Welcome to Your Patient Portal

Patients who receive care at any of our locations — Glacial Ridge Hospital and ER, Glacial Ridge Center for Surgical Care, Glenwood Medical Center, Brooten Medical Center, and Starbuck Medical Center — can take an active role in managing their own health through the patient portal, with more robust features in the near future. In addition to handling their own care, parents and healthcare proxies (with authorized consent) will appreciate the ability to access the records of those individuals for whom they manage care.

The secure messaging feature in the patient portal is only for NON-URGENT medical questions or concerns. Please call our clinics or hospital directly for urgent health concerns. For all other messages for your provider, billing, medical records, etc., please continue using this feature in the portal! Our staff will respond within 2-3 business days.

How do I create a new account?

New Patient Portal Users:

If you are a new patient at GRHS or have never used our patient portal, there are two ways to sign up. You may click the Call to Schedule an Appointment or click the Contact Us button above. In the Questions or Comments section of the Contact Us form, note that you’d like to set up a patient portal. Our reception staff will contact you within 1-2 business days.

With the Patient Portal, you have the ability to:

  1. View Lab results
  2. View your current Medication List
  3. View a Problem and Medical History List
  4. View a CCD (Continuation of Care Document)
  5. Request, Cancel, or Reschedule an Appointment
  6. Request Medication Refill
  7. Assign a Proxy Account
  8. Add Dependents
  9. Send a Secure Message for your provider care team, general medical questions, billing questions, and requesting medical records

Additional information:

  • Each health system has its own electronic health record system so this does not provide access to your health information at other hospitals and clinics.
  • Information you have entered in the Patient Portal is not visible to your physician.

Need Help? View these PDF guides.