One Health Record

One Health Record

We are excited to share our transition to a unified electronic health record. It will function across all New London Hospital services and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health (D-HH) member locations, and you might hear us call this new technology eD-H.

As part of this transition, the portal that patients can use to access their health information and communicate with providers will be changing to myD-H.

Starting on October 10, 2020, the myD-H web portal and mobile app will provide our patients with:

  • Free, convenient, and easy access to your health information including
    • medication lists and immunizations
    • allergies
    • test results
  • Secure communication with your health care team
  • Improved communication between your health care providers at NLH and across the D-HH system
  • Appointment reminders and requests
  • Prescription renewal requests
  • Account balances and the ability to make online credit card payments
  • Proxy access to a child or family member’s health record
  • One unified health record across the system
GO TO myD-H PORTAL

Or download the myD-H mobile app.

 

Manage your Health Care with myD-H

We are looking forward to providing you with the increased features and functionality of a unified health record. 

Feel free to set up an account before October, but please be advised that NLH communications in the myNLH portal will not function after September 11, 2020. Please also be aware that after October 10, any new visit information will not appear in myNLH, as it will no longer be connected to NLH’s electronic health record.

Questions?

If the FAQ’s below do not help, please contact us at (603) 526-5059.

myD-H Health Record FAQs

NLH has invested in the electronic health record called eD-H to better serve our patients. eD-H functions as one unified health record across all NLH service lines and at various members of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health (D-HH) system. This will ensure that communication flows seamlessly between NLH services and D-HH member locations, including DHMC, Alice Peck Day, and Cheshire Medical Center.

Yes, there is a new patient portal called myD-H. It is available online at http://www.mydh.org. There is also a mobile app for Apple and Android. The app includes variations of myD-H features but does not replace the web version.

No, you do not need to create a new portal to become a patient at NLH or to continue your care here. The portal is offered as a digital tool to help you manage your health care. It is not necessary to create an account to receive care.

NLH goes live with eD-H at 7:00 pm on October 10, 2020.

In advance of myD-H, we are winding down the current NLH patient portal, myNLH.  After September 11, 2020, no new health information will be added. Please direct any questions or concerns about myNLH to (603) 526-5059.

Yes, you will be able to access your information on the myNLH portal; however, no new information will flow into this record after September 11, 2020.

Your health information prior to this transition will not be available via your new myD-H portal.  Please contact New London Hospital Medical Records at (603) 526-5247 or NHC Medical Records at (603) 865-2855 for health record requests.

You may visit https://www.mydh.org/portal/ and follow the instructions to set up an account.

You will also receive an activation code in your after visit summary at your next appointment.

GO TO myD-H PORTAL

Please review the our Privacy Policy which describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information.

For technical assistance with myD-H, please contact us at (603) 526-5059

In addition to the information on this page, you can review extensive technical FAQs on the myD-H portal. You may also contact us at (603) 526-2911.