Access to Medical Records

What is the Patient Portal?

The WCH Patient Portal is an online health electronic document management tool that includes a view of clinical data from your Electronic Medical Record (EMR).

The clinical data on the Patient Portal includes:

Test results




Health Issues

How do I access the Patient Portal once I have completed the invitation/account set-up process?

For future visits to the WCH Patient Portal after you have completed the initial setup process, you can log in at: Remember, use this link after you have received a portal invite and completed the sign-up process.

Do I need special equipment?
No. All you need is access to a computer, an email account that matches the one provided during hospital registration and an internet connection.

How do I set up an account?
Step-by-step instructions on how to set up an account are included in this brochure. Once you have entered your information and have been prompted to create a username and password, you will only need your username and password to sign into your Patient Portal account in the future.

Can my family/friends access the information found on my Portal?
Yes, but only after you have given them permission. As a patient of Wagoner Community Hospital, you can choose to give an authorized representative access to specific hospital visits. You will be asked this information during the admission process.

Who should I contact if I have trouble logging in or accessing the WCH Patient Portal?
If you have trouble logging in or accessing WCH’s Patient Portal you may contact Nursing Administration at 918-485-5514, Monday through Friday from 8am – 4:30pm CST.

Will I receive emails after each admission to the hospital?
No. After each admission to the hospital a new summary of care document will post to your patient portal. You may access the document any time after you are discharged. Once the initial email has been sent, the patient or authorized representative will not be sent new emails with each new visit.

What if I have questions about my medical records?
If you have questions about your medical records, or feel that an error has been made, please contact the Medical Records Department at Wagoner Community Hospital

Accessing your account
To access your account or additional accounts at a later time, please visit:

The WCH Patient Portal relates to services provided at Wagoner Community Hospital ONLY and will not include health information from any other health care facilities that you may have utilize for health services.

If you did not provide an email address during registration or during your stay, you may still do so by contacting Nursing Administration at 918-485-5514

Accessing your online medical record

Wagoner Community Hospital provides patients access to specific health information via an online medical record.

If you are admitted to Wagoner Community Hospital, once you are discharged you will be able to view the following information online:

Active and inactive medications
Current and past health concerns
Certain test results

A limited number of same-day test and procedure results will also be available online.
Please note, you will be able to access information from hospital inpatient stays and limited same-day test and procedure results. Not all information is available online.

Registering your account
These instructions will guide you through the registration process. It is important to follow these instructions in the order they are given.

Step 1: Confirmation Email

Check your email inbox or spam folder for the confirmation message to begin your registration process. The email will be sent from “” and the subject line will state “WAGONER COMMUNITY HOSPITAL- Patient Portal New User.” Open the email and click the link provided. You will be transferred to a webpage where you will be asked to register as a new user.

Step 2: Registration

You will be asked to enter your name, date of birth, unique user ID and password. 
Very important: Make sure you check the box at the right to verify that your information is correct. Then click the “register” button at the bottom of the screen.

Step 3: Security Question

Choose three security questions, fill in the answers, and then click the “submit” button at the bottom of the screen.

On the next page, click the on “Main Menu” to begin looking at your medical record.

Step 4: Patient Record

From the patient list, click on the name of the patient you are authorized to view. The patient’s visits will be listed chronologically. Next to each visit there is a link that shows the account number (A) and the title “Summary of Care” (B). Click on the link in the Summary of Care column to view the document.

For additional information, you may reach us at 918-485-5514 during normal business hours