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Welcome to MyCarle New to our patient portal, or have an existing MyChart account? Simply click the sign up now button to activate your MyCarle account. Patients with existing portal accounts should be prompted to merge their information, or can do so manually under account settings “Link my Account.” COVID – 19 Alert

Patient Portal – Login Page

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MyCarleton Portal – Information Technology Services

MyCarleton Portal provides access to information and multiple services that students, faculty, staff and other members of the University community use frequently. From within the Portal you can access cuLearn, your Carleton Email, Carleton Central, and more. Log into MyCarleton Portal. Login using your MyCarletonOne Account. Student Login

MyCarleton Portal

Why Carle. When you choose Carle, you’re choosing exceptional healthcare experts dedicated to the highest standards and latest research. With more than 1,000 doctors and advanced practice providers representing over 80 specialties, you are connected to leading edge care that is focused on you. View all Health

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Login – Patient Portal

Welcome to MyCare! With MyCare, you can access your medical records, view your test results, and email a nurse. Log in today! Schedule an appointment online:

MyCare – Login Page

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Alert If you are experiencing a fever, cough, shortness of breath, lower respiratory infection or have come in contact with an individual infected with COVID-19, or if anyone in your home has been placed in quarantine as a precautionary measure, please call your primary care provider to speak with one of our nurses who can evaluate your needs, which is very important …