My Navigator is our patient portal that securely connects you with your EvergreenHealth electronic health record, providing you 24/7 access on any device with an internet connection.
The portal will give you complete access to your lab reports, health history, doctor visit summaries, procedures, medication listings, future appointments and more.
You can even email your provider with a question between appointments.
Your secure My Navigator account can be created in one of two ways:
In person at your provider's office. An email with a link to the My Navigator site will be sent to your email address to complete registration.
Online at https://evergreen.iqhealth.com/self-enroll/, using a Medical Record Number (MRN) or email address that is already registered within the EvergreenHealth system. Google Chrome is recommended for self-enrollment, as the enrollment form is not compatible with some versions of Internet Explorer.
Can anyone self-enroll for the portal?
All EvergreenHealth patients who are 13 years and older can create a portal account, either in person or online; although proxy accounts must be created in person.
What information do I need to self-enroll on My Navigator?
You'll need your Medical Record Number (MRN) and an email address.
Where can I find/access my Medical Record Number (MRN)?
What if I have problems logging into my account?
If you encounter problems logging into your My Navigator account, please contact the Help Line toll-free at 1.800.417.9235.
Once you have signed up for your My Navigtor account, we can securely connect your My Navigator health record to some of the health management apps you may use (i.e. fitness trackers, dietary trackers, etc.).
This provides access to your health and wellness data in an app of your choosing that will enable you to make informed choices.
Once we receive your request, we will be in touch (typically within two business days) with next steps.
If you have already developed, or plan to develop, an app that you would like to connect to EvergreenHealth's Cerner Millennium Electronic Health Record, the first step is to visit https://code.cerner.com/. Click on the "start coding" link to get access to all of the documentation you’ll need to develop against Cerner’s Ignited APIs and ultimately submit your app for review.