With a few taps in the OhioHealth mobile app, you can easily find OhioHealth doctors, get directions to nearby urgent and emergency care locations, and access your MyChart health record – anytime, anyplace!
Use the OhioHealth app to:
• Schedule appointments
• Find a doctor and view patient satisfaction ratings
• Pay your bill
• Get directions
• View Urgent Care wait times
• Access test results
• Communicate securely with your doctor
• Have a telehealth visit
• Request prescription refills
• Keep track of health information
• Create a MyChart account
• "Track My Health" feature integrates with Apple Health app
• View and share OhioHealth news and wellness articles
You must have a MyChart account to access MyChart features. You can create a MyChart account in the OhioHealth app. Your doctor may have provided you with an activation code during your last outpatient office visit; however, a code is not required to create an account.
Currently, MyChart features are available only for OhioHealth facilities in the greater Columbus area, including Delaware and Marion.
For Questions About Using OhioHealth
Call the Support Line at (614) 533.6924
You can now select a reason - like a condition or symptom - for your urgent care video visit when scheduling.
Ratings and Reviews
Very User Friendly
My Wife, and I wanted to say how user Friendly this site is. All the information at our fingertips. We are certainly lucky to have people in the system respond to our questions. Dr Haynes, who is my Primary Care Doctor, has been excellent in her communications with us. Always quick to answer our question and take appropriate action. We are certainly blessed to have such a caring Doctor watching over me and my Health problems. Everyone we have dealt with in the Ohio Health System has been great. Thanks again Curt & Myra Jago
App needs work
The billing section of the app is in desperate need of an update. It’s very difficult to get to where you actually make a payment. It’s also tricky in what it wants you to pay. The amount listed is what you owe Ohio Health entirely then there is a payment button under that amount then under the payment button it shows your statement amount if you’re on a payment plan. But when you click the payment button it lists the entire amount owed, then it lists a certain percentage they would like you to pay, then there is an option for paying any amount you would like. It does not give you the option to pay the statement amount agreed upon with customer service/the amount in the monthly statement. The app makes it very easy to question if you’re paying the wrong amount wether it be too much or not enough. Basically the app is not aligned with what’s happening with the call center/payment plan. So I end up having to call to make my payment to feel confident that the correct amount was payed.
It can be difficult to find what you need quickly, especially when trying to navigate between the different “areas” of the app (e.g. the home page and its tools, your separate personal info page, your separate personal settings, etc). Notifications and pop-ups are annoying and tend not to disappear. Sometimes it crashes. There’s some redundant pieces and parts. The telehealth appointments aren’t without glitches/problems and for some reason require you to download the zoom app which is not great (and doesn’t inspire a great feeling of security). But at the end of the day, despite the frustration and clunkiness, it provides services that are relatively convenient, so that’s nice. The fact that it constantly logs me out makes me feel a little more secure I guess, but I still hate having a portal to such personal info on my phone.
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