MyAHS Connect Proxy Access

Connect Care

MyAHS Connect is your online tool that gives you access to your records, or proxy access to the record of your child or an adult who you are supporting.

MyAHS Connect is available for patients who have been seen at an AHS site with Connect Care and includes information such as medications, growth chart, any lab test results etc. 
You can access it from your web browser, or download the app called MyChart onto your mobile device.

Note: Access cannot be granted by your family physician; it can only be granted by a member of your AHS healthcare team.

Learn More: Adults Requiring Additional Support | How to Grant & Remove Access Between Adults | Parents & Guardians | Youth

Adults Requiring Additional Support

When an adult requires additional support in their healthcare journey or is unable to make their own healthcare decisions, an authorized representative may request proxy access to their health information in MyAHS Connect. Learn more.

How to Grant & Remove Proxy Access Between Adults

All MyAHS Connect users 18 years of age or older can give another MyAHS Connect user 18 years of age or older access to their AHS health information. Learn more.

Information for Parents & Guardians About Proxy Access

If your child is younger than 12 years old, you can apply for proxy access to their MyAHS Connect account at any time using this process. Learn more.

Note: If your child is older than 12, proxy access is likely to be granted only if your child has complex or special healthcare needs*. Learn more.

Information for Youth About Proxy Access

If you've been a patient at an Alberta Health Services location using Connect Care, your healthcare team can help you get access to view your health records online using MyAHS Connect.

Up until you turn 12 years old your parents or guardians can apply for Proxy Access to your MyAHS Connect account. Once you turn 12 their access is turned off. Learn more.

*Complex or Special Healthcare Needs

When a child or youth has or is at an increased risk for a chronic physical, developmental, behavioral, or emotional condition and also requires health and related services of a type or amount beyond that required by children generally (U.S. Maternal and Child Health Bureau). Most of these children need specialty care in addition to primary care.

The conditions these children or youth have are wide-ranging and include, but not limited to:

  • asthma
  • attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
  • autism spectrum disorder
  • autoimmune disorders
  • cancer treatment
  • cerebral palsy
  • conduct disorder
  • diabetes
  • depression
  • Down syndrome
  • heart conditions
  • learning disability
  • migraine headaches
  • obesity