Health Messaging and eVisit

MyAtriumHealth’s Health Record, Visits, Billing, and Settings sections contain information gathered from various sources and can be used by you to access your health records and to manage medical bills, and schedule healthcare appointments.


Through the TheAtriumHealth portal, you can message your doctor or schedule an eVisit. See the following section for more information about health messaging and eVisit services.

An Overview Of Health Messaging and eVisit Services

Through My Atrium Health Login, you will receive an email notification whenever a provider sends you a new health message. To view new messages directly from your health feed on a web browser or mobile app, click View Message when logged into MyAtriumHealth.

Additionally, you can send a non-urgent message to your doctor’s office through the My Atrium Health Login website. Click Communication, then Health Messages, in the main menu of a web browser or mobile app. You will receive a response in two business days. MyAtriumHealth messages are sent to the nurses in your doctor’s office. These messages may be forwarded to your doctor by the nurse. All messages are recorded in your medical record.


Health Messaging and eVisit are intended to reinforce, not replace, your relationship with your primary care physician. Health Messaging and eVisit communications may become part of your confidential health record.  According to applicable privacy and medical records policies, you have the right to access your medical record.

Through eVisit services, healthcare information about some common medical conditions is easily accessible. Patients of Atrium Health may use the eVisit service only if they are established patients, and eVisit healthcare providers will access your Electronic Health Record to access your treatment history. You should contact your primary care physician if you have any questions, concerns, or complications regarding a treatment recommendation. Any treatment recommended by eVisit should be discussed with your primary care physician.