Patient Resources
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  • Pre-Registration

    If you have scheduled an upcoming service, maternity stay or elective surgery, you can now complete the hospital pre-registration process online through the Texas Health MyChart patient portal!

    Non-Maternity
    • Texas Health MyChart Website: Find your appointment and click eCheck-In to complete Pre-Registration.
    • Texas Health MyChart app: After logging in, click Appointments. Find your appointment and click eCheck-In to complete Pre-Registration.
    Maternity
    • Texas Health MyChart Website: After logging in, click Pre-Register > Pre-Register for My Delivery.
    • Texas Health MyChart app: Not available at this time.


    If you do not have a Texas Health MyChart account, create one now!

    Use the links below for pre-registration at the following joint-venture facilities:

  • Advanced Directives

    The law requires that patients are given enough information to make an informed choice about giving or refusing permission (consent) for medical care and treatment. By law, an adult has the right to agree to or refuse treatment, and has a right to be informed of the possible medical outcomes of refusing care or treatment.

  • Hospital Quick Guides
  • Health Risk Assessments

    Curious about whether a nagging ache or pain might be indicative of an underlying issue? Consider completing one of the following quick-and-easy assessments to learn more about your heart, joints, well-being or risk for diabetes or breast cancer.

  • Notice of Privacy Practices

    The Notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed, and how you can get access to this information.

  • Medical Records

    Depending on where you had an appointment or procedure, your options for viewing or requesting medical records may vary.

    Looking for Shot Records?

    Find out how to get copies of your child's immunization records

  • Birth Certificates

    Birth Certificates are automatically requested by the hospital at the time of a baby's birth. The certificate should be mailed to you about two weeks after the birth. To request a copy of a birth certificate, you'll need to contact the government agency in the same county as the birth hospital.

    Social Security

    Parents may request a Social Security number for their newborn at the time of birth. The Social Security Administration will assign your newborn a number and mail the card directly to you. For additional information regarding Social Security cards, please visit socialsecurity.gov or call 1-800-772-1213.

  • Patient Rights and Responsibilities

    You are entitled to rights as a patient of Texas Health.

    Sus Derechos Como Paciente

  • Notice of Privacy Practices

    The Notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed, and how you can get access to this information.

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Insurance and Costs
Find out about insurance plans accepted at Texas Health facilities, request a cost estimate or learn about financial assistance.
Preparing for Surgery
Knowing what to expect before surgery will help you and your loved ones be prepared. Our checklist, guides, and frequently asked questions can help.
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Send Flowers
Why not brighten someone's day with flowers or a special gift? Let a hospitalized friend, family member or colleague know you're thinking about them.
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Obtain a Birth Certificate and SSN
Parents may request a birth certificate and a Social Security number for their newborn.
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