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WELCOME TO YOUR PATIENT PORTAL

York Hospital and York Hospital Physician Practices offer secure online homes for your patient health information designed to help you be a more active partner in your healthcare. From any device with internet access, you can view your health information on a secure, password-protected portal.  

York Hospital Provider Practices are able to offer secure online telemedicine visits so that you can be treated, consulted and advised by your provider while staying safe and comfortable at home. From any device with internet access, you can see your provider for your scheduled visit on a secure, password-protected portal. Click the button to learn more. 

If you need help accessing your Telemedicine Visit, please call (207) 361-6902 and we will be happy to assist you.  

 


 

Walk-In Care visits are also available via telemedicine.  There is no appointment necessary for a Virtual Walk-In Care visit.  Click here for more information. 

 

Primary Care and Specialty Care Patients of the following practices can view their test results, medical records and message their provider by visiting the Practice Patient Portal:

  • Family Medicine in Wells, Great Works Family Practice, Kittery Family Practice, Pediatric Associates of York Hospital, Webhannet Internal Medicine Associates of York Hospital, York Family Practice, Internal Medicine of York, Sanford Family Practice
  • Diabetes and Endocrinology Associates, Neurology Associates, Cardiovascular Care, Pulmonary Associates, Psychiatry Associates, Surgery Associates, Urology Associates, York Hospital OB/GYN, Surgical and Midwifery Associates

If you need help accessing your Practice Patient Portal, please call (207) 361-6902 and we will be happy to assist you.  

York Hospital INPATIENTS, or patients who had
LAB WORK or IMAGING at a York Hospital facility,
 please click to visit the Hospital Patient Portal.  A new window will open.  Please sign in, or, contact Medical Records at (207) 351-2184 for assistance.  You will be able to view your inpatient record, a lab report from your lab test, or an imaging report.