|Advocate Dreyer Welcomes New Interventional Cardiologist|
Aurora, Ill –Ankush Goel, M.D. has joined Advocate Dreyer as an Interventional Cardiologist and will see patients at the Rush-Copley Campus and North Aurora locations. Dr. Goel finished his medical education at University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine in Chicago, IL. He completed residency training in Internal Medicine at University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center. Dr. Goel has completed three fellowships, the first in Heart Failure/Heart Transplant, and the second in Cardiovascular Diseases, both at University of Chicago Medical Center. The third fellowship was in Interventional Cardiology at Loyola University Medical Center.
What is MyChart?
MyChart is a free and secure interactive service available to active Dreyer patients through the Clinic's electronic medical record (EMR) system. MyChart offers features that allow patients to take an active role in their care, and provides a new way for patients to communicate with Dreyer Medical Clinic.
How do I sign up?
If you are a current active Dreyer patient aged 18 or older, you can sign up for MyChart during an appointment or call your provider's office to ask about MyChart. You can also click here to sign up online.
What if I need MyChart assistance?
If participating MyChart patients have problems with access or questions about how to use MyChart, they may call 630-906-5161 for assistance. Registered users may send a message to MyChart Support after logging in by opening the Message Center menu and selecting 'Ask MyChart Support.’
Is MyChart confidential?
As always, your medical information is kept confidential. Health care is a very personal, private subject, and you should feel comfortable using the secure MyChart services.
How is my information secured and protected?
User names and passwords provide two layers of authentication. They are stored in an encrypted database that is isolated from the internet. All communications between you and Dreyer are carried over a secure and encrypted connection. Dreyer will use MyChart only for computer-based electronic medical communication. While you may receive internet email messages notifying you of new messages in your MyChart inbox, these emails will not contain any confidential medical information. The information you view in MyChart is encrypted at the highest level possible.
How do I access my Child's or other family member's records?
Manage your family's MyChart accounts from yours for convenient access to appointments, immunization records, lab results, and more. It is available to parents or legal guardians for patients 11 and under. Patients over 18 may also designate another person to manage their account. Contact your provider's office for more information.