Patient Portal mySGHShealthconnection

Manage your health more easily with mySGHShealthconnection.

Whether you want to check an appointment date and time, see results from a recent test or review discharge instructions, you can get the answers you need on your computer or smart phone. mySGHShealthconnection is offered to adults, age 18 and over, and to parents or legal guardians of children up to age 12.

Use our patient portal to:

• View most laboratory and radiology results online

• Access most health records in one place, such as procedures, immunizations, medications, allergies and health issues

• Download most health records to easily share with other health care providers

• Review health education materials and/or discharge instructions

• Save time and postage by paying medical bills online

Certain information may not be available immediately.

Due to the many services provided throughout Southeast Georgia Health System, medical records information is not provided via the patient portal for patients 12 to 17 years of age. Medical records for these patients are available through the Medical Records department on the Brunswick or Camden campus.

Put your health in your hands. 

To get started, visit our Medical Records department on the Brunswick or Camden campus or your physician’s office* to validate your identity and provide your email address. You will receive an email invitation with our patient portal link and account set-up instructions. Once you complete the account set-up and create a user name and password, you can log in to our patient portal anywhere you have access to the Internet — at home, work, school, the library, etc. — by visiting sghs.org.

You will also be offered access to our patient portal during your hospital registration or your next visit to your physician’s office.*

All information is private and secure from unauthorized access. Southeast Georgia Health System reserves the right to remove access.

Problems enrolling? Call 1-877-621-8014.

*Practices operated by the Health System.