Manning Regional Healthcare Center

MRHC Patient Portal Needs Updated Email Addresses

January 15, 2020

As of January 1, 2020, MMCTSU emails have been discontinued and therefore some Manning residents may be missing important notices sent from Manning Regional Healthcare Center regarding their upcoming medical appointments and reminders. It is important for patients to update their email addresses online or calling MRHC at (712) 655-2072.

“If you haven’t already logged in to your Patient Portal, we encourage you to do so,” said Joy Blom, RN, Nursing IT Coordinator. “This portal provides our patients with easy access their healthcare information.”

“Some of the primary features our patients use are the appointment reminders, laboratory results, summary of appointments and medication listings,” said Blom. “We will continue to expand the services we offer online in the coming months.”

To Log In to the MRHC Patient Portal, visit www.mrhcia.com and click on “Patient Portal” at the right. If you are a new patient, click “Let’s Get Started.”  You will need to contact MRHC to receive your one-time-use PIN number.  Please call (712) 655-2072 to access your pin. Each patient has a unique PIN.

If you already have a login, but need to update your email address, enter your Email Address and Password and press “Sign In.”  You should be prompted to enter a new email address. Step-by-Step instructions listed on the website at www.mrhcia.com/news or on the MRHC Facebook page.

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