Health Gateway provides British Columbians with secure access to a single view of their health information. It is accessible by anyone 12 and older with a BC Services Card set up on a mobile device.
Last updated: May 5, 2021
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Currently, Health Gateway gives you access to your COVID-19 and medical information. In the future, it will include access to laboratory test results and diagnostic imaging reports.
Access your COVID-19 test results.
- Get a text or email when your test results are available
- Access test results of children 11 years and younger
Print COVID-19 test results.
- You can print the screen display, or you can download the COVID-19 test result to your device and print the PDF document
Download and print your COVID-19 immunization digital card as proof of your immunization.
- Note: The Health Gateway is not used for COVID-19 immunization registration and booking. Please visit the COVID-19 Immunization Plan for more information on getting immunized.
View dispensed medication information dating back to 1995.
View immunizations from public health and community pharmacies.
View the last seven years of your health visits, consultations and procedures billed to the BC Medical Services Plan.
View the status of your Special Authority drug coverage requests made since March 2021.
Health Gateway is available to anyone 12 and older with a BC Services Card set up on a mobile device.
After registering, parents can choose to access COVID-19 test results for their children 11 years and younger.
- There are several options to access your child's COVID-19 test results. Visit the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) website to pick the option that's best for you.
To register, you need your mobile BC Services Card. It’s a secure way to prove who you are online. If you don't have a mobile BC Services Card, you need to get set up before you can complete the registration process.
Registration has four steps
Step 1: Go to the Health Gateway website
You must have your BC Services Card set up on a mobile device to use the Health Gateway. You can pair your mobile BC Services Card to use the service on your personal computer, laptop or tablet.
Open an internet browser and go to
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Step 2: Log in with your mobile BC Services Card
This service is currently only available to those 12 and older with a BC Services Card.
If this is your first time using your card to log in to an online government service, follow the instructions to get set up.
Step 3: Set up your profile
Health Gateway can send you email or text message notifications when lab test results are available.
Indicate your communication preferences by providing an email address and/or a cell phone number.
Next, accept the terms of service.
You can now access your Health Gateway account.
Step 4: Verify your contact information
You will not receive notifications until your contact information has been verified. Go to the Profile page to verify your contact information.
To verify your phone number, click the “Verify” button. Enter the 6-digit code sent to you via text message.
To verify your email address, open the email sent to you from Health Gateway. Click the link in the email.
Ready to get started?