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About this app

MyCHOP is the online patient health portal for patients and families of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Schedule appointments with your child’s pediatrician, or schedule in-person or video visits with a growing list of pediatric specialists. Use your phone’s camera to attend video visits with your child’s provider. Send messages to your child’s provider and request prescription refills and referrals. You can also access a current list of your child’s medications, immunizations, allergies, physician-released test results, growth charts, as well as a health summary and your account billing summary. Complete history Questionnaires.
Updated on
Apr 25, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Financial info and 8 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

296 reviews
Lauren Hastings
December 11, 2022
When checking in to make an appointment at an urgent care facility, the app indicates you have a place in line (which was 27 minutes). Upon arrival, I learned from front desk that app isn't functional and wait time is actually 2+ hours. The app is NOT working correctly and it is often difficult to make appointments (so this is not a one-time event).
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Jennifer Brock
June 2, 2021
App is helpful for specific issues. But support is TERRIBLE. You can NEVER speak directly to a tech support person. I went around and around when I was trying to get permissions for our special needs daughter because I'm her legal guardian. Also, CHOP provides medical care for some of the sickest kids and most complicated case in the world. We need to be able to talk to a provider rather than just to see test results or to send a message. I realize that's old fashioned. But technology doesn't make everything better when the subjects are human beings trying to cope with difficult and serious health problems. Bigger and efficient is not always better. Institutions need to remember that people are not always best served by just providing information. They require humanity.
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Mary Hehl
May 6, 2024
The chop app is great and always keeps me informed.
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What's new

Miscellaneous fixes and improvements.