Where Would I Go To See My Health Records Online?

11 Nov 2016 Did You Know?

The Mountrail County Medical Center has currently upgraded their website thanks to a donation from the T.H. Reiarson trust. Our new website (www.stanleyhealth.org) features all the services the facility currently can do for you along with Board and Staff information, hours, career opportunities, new patient paperwork and other resources you may need.

One of the features under the”Patients, Families and Visitors” tab is the Patient Web Portal. This patient portal allows you to communicate with MCMC easily and safely, according to your schedule. Once setup, this portal allows you to view and request appointments, request and refill prescriptions, retrieve test results, view your billing statements and balances, make secure credit card payments and communicate with your doctor by sending secure messages over the portal.

Upon registering for your visit at the T.H. Reiarson Rural Health Clinic, you will receive an email invitation to register for the portal. You may follow the steps within in the email, even on your Smartphone while you wait for your appointment, or register on your personal computer when you get home. Once you have your secure, personal password, you can log into the online patient portal via our website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from the comfort and privacy of your home or office. Please register shortly after your appointment, if possible, to ensure all your test results get downloaded properly. If no portal is setup once the reports are completed, the reports will not automatically go into the portal once you have setup your account.

Informative brochures are available at the front desk of the clinic. These brochures tell you exactly what the portal can do for you and where to log-in for future use. Please note that only one person can utilize an email address for a patient portal. If you want to register your entire family under the same email address, please contact the clinic at 628-2505 for an all family access. We thank you for your continued support and please remember, nobody takes care of you like your own.