it to your device. Once you open the app, search for Pennsylvania, and then click “Allegheny Health Network” in the provider list. You will then be able to sign in to MyChart.

    For Androids, search for “MyChart” in the Google Play Store, and then download it to your device. Once you open the app, search for Pennsylvania, and then click “Allegheny Health Network” in the provider list. You will then be able to sign in to MyChart.

    Remember to complete eCheck-in and test your hardware at least 15 minutes before your visit.

    We’re here to help if you experience technical issues – call the MyChart Support Team at 1-833-AHN-CHRT (1-833-246-2478).

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    Can I print my health record from MyChart?

    Yes. You can print each page by clicking the print icon at the top-right corner of each page, or by downloading your health record under My Health Record.

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    Who can I contact with questions about MyChart?

    If you have a question about MyChart, please contact the MyChart Support Team at 1-833-AHN-CHRT (1-833-246-2478) Monday-Friday 7:00am to 5:00pm and Saturday from 7:00am to 3:00pm, or send an email to MyChart@ahn.org with your name, date of birth, and a phone number where we can reach you.

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    Last reviewed: 09/17/2020