Learn more about health programs

Helping hand: Computing Centre Committee members are helping to plan a workshop for residents to learn how to use the My Health Record or MyGov programs.

Helping hand: Computing Centre Committee members are helping to plan a workshop for residents to learn how to use the My Health Record or MyGov programs.

Help is now available for residents to learn how to use the My Health Record or MyGov programs to access their health record online.

Some people are already using the programs, which makes it easier for people to travel and be able to access their health records.

For a demonstration on how to use the site will be held at the annual meeting of the Port Elliot Computing Centre on Monday, March 5, at 7.30pm. My Health Record is a secure online summary of a person’s health information which they can control of what goes into it, and who is allowed access to it. 

Elizabeth Kennedy from Country SA PHN as well as two others will be available to help people learn.

For more information contact Kate on 0458 609 922 or Miriam on 8552 9664.

Pictured right: Computing Centre Committee members Alan Read, Tony Rawson, Kate Waldmann talk with Elizabeth Kennedy  from Country SA PHN.