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MHS GENESIS: The Electronic Health Record

Need to look up your health record, request a prescription refill, check a lab result, schedule an appointment, or send a message to your health care team?

Log into the MHS GENESIS Patient PortalLog into the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal  A Common Access Card oDS Logon Account is required.

A Note About Referral Authorizations: You won't see the status of your referral in the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal. Referral authorization information isn't available on the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal. You'll need to check your region's secure patient portal.


About MHS GENESIS

MHS GENESIS is the Military Health System's new electronic health record. When fully deployed, MHS GENESIS will provide a single health record for service members, veterans, and their families. Visit our interactive Genesis of MHS GENESIS timeline to learn more about the development of MHS GENESIS and its deployment across the MHS.

About the MHS GENESIS Patient PortalImage with the text MHS GENESIS Patient Portal Now LiveLog into the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal

MHS GENESIS Patient PortalThe MHS GENESIS Patient Portal is a secure website for 24/7 access to your health information, including managing appointments and exchanging messages with your care team. The new patient portal is launching at sites as MHS GENESIS deploys, replacing the TRICARE Online Secure Patient Portal. 

To access the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal:

Visit the MilConnect WebsiteMHS GENESIS Patient PortalQuestions about the DS Logon?

Note: When using a non-Department of Defense (DOD) computer, you may receive an error message. Click “Proceed” or “Continue” to access the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal. Although you receive the error message, your MHS GENESIS Patient Portal is secure.

For more information about MHS GENESIS, products and resources are available for download below.

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