View your health records securely online with your patient portal.

The easy way to keep up to date with your health information.

What is a patient portal?

Patient portals are secure, convenient online tools that help you to manage and keep track of you and your family’s and whānau's health 24/7.

Use it to book appointments, access your medical history, clinical notes and lab results. You can even request prescription repeats.

It’s safe, easy to use and a great way to keep tabs on your health whenever you need to.

View our introductory video below to hear from patients who are already using it, and talk to your GP about registering for your own patient portal today.

 

How patient portals work

To sign up for a patient portal, first talk to your GP to see if their practice is offering the service. If it is, they will then get you set up with a secure username and password.

After signing up, you’ll have access to a range of different tools that you can use to manage your health. Depending on what your GP has included, you could do anything from checking medical records to getting prescription repeats.

As your patient portal is an extension of your GP’s current services, you can trust that it is secure, your information will remain totally confidential and your portal is protected by your own unique password.

When you’re finished using your portal, simply log out of your account.

General practices in New Zealand with patient portals.

Enter the name of your practice into the box or search for it on the map. If your practice has a portal it will show green. If it doesn’t have a portal it will show red.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What technology will I need to use a patient portal?

You can use your portal on devices such as laptops, personal computers, tablets or smartphones. If you have an email address and access to the internet, you can see your portal anywhere at any time.

Will I need to be trained to use a patient portal?

Most people find patient portals are intuitive and easy to use, but if you need help your practice will be able to assist you.