LMH Patient Portal

Lawrence Memorial Hospital (LMH), a cornerstone of healthcare in Lawrence, Kansas, offers its patients a powerful tool to actively engage in their health journey: the LMH MyHealth patient portal. This secure online platform provides convenient access to your medical records, appointment information, communication with your care team, and a wealth of resources to support your well-being.

What is the LMH MyHealth Patient Portal?

MyHealth is an intuitive, user-friendly platform that serves as your digital gateway to your LMH health information and services. It consolidates essential aspects of your healthcare, allowing you to:

View Medical Records: Access lab results, radiology reports, visit summaries, medication lists, allergies, and more.

Schedule Appointments: Book, modify, or cancel appointments with LMH providers.

Communicate with Providers: Send secure messages to your healthcare team, ask questions, request prescription refills, and receive test results.

Manage Your Health: Track your health data, access educational materials, and explore resources to help you make informed decisions about your health.

Accessing LMH MyHealth

There are two primary ways to access the LMH MyHealth patient portal:


  • Visit the LMH Health website: https://www.lmh.org/
  • Click on the “MyHealth” link, usually located in the top menu or a prominent button.
  • Enter your MyChart username and password. (Note: LMH uses MyChart, a popular patient portal platform, for MyHealth.)

Mobile App:

  • Download the “MyChart” app from the App Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android).
  • Open the app and search for “Lawrence Memorial Hospital.”
  • Enter your MyChart username and password.

Creating a MyHealth Account

If you don’t have a MyHealth account yet, you can create one in a few ways:

  • Activation Code: If you were recently seen at an LMH facility, you should have received an activation code. Use this code to create your account online or through the app.
  • Self-Enrollment: If you don’t have an activation code, you can self-enroll online by providing your information andverifying your identity. Visit the LMH Health website for detailed instructions.
  • In-Person Enrollment: You can also enroll in person at an LMH registration desk.

Step-by-Step Guide to Using MyHealth

Logging In: Enter your MyChart username and password on the website or app.

Dashboard: Upon logging in, you’ll land on your MyHealth dashboard, a central overview of your recent activity, upcoming appointments, messages, and test results.

Medical Records:

Click on the “Medical Record” tab or section to view your health history, lab results, visit summaries, and other documents.

You can download and print your records for your reference or to share with other healthcare providers.


Click on “Appointments” to view upcoming and past appointments.

To schedule a new appointment, select “Schedule an Appointment” and follow the instructions. You may be able to request an appointment online or call the clinic directly.


Go to the “Messaging” section to communicate securely with your care team.

You can ask questions, request prescription refills, or discuss any concerns you have about your health.

Bill Pay:

Click on “Billing” to view and pay your LMH medical bills online.

You can also access billing statements and payment history.

Other Features:

Explore other features like health education resources, proxy access, health trackers, and more. The specific features available may vary.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How do I get an activation code for MyHealth?

You should receive an activation code after a visit to an LMH facility. If you haven’t received one or need a new code, contact LMH Health for assistance.

Can I access my child’s or family member’s MyHealth account?

Yes, you can request proxy access to manage their health information. You’ll need their consent and may need to fill out a form.

Is MyHealth secure?

Yes, MyHealth uses robust security measures to protect your health information, including encryption and secure login procedures.

Can I use MyHealth to communicate with my doctor in an emergency?

No, MyHealth is not for emergencies. If you have a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

How can I contact LMH for help with MyHealth?

You can contact LMH Health’s MyChart support team through the portal, by phone, or by email.