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What is MyChildren's?

MyChildren's is a convenient, easy to use and secure way to access your child's health information.

With MyChildren's you can...

view portions of your child's/dependent's health records
send secure messages to a clinician
request, cancel and confirm appointments
view demographic information
view and pay your Hospital bills online
Who can participate?
You are eligible if you are:
  • A parent or legal guardian of a patient
  • A patient age 13 or older (Parents/guardians of a 13 or 14 year olds will be notified that an account has been created.)
What health information can I view?

The Health Record is a subset of available information, and should not be regarded as a complete health record. Your child's measurement and lab test information is filtered to remove sensitive and/or redundant information. If you would like a complete copy of your child's health record, please contact our Medical Records department at 617-355-7546.

Note the following:
  • MyChildren's is an electronic copy of portions of your child/dependent's medical record.
  • Labs are available when they are resulted. Results include tests done in outpatient, inpatient and emergency department settings.
  • You can access Radiology reports.
  • You can access most clinic notes.

Note: Information from outside sources may not be immediately available.

What do I need to access MyChildren's?
  • An e-mail address that you check regularly
  • Internet Explorer 9 (PC), Firefox 23 or higher (PC or Mac), Google Chrome 30 or higher (PC or Mac) or Safari 6.0 or higher (Mac)
  • Latest versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader
  • Javascript enabled

04/01/17:
EpiPen® 0.3 mg and EpiPen Jr® 0.15 mg autoinjector RECALL

Selected lot numbers of brand name EpiPen® 0.3 mg and EpiPen Jr® 0.15 mg autoinjectors have been recalled due to risk of malfunctioning during use. No incidents of malfunction have been reported in the U.S. but Mylan is recalling all affected lots out of an abundance of caution.

Please call your local pharmacy with any questions.

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