Access Your Medical Records Online

We at Bergen Regional Medical Center, believe that patients should have easy, instant access to his or her health information at any time. We are pleased to present this opportunity through the use of a secure Internet portal. Using this portal, you will be able to access your health information online.

Please note that while this service is currently available to Inpatient and Emergency Department patients only, Same Day Surgery and Outpatient Services will be available in the future.

During the registration process, you will asked to provide a valid email address. When your visit is complete instructions on using the portal, and activating your account, will be provided via email from Bergen Regional Medical Center. Once your account is activated, you will be able to access information from your visit: allergies, procedures, lab and radiology results, vitals, and more — all in one place!

Visit the Patient Portal

Directions for creating an account:

Step 1
During registration, provide the hospital Registrar with a valid email address.

Step 2
Upon discharge, you will receive an email with a link to the Patient Portal.

Step 3
Check your email and use the link to launch the online Patient Portal.

Step 4
You will be prompted to enter your date of birth to confirm your identity.

Step 5
You will be prompted to verify your demographic information.

Step 6
Create a User ID (using email address is recommended) and password.

Step 7
Create three security questions to verify your identity in case of password loss.

Step 8
Check the box to agree to the Terms of Use.

Step 9
Congratulations! Your account has now been activated.

Should you have any difficulty registering for this service please contact RelayHealth Customer Support by phone at 1-866-RELAY-ME (1-866-735-2963) or by e-mail at


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