BayCare Patient Portal: myBayCare
Convenience for You and Your Health Care Team
The BayCare patient portal, myBayCare, is your personal website for connecting to online medical records. BayCare now keeps certain hospital information in a SECURE, electronic medical record so your doctors and nurses have faster and more complete access to your records while you are a patient with us. And, best of all, you can connect to your own records online, 24-7-365.
Need to create an account?
Self-enrollment for myBayCare is available for BayCare patients who are age 18 or older. If you manage the health of a BayCare patient, talk to the patient's BayCare health care provider during their next visit so they may receive a personal invitation to myBayCare.
If you provided an email account during patient registration at a BayCare facility, you will also receive an email invitation to complete your myBayCare enrollment.
Features of myBayCare
- Your personal health record, which includes any information you’ve provided about your health conditions, medications, supplements and allergies
- Inpatient, outpatient, ER and lab results, along with discharge information
- Bill pay options
- Secure question submission regarding medical records, bills and other items
- Physician search
- BayCare Health Events
myBayCare.org is specifically for information collected and recorded during BayCare encounters and only reflects services provided by BayCare facilities. Winter Haven Hospital patients can view records for BayCare visits that occurred on or after June 1, 2015. Bartow Regional Medical Center patients can view records for BayCare visits that occurred on or before June 1, 2016.
For additional assistance with the BayCare patient portal, please call (888) 499-9003.
*Parents of patients ages 0 to 12 (11 years and 364 days old) may establish access to the BayCare patient portal, myBayCare.org, on their child's behalf at their next BayCare visit. In all cases, that access will expire on the day prior to the child's twelfth birthday. Parents of patients ages 12 to 17 are not permitted to access their child's information due to Florida privacy laws.