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Texaschildrens My Chart

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Texas Children's Hospital has long been affiliated with Baylor College of Medicine, joining forces with this leading medical school in the areas of pediatrics, pediatric surgery, and obstetrics and gynecology to achieve healthier mothers and children.

If you have an e-mail address on file then your MyChart Username will be sent to your e-mail account. If you do not remember any of this information, or you do not have a valid e-mail address on file, you will have to call the MyChart Help Line at 1-877-361-0111 to help you regain access to your MyChart account.

Texas Children's Responsibilities: MyChart System Services: Texas Children's will support, change or improve its MyChart Online and/or MyChart Mobile service as it deems necessary to meet the needs of its patients, Texas Children's or to comply with applicable laws and regulations. Although Texas Children's intends to offer the MyChart

Upon being admitted or receiving services, the patient or patient´s legal representative may receive bills from the Hospital, the patient´s physicians, and affiliated physician groups that may provide facility-based services to the patient as noted below: Texas Children's Hospital PO Box 4494 Houston, TX 77210-4769 832-824-1000 Main 832-824-2300 Customer Service

MyChart - Your secure online health connection. Swedish or PacMed patients wanting to review past medical records or make payment for prior services may sign into this website.Polyclinic patients should continue to sign into this website.For more info, read the FAQ.. Communicate with your doctor