View health records on your iPhone or iPod touch (beta)

With iOS 11.3 and the Health app, a new beta feature lets you see all your health records — such as medications, immunizations, lab results, and more — in one place. 

Add your health records

  1. Open the Health app, then tap the Health Data tab. 
  2. Tap Health Records > Get Started. To add another provider, scroll down to Accounts, then tap Add Account.
  3. Search for your hospital or network, then tap it.
  4. Under Available To Connect, choose an option. 
  5. Sign in to your healthcare provider's website or app. You might be asked to save your password.
  6. Wait for your records to update. It might take a minute for your information to appear. 
  7. Repeat these steps for each supported provider.

After you add an institution, the Health app automatically updates your health records periodically. If there's an issue with your health records, contact your provider.  

View your health records

  1. Open the Health app, then tap the Health Data tab.
  2. Tap Health Records.
  3. Tap the category that you want to view.
  4. Tap an item to see more information about it.

Remove a health record

  1. Open the Health app, then tap the Health Data tab.
  2. Tap Health Records.
  3. Under Accounts, tap the provider that you want to remove.
  4. Tap your provider again, then tap Remove Account.
  5. Tap Remove Account & Delete Data to confirm.

This also deletes the account and data from other devices where you're signed in to iCloud with the same Apple ID. 

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