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MyChart Results

Results

Please be advised, WellStar's MyChart is intended to communicate with WellStar providers only.

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING AN URGENT MEDICAL PROBLEM, CALL 911 OR YOUR PHYSICIAN'S OFFICE IMMEDIATELY.

You can only review your results from within your MyChart Web or Mobile account. Click on the "Health" menu and select the "Test Results" link. On the "Test Results" page, click anywhere within the row to display the results for that test.

Beginning March 17th, your results will release to your MyChart account the same day the result has been finalized with the exception of HIV and genetic testing results. HIV and genetic testing results are released manually. If you feel that your test results should be available but you don't see them in MyChart, it is best to call your Primary Care Physician’s office to discuss the test results.

Result Type Release
Pathology/Cytology Automatically, after result is marked 'FINAL'
Sensitive (HIV, Genetic Testing) Manually released by provider
General Automatically, after result is marked 'FINAL'

A final result is complete and filed. An edited result is one that has been received and edited by the physician or entered manually by the office personnel. A pending result is one that might not be completed yet; i.e. the total lab might have five different result components but only four have been completed.

A paper lab result may have been scanned into your Medical Record. Scanned results cannot be viewed through MyChart. It is best to message your provider via MyChart to discuss any questions you may have about a particular result.

Radiographic images are not transmitted through MyChart at this time. You can obtain copies of radiology images (X-Rays or CT Scans for example) by contacting the office where your images were taken.

Test results in your MyChart account are released automatically with the exception of sensitive information. If you do not see test results in MyChart, please call the ordering physician’s office and request the release of your information, or discuss it with your physician during your next visit.