We hope this message finds you well. We are writing to inform you that your COVID-19 test results are now available on the MHS Genesis Patient Portal.

To access your test results, please log in to the patient portal using your username and password. Once you have logged in, navigate to the “COVID-19” section and select “Test Results.” You should see your test results displayed there.

If your test results are positive, please follow the guidelines provided by your healthcare provider and local health department. If you have any questions or concerns about your test results, please do not hesitate to contact us.

How to Check MHS Genesis Patient Portal Covid Results

Follow these directions to access your COVID-19 test results through the MHS Genesis Patient Portal:

Visit your healthcare provider’s website or download their mobile app to gain access to the MHS Genesis Patient Portal (if available).

Remember to sign in: To access your account, please enter your username and password. You will not be able to view your COVID-19 exam results without first creating an account.

To view the outcomes of the COVID-19 tests, please click here. After signing in, you can view your COVID-19 exam scores in the appropriate section. Your account’s main dashboard should provide a direct link to this sub-section.

See the outcomes: You should see the results of your COVID-19 examination here. You may need to check back later, as your results may not have been uploaded to the site just yet. It’s possible that you’ll need to check back in a few days.

Get in touch with your doctor. If you have any questions or concerns about your COVID-19 test results, or if you are having problems accessing them through the MHS Genesis Patient Portal, please contact your healthcare practitioner. You can ask them for help getting to your findings or with any other queries you might have.

It’s important to note that your COVID-19 test results may take several days to be uploaded to the portal. If you haven’t gotten your test results after a few days, you should call your doctor or nurse to find out what’s going on.