My Health Record gives you secure and convenient access to your health information. When it’s up to date, it can give you a more complete picture of your health. It is available to you, your healthcare providers and your representatives whenever it is needed.
Older Australians and their carers can view a selection of modules on My Health Record which may be especially helpful.
You can keep important health information that you and your healthcare provider organisations have added, all in one place. Find out more about My Health Record and the information you can keep inside.
When you log in to your My Health Record, you will see the Record Home page. It provides an overview of your health information. Find out more about this page and how to access your information via its top menu.
You can be an authorised representative for a person 14 years or older if you can show that the person lacks the capacity to make their own decisions and you have authority to act on their behalf. Find out more about how you can become an authorised representative to manage another person's My Health Record.
A nominated representative is a person you or an authorised representative invites to have access to your record so they can view or help you manage it. Find out how to give someone you trust access to your record or accept an invitation to be a nominated representative.
Immunisation information including COVID-19 vaccination information, comes from the Australian Immunisation Register and certain clinical documents in your record. Find out how you can securely access to your immunisation information, whenever you need it.
My Health Record and the Australian Immunisation Register
You may need to link your My Health Record and the Australian Immunisation Register to see your immunisation information. If you cannot see your immunisation details, find out how to change your Medicare information settings.
Introduction to My Health Record's COVID-19 dashboard
Your COVID-19 vaccination dashboard in My Health Record contains information about your COVID‑19 vaccinations, boosters, test results and related health information. Find out more about the dashboard and how to find your important health information.
Key clinical documents in My Health Record
This topic explores how you can access your clinical documents in My Health Record.
A shared health summary is a clinical record written by your primary healthcare provider such as your GP. It is a summary of your health status at a single point in time. Learn how you can find shared health summaries in My Health Record.
A prescription record is uploaded by the healthcare provider who prescribed your medicines and a dispense record is uploaded by the pharmacist who dispensed your medicines. Learn how to find prescription and dispense records in My Health Record.
A specialist letter is a clinical document that allows your medical specialists to share important information about your healthcare directly to your GP. Learn how to find specialist letters in My Health Record.
A Pharmacist Shared Medicines List (PSML) is a list of all medicines you may be taking, including prescribed, over the counter and complementary medicines. Learn how to find Pharmacist Shared Medicines Lists in My Health Record.
You can store details of people you would like to be contacted in a medical emergency in your record. This could be family members, or close friends or carers. Find out where you can add these details to My Health Record.
Personal health summaries in My Health Record: Medicines information
Your personal health summary is where you can add information about medicines you are taking. This information is available to your healthcare providers, so you don’t have to remember all your information or repeat yourself every time you see one. Find out how you can add medicines information to your personal health summary.
Personal health summaries in My Health Record: Allergies and adverse reaction information
Your personal health summary is where you can add information about allergies, adverse reactions you have experienced. This information is available for your healthcare providers, so you don’t have to remember all your information or repeat yourself every time you see one. Find out how you can add about your allergies and adverse reactions to your personal health summary.
Advance care planning information in My Health Record
Advance care planning is the process of detailing your future medical care preferences. By adding an advance care planning document to your record, your wishes can be safely and securely accessed if they were ever needed in a medical emergency. Find out how to upload your advance care planning documents to My Health Record.