Patient On-Line Portal
We have our Patient On-Line Portal available. An invite has to be issued from the office so if you do not have yours set up, please give us a call and we will be happy to issue the email invitation so you can get yours set up.
You will have access to appointments, records request, health questions to staff, your health history, medication refills, your medical records and bill pay. Plus you can save, print or forward your records to other providers of your choice. So please take advantage of our Patient Portal online services.
Our Patient Portal is designed for the patient and clinic staff to communicate securely with all your information encrypted and stored securely. Once you create your account, your updated demographics is forwarded to our office.
On your next visit, just request the portal form from the front desk; or you can call if you not planning on coming in until your next appointment. Then a link is sent to your email for you to login and complete your demographics and start using the portal..
Our portal is also in a mobile friendly through MyHealthRecord.com for both IPhone and Android users. You can have all your medical information from appointments to visit information to lab information located in one place for all family members for all your providers. Just open your browser on any device to the site MyHealthRecord.com. You simply login into with the login and password you set up after receiving our emailed link. This will connect all your providers you and your family use, then you have all your family health information in one place.
The portal is NOT for medical emergencies so please call 911 for any emergencies!
The Center for Women
628 Hospital Drive, Ste. 2A
Mountain Home AR 72653
(870) 425-4431 fax
For Memorial Day, our office will be closed Monday, May 28, 2018 all day.
For Independence Day, our office will be closed Wednesday, July 4, 2018 all day.
For Labor Day, our office will be closed Monday, September 3, 2018 all day.
For Thanksgiving, our office will be closed both Thursday and Friday,
November 22 & 23, 2018 all day.
For Christmas, we will be closed Tuesday, December 25, 2018 all day!
For New Year's Day, we will be closed Tuesday, January 1, 2019 all day!
New OB Patients
Every month our office draws a name from all the new obstetrical
patients seen during the previous month. The winner is given a gift
that is prepared for the mother-to-be and/or expected baby. This is our way of saying thank you to the mothers bringing life into our world. Babies are one of the best blessings anyone could ever have.
So we want to show we appreciate the new baby as well as the new
mother. See our Facebook page, Instagram & Google page for the winners.
The Center for Women participates in SHARE which is the health information exchange (HIE) formed to better coordinate care for your medical providers. SHARE helps provide you with better, easier and safer health care. Using a secure, state-wide computer network, SHARE combines your medical information from different caregivers to create a single electronic health record. This helps your doctors more easily coordinate your care and reduces mistakes, especially in emergencies.
Your health care providers may already share your health records through fax, email and postal mail when needed for your care. SHARE makes it easier, faster and more secure for providers to exchange information about you. It creates a whole picture of your health.
For more information on how SHARE works, please visit their website at http://www.sharearkansas.com.
Your participation in SHARE is voluntary. You can decide if you want your health information to be available in SHARE.
When your health care providers participate with SHARE and disclose your health records, they are required to let you know. When you visit a participating provider you should receive information about SHARE and your participation choices. This is often included with your provider’s HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices.
SHARE offers a number of benefits for patients, including better coordination between providers, fewer repeat tests and medical errors, better patient safety and more. We encourage you to talk to your health care provider before you make a decision about sharing your information. It may also help you to review the Frequently Asked Questions.
SHARE complies with all Federal and state privacy laws, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and the Arkansas Personal Information Protections Act, which are designed to protect your health information. These laws require that your information be kept secure both while it is being e-mailed or sent through a computer, and while it is at your health provider’s office.