The information provided by GoPHR is only available for people on Medicaid. 

Becoming an active participant in one's healthcare is an important step in addressing medical concerns. GoPHR is a powerful, online tool people can use to confidently manage their healthcare information and make actionable decisions about their care. Powered by the Department of Social Services (DSS), goPHR provides an accurate, organized personal health record that can be accessed anywhere, at any time.

How to Use goPHR

Using goPHR starts with creating an account. The online sign-up form requires personal information such as name, address, email and Social Security Number. Upon submission, applicants will receive a confirmation email and request number. It will take up to two business days to process their enrollment.

Once the account has been approved, users will be able to login and review their PHR, a personal health record. They will be able to see a real-time report of their health information. The report includes diagnosis and medication lists, lab results and immunization histories. 

Information is automatically pulled from a variety of sources and is regularly updated. The records are securely stored--only the owner of the account will be able to see them. The records can also be easily downloaded and shared with doctors, caregivers and other healthcare professionals as needed.

In addition to seeing a detailed review of their healthcare records, users can also access the Health Dictionary for information on common medical questions.

Note: The reports on a PHR do not replace the legal record of any health care provider.

Enroll in goPHR

Visit the goPHR website for more information about the service and to begin enrollment.

Email for questions or problems.