Welcome to MyMonGen!
MyMonGen allows you, as a patient of Mon General, to access a portion of your medical records online.
MyMonGen is a private, secure online management tool that provides you with easy access to selected portions of your Mon General health information and to hospital-based care providers.
For individuals managing the care of a sick parent or child, MyMonGen gives you the support and access you need to make informed decisions about your loved one's care.
In addition to lab results and patient instructions, other information in the patient’s electronic medical record, such as medications, allergies, immunizations, health issues, personal information and discharge documents will be viewable.
MyMonGen is HIPAA-compliant and personal health information is protected.
We provide other health reference information for you at the MyMonGen website, including a full health and wellness library and a reference to help you better understand any lab tests your doctor may order and what the results may mean. These tools are not meant to provide medical advice in place of your doctor or other care provider.
How to get a MyMonGen account
To get a MyMonGen account, you can sign up in person at the Registration Department and show a photo ID. Or, fill out the online request form - as long as your state-issued photo ID is on file at Mon General, you will be signed up by a Mon General staff member. An email address is a requirement to start and to help manage your account information.
After signing up with the Registration Department, or after you have been granted a sign up from the online form, look for an email invitation from MyMonGen. Within the email message will be a link to claim your account. Follow the link and enter the required security information. You will then be able to create a username and password to use each time you want to log into MyMonGen.
If you want a trusted family member or friend to have access to your information, or if you want to have access to your child’s information, an account can be set up for that individual. If you are signing up for a child, you will need to provide a photo ID at the Registration Department and fill out a Proxy Request Form. If you want a family member or friend to have access to your information, you both will be required to provide a photo ID and sign a Proxy Request Form.
Learn more during your next visit to Mon General, and look through our MyMonGen FAQ for more information about the process.