Frequently asked questions about the patient portals.
The Hospital portal is a free service provided by Logansport Memorial Hospital.
Log on at any time to review your information. You may also decide to receive email notifications when information is revised or added to your account. Select "Preferences," then” Update User Preferences” and customize your notification settings to meet your needs.
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Sign-up is simple and takes place when patients arrive at registration or as part of the hospital admission process. During the registration process, patients will be asked to provide their email address. Patients must have an email address on file to access the hospital portal.
Once you sign up, watch for an email from My Hospital Portal DoNotReply@logansportmemorial.org within a few business days. Click the registration link to complete the process.
To ensure that the My Hospital Portal invitation email reaches you, please check your "spam folder" and add DoNotReply@logansportmemorial.org as an approved sender. Or you can use the enroll button to activate your hospital patient portal. If you know you have provided a valid email address when you last registered, go to www.logansportmemorial.org and on the Patient Portal page, you will click on the Enroll button under the “Login for Hospital Patients” option.
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You determine your own username and password when you create your Hospital Patient Portal account online.
Log on whenever you want to review changes, make updates, review Labs and more. Bookmark the site to make it convenient to visit on a regular basis. You may also decide to receive email notifications when information is revised or added to your account. Select "Preferences" then select “Update User Preferences” and customize your notification settings to meet your needs.
Go to the “Patient Portals” tab located in the top right-hand corner of the Logansport Memorial Hospital website (www.logansportmemorial.org). You will be directed to the Patient Portal webpage. If you are already registered, click on the login for hospital patient button. It will take you to the login page.
If you are interested in Hospital Portal access for your child(ren) under the age of 18 for whom you are legally responsible, you must call medical records for further assistance at (574) 753-1390.
Yes, you will need to fill out a proxy request form and bring it to the Medical Records department. The proxy request is available for download on the hospital website, where this document is located.
If you don't remember your password, choose LMH Secure Login and select either “Forgot Password” or “Forgot Login Id.” Complete required fields and click “Reset ___”. You will then receive an email with instructions about how to complete this process.
If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact Logansport Memorial Hospital Medical Records department at (574) 753-1390 or email@example.com.
There are many free email services available to use. Any email service is compatible with Logansport Memorial Hospital portals. If you are looking to create a free email account, some of the more established email providers are:
Yes. We take great care to ensure your health information is kept private and secure. Access to information is controlled through personal IDs and passwords. Logansport Memorial Hospital uses the latest encryption technology. All Logansport Memorial Hospital messaging is done while you are securely logged on to our website.
Only you – and those you authorize – will be able to see or gain access to the information in your portal. We will not share your personal information with any outside party not affiliated with our organization.
All of the information in the Portal comes from your Logansport Memorial Hospital Electronic Medical Record.
You can obtain your medical records by contacting Logansport Memorial Hospital Medical Records department at (574) 753-1390.
Logansport Memorial Hospital portals are not used to communicate medical concerns to your doctor. If you are experiencing an urgent medical problem, please call 911 immediately.