myLCMC Health Proxy Access

As a parent or guardian, you can access your child's account through your own myLCMC Health account. Here are two ways to gain access to your child’s account depending whether you have a myLCMC Health account:

  1. You have a myLCMC account.
    To gain access to your child's account,

    1. Click here

    2. Login to myLCMC Health, and under the Messagingtab, click Request Family Access.

    3. Complete and submit the form.

  2. You do not have a myLCMC Health account.
    To gain access to your child's account,

    1. Click here

    2. Complete and submit the form. Once approved, you will receive an email with your activation code and instructions on how to activate your myLCMC Health account. If you fill out the Child Informationsection on the form, access to your child’s account may be granted simultaneously. If not or you want to request access to additional accounts, continue with the following steps.

    3. Login to myLCMC Health, and under the Messagingtab, click Request Family Access.

    4. Complete and submit the form.

myLCMC Health accounts are granted to patients who are 18 years of age or older.

Click here to learn more about myLCMC Health.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is proxy access for myLCMC Health?
    With myLCMC Health, you can manage your child’s myLCMC Health account with proxy access. Those who can receive proxy access are: 
    • A parent of a child  
    • A legal guardian  
    • A patient’s spouse  
    • An adult child or caregiver of an elderly patient

  • How do I request proxy access for my child, who is newborn to 12-years-old?
    Parents or guardians of a minor, considered newborn to age 12, require proxy access to view a child’s myLCMC Health account. To protect the confidentiality of the minor patient, proper identification or legal guardianship documentation must be provided in-person before proxy access can be granted.
  • How do I get proxy access to my teen’s myLCMC Health account?
    Your teen, considered age 13 to 17, must approve the proxy access request privately, in person at his or her next doctor visit.
  • How do I get proxy access if my child is 18 years or older?
    Your adult child, considered 18 and older, must approve the proxy request privately, in person at his or her next doctor visit.