To register online as a patient with the practice, enter your information in the new patient registration form. You can get to this form by clicking on "I'm a new patient. Take me to the registration page." on the Patient Portal login screen. You should only fill out the registration form if you are a new patient, i.e., you have never seen a provider in this practice before OR if you've specifically been instructed to do so by your health care provider. Existing patients who just need to set up Patient Portal access should instead use the link "I'm a registered patient. Create my Patient Portal account!"

Fill out all required fields - marked with an asterisk (*), as well as other requested information if desired. Set a password that you will use (along with your email address as a username) to access your Patient Portal account. Review the Privacy Policy at the bottom of the form, and check the box to indicate that you have read and accept its terms. Then sign the form using your mouse (or your finger if you are viewing the form on a touch screen device) and click "+ SIGN ME UP!".

Within a few minutes, you will receive a confirmation email at the email address that you entered in the registration form. You must click the link in that email to finalize your registration and create your Patient Portal account. Then you can log in to the Portal using your email address as your username and the password that you created. If you do not receive the email within 15 minutes, check your spam/junk mail folder.

Help: * I'm a new patient. Take me to the registration page

If you're new to the practice (i.e., you haven't seen a provider yet), use this link to register online and automatically set up your Patient Portal account.

Help: Email Aliases

The MD HQ Patient Portal requires that each user have a unique email address as the username. This can create problems where one email account is shared by two or more patients (commonly, parent and child, or family email accounts, e.g.). To avoid setting up separate email accounts for multiple patients who currently share an email account, you can use aliases, which are additional email addresses that use the same inbox, contact list, and account settings as the primary email address, and all route email messages into the primary inbox.

Specific instructions for how to create an alias in: GmailYahoo!, or