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MyChart

ROC is now offering patients access to your medical records anytime, day or night with MyChart.

Welcome to MyChart

Reno Orthopedic Center now offers a secure, easy way for patients to manage their healthcare online. Having access to your health information is important and that's why ROC now offers MyChart. You will be considered an established patient in the ROC MyChart system once you have seen a ROC physician after June 7, 2021. Communication with ROC providers will not be available until you are considered an established patient as stated above. 

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Steps to Get Started:

(If you already have the MyChart mobile app, all you have to do is switch organizations)

  1. Click here to sign up and activate your account.
  2. Download the MyChart app to access your personal records on the go. If you have an iPhone, you will need your Appple Password/ID. Get Android app or Get iPhone app
  3. If you have problems logging in, call or text 775-785-3449 for help.

Features

  • All your health information in one place.

    See your medications, test results, upcoming appointments, and medical bills all in one place. Receive updates when new information is available on MyChart. And view your family member's record and message a provider on their behalf.

  • Schedule your next appointment online.

    Make appointments at your convenience, and complete pre-visit tasks from home. And because life happens, you can also reschedule or cancel an appointment directly from your phone or computer.

  • Send and receive secure messages with your provider.

    Send a message directly to your provider, after your first visit beyond June 7th, 2021, and get responses from your provider or their MA anytime with ease.

Urgent Medical Matters

MyChart is not for emergencies. For medical emergencies, call 911.
Contact your doctor's office by telephone for new or worsening problems.