Patient Portal 

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Visit mySHAC to securely access all of the following using your Carleton Username and Password:

  • Online Medical appointment scheduling – reserve medical appointments online, 24/7, for greater convenience
  • Secure Student/Provider messaging – communicate with SHAC staff in a secure, confidential manner via our e-messaging system
  • Pre-Visit Medical & Intake Counseling Forms – save time by filling out info before appointments
  • Immunization Manager – upload your vaccinations online
  • Automated Appointment Reminders – receive e-mail reminders of your upcoming appointments in SHAC

Students are encouraged to watch the Video Tutorials that provide a general overview of these and other processes.


About the Secure Messaging System:

Since email is not a secure medium, SHAC uses a protected e-messaging system for students to communicate confidentially with medical and counseling staff at SHAC. To access this system, visit the “mySHAC” online patient portal and log in using your Carleton Username and Password.

When you receive a secure message from SHAC staff, a notification directing you to the web portal will appear in your e-mail account. You will be notified via an email with the subject line “mySHAC Patient Portal: New Message.”

To ensure that your email provider accepts these messages, make sure you enter the originating email address (<CarletonSHAC@medicat.com>) into your address book or contacts list.

Please make a habit of reading ALL Secure Messages as they may contain important and time-sensitive information regarding your health care.


TUTORIALS: How to use mySHAC

Please watch the following tutorial videos for more information about the mySHAC patient portal.

mySHAC: What Is It and How Do I Get There?

mySHAC: Scheduling Appointments

mySHAC: Pre-Visit Forms

mySHAC: Secure Messaging, Phone Counseling & After-Hours Info

mySHAC: Entering Your Immunizations (for New Students)

mySHAC: Uploading Your Immunization Record (for New Students)

mySHAC: How To Complete the Tuberculosis (TB) Risk Assessment (for New Students)

mySHAC: Additional TB Clinical Documentation (for “at-risk” New Students only)