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Personal Health Record

What is the Personal Health Record?

The Indian Health Service’s Personal Health Record (PHR) is a convenient, on-line portal used by IHS patients nationwide to access their health records, or those of a loved one. PHR allows patients to track their appointments, their medications, and their medical test results from the privacy of a personal computer or mobile device. It also allows patients to share their health data with designated personal representatives.

Another key feature of PHR is the secure messaging system. This system allows patients to communicate with their health care providers safely and securely.

Who can use the Personal Health Record?

Patients who qualify for health care under the Indian Health Service and their authorized personal representatives can register to use PHR.

Use the links below for more information.

If you are a registered patient in PHR, you may access the PHR website.

Indian Health Service
Personal Health Record

PHR Login/Registration

Personal Health Record

Register in Four Simple Steps:

  1. Create your PHR account at

  2. Visit your local Indian Health System Facility

  3. Bring one form of identification with you (see examples below)

  4. Show identification to the PHR Registration Clerk at the Indian Health System facility

Example Forms of Identification:

    Driver’s License
    Tribal Identification Card
    Employment Identification Card/Badge
    Military Identification Card