Patient Portal at Delta County Memorial Hospital

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Self-Enroll in the DCMH Patient Portal

A patient and consumer health portal that saves patients time and offers the convenience of accessing their health information from Delta County Memorial Hospital 24-7 is now available. Patients will need to have a valid email address on file at the hospital in order to access the patient portal.

For support or questions about the Hospital Patient Portal, please call Medical Records at (970) 399-2810. For questions or support about Clinic Portal access please contact your clinic.

Patients will be able to:
View, download or transmit a Health Summary
See some lab results and radiology reports
View allergies and conditions
Review active home medications
Reference visit history, including discharge instructions
Access billing information

Health Summary

Patients and authorized family members may access a Health Summary from the Portal, or transmit the Health Summary which serves as a Continuity of Care Document (CCD). Patients may safely transmit an encrypted summary to a specific physician by entering a Provider Direct Address. Similarly, a secure download is supported by requiring a patient-generated password to access the downloaded file.

Access/Update Important Health Information

The Portal simplifies access to timely health information by making it accessible to patients and their families from one central location. The Portal allows users to:

See allergies, conditions
Review active home medications
View some lab results and radiology results from imaging studies
Review discharge instructions from previous visits
Update personal data, including contacts and demographic information

The Portal protects access to this sensitive information through a number of security measures, including URL rewriting, encryption, and customer-defined timeouts.

Access a Single Portal

The Patient and Consumer Health Portal allow patients and their families to see data from both acute and ambulatory visits to the Hospital. Patients can review visit details and update information. Users also benefit from access to preventative care information and immunizations.

View Billing Information

From the Portal's Billing tab, patients and family members can see details for both current and past accounts, which include a date of service, total balance and patient responsibility for each account.

Reap the Benefits of Integration

Seamless and system-wide exchange of information ensures patients have timely access to their health information. Healthcare staff also benefit from improved communication and engagement with patients and their families. Integrated features include:
Updates to demographic or contact information made in the Profile area of the
    Portal's Health Information Management.
Integration with the Revenue Cycle allows patients to see billing information,
    decreasing the need for paper copies of billing documentation.
Patients have access to visit histories, discharge instructions, and a Patient
    Health Summary, ensuring them access to important health information and
    follow up materials after leaving the healthcare facility.

Safety of Email Addresses/Patient Information

Email accounts gathered by Delta County Memorial Hospital are only for use of the Patient Portal. DCMH does not sell or distribute email addresses and will not use email addresses for any other purpose. Patient information is protected through the use of a personal user ID and password system as well as other layers of security to ensure privacy and data integrity.

Questions About the Patient Portal

1. Where does My Health Information come from?
Your health information comes from our hospital's electronic health record. It is the most up to date and accurate information that the hospital has for you.

2. How do I log on?
In order to log on, you just go to and look for the Patient Portal link on the home page. Enter your username and password.

3. May My Family Members Have Access?
You can provide permission through a consent form to family members so that they may access your health records.

4. Technical Problems?
Contact us at (970)399-2810 or through the homepage of the Patient Portal. Submit any questions you have about the Patient Portal and we will respond.

Steps to Enroll

1. Go to
2. Click on the Patient Portal link on the home page
3. Click on the Self Enroll in the Patient Portal tab
4. Fill out the Patient Profile
5. Access your e-mail for your one-time username, password and link to the Patient Profile Portal
6. Then click on the link to access the Patient Portal
7. Enter your one-time username, password and security question and then click Log On
8. Enter your new username and password.
9. Now you are free to explore the Patient Portal!


Contact Medical Records at (970) 399-2810 with any additional questions or support.