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Shared health summaries

Summaries of your health status and added to your record by healthcare providers.

Your important health information at your fingertips

A shared health summary is a clinical record that can include your diagnosed conditions and the medicines you take. A shared health summary is normally completed when you see your primary healthcare provider and can be written by a GP, a registered nurse or an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioner.

Information can include:

  • known allergies and adverse reactions
  • medications you are taking
  • medical history
  • immunisations.

People who can access your record will be able to view this information. Find out more about who can access a record.  

Get started

  1. Log in to your My Health Record through myGov.
  2. Select the record you want to access.
  3. Select Documents in the top menu.
  4. Select Clinical Records from the drop-down menu. 
  5. Select Shared Health Summaries

You can search for specific documents by filtering by fields such as date, author or organisation.

Your most recent shared health summary will also be available on your Record home page.

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