Access Your Health Information with Our Patient Portal
Wondering what the results of your cholesterol test were? Need a prescription refill or an appointment with your MedStar doctor? There’s a secure, easy way to get access to your medical information any time of day or night on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Sign up for myMedStar, our free, secure, online information portal. Through myMedStar, you can:
- See your test results
- Review hospital discharge notes
- Send medical information securely to any medical provider
- Make an appointment with your MedStar healthcare providers
- Request prescription renewals from your MedStar healthcare providers
To sign up, just go to myMedStar.org and click Enroll Now.
Share Your Opinion
We are always committed to providing the best in quality and service. Following your visit, you may receive a telephone survey from Discovery Research asking about your experience. Your feedback helps us identify ways to continually improve your patient experience and our quality of care.
Voice Any Concerns
Your care and comfort during your hospital stay is very important to us. Should you have any concerns or problems that cannot be resolved by a member of your healthcare team, our Patient Advocacy staff is available to help answer questions, respond to complaints and assist in a variety of other ways.
If you wish to voice a concern, please call Patient Advocacy at 410-554-4565. MedStar Union Memorial Hospital encourages you to share any concerns you may have about your care. All attempts will be made to resolve the concern or issue in a timely manner. If your concerns are not resolved to your satisfaction after you leave the hospital, you may submit a complaint to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene or The Joint Commission.
MedStar Union Memorial Hospital
201 E. University Parkway
Baltimore, MD 21218
Speak Up About Patient Safety
Patient safety is a top priority at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital, and we encourage you to take an active role in your health care. We urge you to speak up if you have questions or concerns about your diagnosis, hospital care, medications, tests, and treatments. If you don’t understand, ask again. You have a right to know.
Consider asking a trusted family member or friend to help you if you are uncomfortable asking for information or voicing concerns. Remember, you are the center of your healthcare team. Participate in all decisions about your treatment.