General Questions

How can I access my child’s medical records?

If you have a child in school, you most likely have spent endless hours filling out paperwork, sailing through the questions until you get to the answer you can never seem to remember...

What is the date of your child's most recent vaccination? You draw a complete blank. It happens to the best of us. Wouldn't it be nice to have that information available to you anytime, from the privacy of your home or smartphone, without having to dig through paperwork or call the doctor's office?

You can now view your child's health record online, 24/7, through MyLGHealth. In order to receive access, you must have a MyLGHealth account. Once enrolled, click on the My Family's Records menu and then click on Child Proxy Request (for ages 12 and under).

To establish access for ages 13-17, click on Manage Other Accounts, download and complete the Minor Consent Form.

Your MyLGHealth account is encrypted for security, so you can rest assured knowing that the only people who can view your information are you and your doctor.

How do I request prescription refills?

Roseville Pediatrics is excited to offer MyLGHealth, the convenient, secure way to manage your health 24/7 using your computer or smart phone. MyLGHealth lets our patients access personal health information and connect with their doctor’s office, all from one place, all online. For more information, please visit MyLGHealth.org.

Prescription refills with MyLGHealth are quick and easy. Simply log in to keep track of your medications or request a refill.

Not a MyLGHealth member? Sign up for MyLGHealth with easy step-by-step instructions.

You can also request prescription refills by calling our office. When calling us for a prescription refill, please call 717-569-6481 and press 5. The following information is needed to properly refill your prescription.

  • Your name with spelling
  • Your date of birth
  • Telephone number
  • Name and spelling of the medication
  • Dosage of the medication
  • Name and phone of the pharmacy
  • Name of your doctor
  • How the medication is taken (one pill twice per day)

Please allow 24 hours for the prescription to be filled. You may be notified if are due to be seen in our office before an extended prescription can be issued.

 

Where can I learn more about Roseville Pediatrics policies?

At Roseville Pediatrics, we want to ensure that the transition for you and your child from pediatric to adult medicine is as seamless as possible.  Contact us to learn more about Roseville Pediatrics’ transition policy.

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