Connect to Good Health 24/7

Think of My Health Manager* as your personal assistant, always ready to help you connect with your personal doctor, make appointments, review your records and test results, check on prescriptions, order refills and update your profile.

What’s more, in My Health Manager, you can act for a family member who may need your help.

My appointments
Schedule, cancel and review upcoming or past visits. Set an appointment reminder. Very convenient.

My messages
Email your doctor’s office securely. Ask questions. Get guidance. Connect with nurses for advice. Check in with Member Services and our Web Manager. Geek out. It’s healthy.

My health plan manager
Get health plan details, download forms and more.

My doctor
Review online bios for all our physicians and choose or change yours. Start connecting via email. You can do this for a family member as well.

My medical records
Check out records, x-rays, test results, and immunizations for yourself or a family member. We have the top online health records system in the country, so you and your health care team can find what you’re looking for.

My pharmacy
Order refills and check the status of refills, for you or a family member. Check out our list of covered drugs (our formulary) as well.

My profile
This is you, safe and secure. Change your user ID, password, address, email address, preferred first name (hello, Ringo) and secret question.

* Online services are available through My Health Manager at kp.org. Most My Health Manager features are available only to members receiving care at Kaiser Permanente—owned medical facilities. Online services are available through My Health Manager at kp.org. Most My Health Manager features are available only to members receiving care at Kaiser Permanente—owned medical facilities.

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Tips On Picking Your Doctor

  1. Review doctor bios online.
  2. See whose credentials, special trainings, second languages, personal perspectives, or treatment philosophies appeal to you.
  3. Choose your own personal physician.
  4. Make a list of questions for your first visit.