Stay Informed. Stay in Touch. Stay in Good Health.
For patients who use assistive technology or have special needs –
Our patient portal, My Health Portal, is an online tool that goes a step beyond simply displaying information by helping you manage your healthcare easily and securely. My Health Portal provides secure online access to portions of your medical record such as:
- Lab Results
- Radiology Reports
- Visit History
- Discharge Instructions
- Health Summary
- Allergies and Conditions
- Medications with Instructions
We adhere to Best Practices and industry standards to safeguard your information. You and authorized family members are the only ones who can access your Portal. Also, a timeout feature protects your information if you leave the Portal page open.
For more information, please download the patient portal brochure below.
For loved ones in your care, you may set up a Proxy Account. Please complete the “Authorization for Proxy Access to My Health Portal” Form and bring it to the Medical Records Department. Proxy must be 18 years of age or older, and an identification document is required.
- Authorization for Proxy Access to My Health Portal Form – English
- Authorization for Proxy Access to My Health Portal Form – Spanish
Crisis Standards of Care
Open Letter to the Community
We thank you for allowing Beverly Hospital to be your health care provider of choice and to serve you and the community for over 70 years. We are in unprecedented times as the current pandemic has continued and the number of people needing healthcare is increasing.
Over the next few days and weeks, like many healthcare facilities, we may be faced with decisions when the demands exceed our resources. We may experience resource limitations in ICU beds, life support equipment (such as breathing machines), and healthy doctors and hospital staff.
Beverly Hospital has plans in place to meet the increasing demands, but there may come a time when those demands exceed our surge capacity and we may need to implement crisis standards of care. If we reach that crisis point, Beverly Hospital has a multidisciplinary team of physicians, hospital personnel, and community members to review the cases of persons who are critically ill. This team will make decisions on the allocation of the limited resources and will utilize criteria that is being used throughout California, the nation, and the world. The team will not be given information related to sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, citizenship, primary language, immigration status, financial status, or insurance status as part of the decision-making process.
What this means to you, your family, or your representative:
- The patient, family member, or patient representative may be unable to make decisions regarding the patient’s care during a public health emergency.
- Talk with your family or representative about your healthcare wishes.
- Discuss any medical conditions you may have.
- Discuss any healthcare directives you have or complete an advanced healthcare directive.
- Specify which treatments you want such as blood transfusions, breathing tube, breathing machines, dialysis, surgeries, and decisions to prolong life.
- Identify one person to be your representative should you be unable to communicate your desires.
- Should you require ICU care, a breathing machine (ventilator), or other increased care, and the needs exceed our capacity, your case will be reviewed, along with other patient cases, to determine how best to utilize the available resources.
- If you become extremely sick and are unlikely to survive despite life-saving treatment, limited resources may be allocated to others who have a better chance at survival.
- If a decision is made to stop or withdraw treatment, you (family member or patient representative) have the right to discuss this decision with your doctor. All efforts will be made to ensure that the patient is comfortable and free of pain.
This is a difficult time for our community. Our doctors, nurses, and hospital personnel are working to provide the best possible care. We ask that you help by wearing a mask, practicing frequent hand washing, maintaining social distancing, avoiding gatherings including those with family and friends, and becoming vaccinated, when available, in order to prevent the continued spread of this disease.
By phone: (323) 725-5020
Via e-mail: Portal.Contact@Beverly.org