Broadway Medical Clinic’s patient portal allows you to request an appointment, access your medical records, send a message to your provider and more. If you haven’t accessed the portal since September, 2021, you’ll need to sign-up again by contacting the clinic to request an enrollment email.
If you already have an account, please click the following link:
To enroll in the patient portal, please call the clinic at 503-249-8787 to provide your email address so that we can send you an enrollment invitation.
The enrollment invitation will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org. If you don’t see the email, please make sure you check your Spam/Junk folders. Within the email there will be a unique link that will take you to the Patient Portal where you will need to confirm your identity by providing your Birthdate and Zip Code. Once you’ve confirmed those, you’ll be able to choose a username, password and set a security question.
The first time you login to the patient portal it will generate a medical records request to your electronic chart covering the previous 6 months worth of visits. When those records are delivered to your portal account, you’ll have access to a “Health Record” link where you can see that information.
If you want all of your medical records accessible in the patient portal, click the Health Record link, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click the Request Consolidated Health Record button. That will pop-up a window titled Request updated health records. At the bottom of that window check the box for “Request complete record.” and then click the Request Record button. This will send a new request to your electronic chart and within 30 – 60 minutes you will receive those records back into your patient portal. Please note that if you have an extensive history with the clinic, this request can take longer.
As a parent or other legal guardian, you can have access to your child’s medical record through the patient portal. However, State and Federal Regulations prescribe limitations due to privacy. So if your child is age 12 or older, they will need to be setup with their own email address, which will be tied to their patient portal. Once that is setup, the child can login and invite you to have access to their health records.
The Oregon Health Authority publishes a document regarding Minor Rights for Healthcare that provides additional information. You can access this by clicking here.