View test results, communicate with your care team and more
As a Presbyterian Medical Group patient, you have secure online access to your Presbyterian electronic health records through your MyChart account. You can also have access to your family's records by requesting proxy access and MyChart offers teens, between the ages of 14-17, access to directly engage with their care team. Plus, you can download the mobile app and manage your entire family's healthcare while on the go.
Using MyChart, you can:
Send and receive non-urgent medical messages with your care team
Request prescription renewals and view current medications
Schedule primary care appointments, request an appointment with a specialist, view past appointments, and cancel or confirm upcoming appointments
Use eCheck-In before your appointments to pay co-pays, sign documents, and verify and update patient information
View and accept newly available appointments
Review details of your visit or patient instructions in your After Visit Summary
Access your health summary including allergies, immunizations and current health issues
Receive notifications of appointment and health reminders
Request proxy access to manage your family’s healthcare
Pay your doctor and hospital bills, sign up for paperless billing and view prior statement and payment histories
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Care Options to Meet Your Needs
Presbyterian offers many easy ways to get medical care. Compare the options below or go to www.phsgetcare.org to help you make decisions about where to go for care.
Locations in Albuquerque, Los Lunas, Rio Rancho and Santa Fe
Presbyterian Medical Group’s primary care providers (PCPs) are the leaders of your care team. They include family medicine, internal medicine and pediatric providers who can care for patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly.
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
with some clinics offering extended hours
For questions outside normal business hours, call the clinic where your PCP is located to reach our on-call provider. Most urgent care or extended-hours clinics are open evenings and weekends. An urgent care may be closer and could take less time than a trip to the hospital emergency department (ED).