Are all test results available for me to view?
Beginning July 2015 results for approximately 2,000 tests formerly suppressed in MHAV will be reported.
The delays for many MHAV test results is designed to allow our providers time to review the results and communicate with patients and families before the results are reported on the portal, said Titus Daniels, M.D., MPH, MMHC, associate professor of Medicine, executive director of Vanderbilt Medical Group and chief operating officer for Adult Clinical Operations..
How can I tell what the normal ranges are?
Hover on the lab names to see the units and normal ranges.
Why are some lab values in red?
Lab values in red are considered 'out of the normal range.' This may vary with individuals and circumstances. For this reason, lab values should be viewed with caution as they may be normal for your circumstances.
How can I tell what the lab means?
Click the lab name to view more information.
Where does the information about the lab test come from?
Links to information on common laboratory tests have been supplied by the Eskind Biomedical Library at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and may be viewed by clicking on the lab name.
Why arent there links to additional information for all of my laboratory tests?
Because there are many thousands of laboratory tests, information has been supplied for common tests and values. Information on tests is continuously added.
Is there a way to graph my lab values?
Click on the lab results to display a graph of your labs.
The blue icon provides a link to additional information supplied by the Eskind Biomedical Library of Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Within the Immunizations section of My Record, clicking the icon displays more information about an immunization
I am not seeing all of my immunizations, why?
All immunizations given at Vanderbilt will be available on My Health at Vanderbilt. If you brought copies of immunizations performed elsewhere those will not be available through My Health at Vanderbilt; however, should be scanned into your electronic medical record.