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MyChart™ is a free, secure online tool providing Mount Sinai Hospital patients, their designated family members and partners-in care access to medical records and personal health information.

Using your computer or device web browser, MyChart users can easily view test results, summaries and other health information.

For more information, please review our MyChart Frequently Asked Questions.

How to Access MyChart

MyChart will be available to Mount Sinai Hospital patients at their next Diagnostic Imaging appointment. Patients can get more information and register at reception.

Patients can also register at the Health Records department (1st floor, 600 University Ave.) Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Please bring your OHIP card.

We are currently working on a phased roll-out that will bring MyChart to patients across Mount Sinai Hospital. As MyChart registration becomes available in other areas of the hospital, we will update this webpage.

Already Registered?

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Once you have received your PIN, please register with MyChart

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MyChart Features

MyChart is a free and secure online tool providing you and your designated family members, friends and members of your health care team access to your personal health information.

With MyChart, you can view and manage your health information online on a computer, laptop, tablet or cell phone at any time of day. This information includes:

  • Lab results
  • Diagnostic imaging reports
  • Discharge summaries

You also have the ability to upload other health information to customize the portal as a personal health record. You can input your:

  • Medications
  • Allergies
  • Immunizations
  • Height and Weight
  • Mood

MyChart Brochure

Learn more about Mount Sinai Hospital's Secure Online Personal health Record Service.

Frequently Asked Questions

MyChart is an online website where patients can create and manage their own personal health information based on clinical information that is available from participating hospitals and personal information that is entered by the users.

Some of the other hospitals using the MyChart system in the GTA include Sunnybrook, St, Michael’s, Baycrest and Michael Garron (formerly Toronto East General).

For example, if you are a MyChart user who sees a Cardiologist at St. Michael’s and has their regular mammography appointment at Mount Sinai Hospital, records related to both of these vists would be available to you.

Other hospitals in Ontario may have their own patient health information tool.

Mount Sinai Hospital patients have two options to register for MyChart

  • At your next outpatient Diagnostic Imaging appointment – just ask at reception. You’ll need to provide your email to get a pin for self-registration. You will need to have your OHIP card with you.
  • Mount Sinai Hospital’s Health Records department Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Please bring your OHIP card.

We are currently working on a phased roll-out that will bring MyChart to patients across Mount Sinai Hospital. As MyChart registration becomes available in other areas, we will update this webpage.

MyChart users can electronically grant access to family caregivers, hospital clinicians, primary care physicians, Home and Community Care, pharmacists, etc

For privacy reasons, it is best to register for MyChart under your own email address, so that you are in full control of your personal health information. If you do not have an email address and do not wish to sign up for an external email service, you can provide consent to register for MyChart under a family member or friend’s email.

Please keep in mind that when you provide access to a family member or friend, he/she will have ongoing access to your personal health information. This information includes sensitive details related to your healthcare from January 2014 and into the future

  • Lab reports
  • Medical Imaging reports (e.g. CT, MRI, X-Rays, Ultrasounds, Breast Imaging)
  • Discharge summaries
  • Personal address book, compiled by the patients – physicians, caregivers, labs, clinics, etc.
  • Personal diary and personal tools

MyChart is accessible from anywhere at any time through any device connected to the Internet. Once registration is complete users can go to and log in to review their MyChart records.

Directly from the hospital’s Electronic Medical Record system and through self-entered information.

Test results and discharge summaries from Mount Sinai Hospital will be available in MyChart 7 days after the report has been produced.

MyChart is secured through the same encryption technologies used by the major banks for online banking.

For questions about sign in, pin codes or the MyChart software please contact by Phone on 1-833-221-2202 or by email on

For questions about appointment scheduling, test results, reports and discharge summaries, please contact your healthcare provider.

If you believe that the personal health information we have recorded about you is inaccurate or incomplete, please raise this with your care provider or contact Sinai Health System Privacy Office: 416-586-4800 ext. 2101 or

Note, please do not send personal health information via email since it is not a secure method of transfer.