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Medical Records

Medical records contain all your health information, including your doctor’s charts, test results, immunization records, and other critical health information. You can also create personal health records for yourself or your family, helping caregivers keep track of their loved ones’ chronic conditions.

UNC Health Care System

Medical records for patients in the UNC Health Care System are maintained by the UNC Health Information Management department.  For information about  your medical record, please see this Medical Records page or call (984) 974-3226.  If you would like to request a copy of information in a medical record, please FAX a completed authorization form to (984) 974-0474.

UNC HealthLink is a free service of UNC Health Care. For convenient access to UNC Health Care resources and expertise, call UNC Health Link at (984) 974-6302. Health Link nurses can discuss your immediate concerns, provide contact information and help you make an appointment.

Mobile Apps & Tools

Mobile apps and tools can provide you with easy-to-use information and resources that can serve as one part of your overall strategy to become and stay healthy.

iBlueButton allows you to securely access and exchange electronic health records with health care providers, including X-ray images and reports, lab results and visit summaries. Less than $15. iOS, Android. 

MyMedical can keep records for yourself, family members and others in your care. It can also work with your Mac calendars to remind you about doctor appointments, prescription refills and more. $19.99; free trial available.

TrackMyMedicalRecords.com is a free service dedicated to helping you track your family's medical history and health records. 

Data Storage Devices

Data is stored locally on your device. No web service required. Universal App (one purchase for iPhone & iPad). $7.99

These USB Medi-Chips store any type of medical files, including x-rays, CAT scans, EKGs, medications and more. They can also manage health records and hold a copy of a driver's license, passport and social security card.

Resources compiled by Linda Johnsen, Health Sciences Library, UNC-Chapel Hill.

Last reviewed: December 6, 2016

December 6, 2016 - 1:22pm