MyChart gives you online access to your health record.
As a member of SF Health Network (SFHN) you are connected to top-rated primary, urgent, specialty, and emergency care services, and now to MyChart!
MyChart is a convenient way to:
- See test results
- Manage appointments
- Request certain prescription refills
- Message your primary care provider
- Review your health summary of current health issues, medications, allergies and more
- Have someone you trust manage your health records for you
- Manage the health records of a person in your care
How do I get a SFDPH MyChart account? To sign up, please speak with a member of your care team. After you visit one of our locations, you will be given a personalized activation code that will help you sign up for an account. Or, we can sign you up on the spot in person while you are here. We are happy to help, so please just ask!
I already have an account with the MySFHealth portal. Do I need to sign up for this portal too? Yes. MySFHealth is our previous portal that will no longer be used. You will need to register for the new MyChart portal and begin using that portal instead after August 3.
How much does it cost? MyChart is free for patients and clients within the San Francisco Health Network of care.
How do I get MyChart on my mobile device? Go to the app store to download the MyChart app. After you download the app, select DPH as your health care provider to connect your account. Please note: You must have a MyChart account to be able to access the MyChart app. To create an account, ask your health care team for an activation code to get started.
Is MyChart available in languages other than English? MyChart is available in Spanish by clicking on a link within the system. We look forward to adding other languages once this option is available to us. Note: even though the site itself has the ability to be translated into Spanish, some parts of the patient record would not be translated (i.e. lab or test results).
Is it secure? MyChart is a secure website that will connect you to your personal health records within our network.
For MyChart questions or to get technical help, call (628) 206-2200
The San Francisco Health Network is operated by the San Francisco Department of Public Health and provides world class care near you, for you, regardless of immigration status.
Did you know Zuckerberg San Francisco General, Laguna Honda Hospital, and public health clinics including Maxine Hall, Chinatown, and Potrero Hill Health Centers are part of the SFHN?
For questions about your health, contact your provider or care team member.
For all emergencies, call 911.