Securely View Your Medical Records Online

Health Records Online is a secure patient portal from Aiken Regional Medical Centers that lets you view your medical records online at any time using your computer, smartphone or tablet.

Access the Portal

If you are already enrolled, please log in below.

Log in


Enroll In Person or Online

Two ways to enroll in the portal:

  • In person: Provide your email address at registration and we'll email you an invitation to join.
  • Online: Enroll in the portal online at any time after registration.

Enroll Online

When you enroll, enter your Medical Record Number (MRN), which can be found on our hospital wristband or on documentation provided at discharge. If you don’t know your MRN, contact Registration or the Health Information Management Department for additional information on how to obtain your invitation.

Portal Features

Health Records Online lets you see a summary of your medical records, including:

  • Lab results
  • Radiology reports
  • Medications
  • Health issues
  • Allergies
  • Immunizations
  • Procedures
  • Summaries of care you've received
  • Discharge instructions

Portal Support

For technical issues or trouble logging in:

Call 888-252-8146 for help, 24 hours a day, seven days per week.

Questions about enrollment?

Contact the hospital Registration Department at 803-641-5120.

Questions about your medical records?

Call the hospital Health Information Management Department at 803-641-5066.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is Health Records Online secure?

Yes. Health Records Online is located on a secure website.

Q: Do you share my information with anyone?

No. Only you may elect to share summaries of your care with other healthcare providers. We do not share your personal information and strictly follow our Privacy Policy. You may read the policy online or when you enroll in Health Records Online.

Q: Is there a fee to use Health Records Online?

No, the service is completely free of charge.

Q: When can I expect to see my information?

Some information, such as allergies or immunizations, is available shortly after it is documented in the hospital. Other information, such as radiology reports, is available 14 days after the reports are finalized.