UNC Health Care System
Medical records for patients in the UNC Health Care System are maintained by the Medical Information Management department. For Information about your medical record, please read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) or call (919) 966-2336. If you would like to request a copy of information in a medical record, please FAX a completed authorization form to (919) 966-6295.
UNC HealthLink is a free service of UNC Health Care. HealthLink provides quick, easy access to the resources and expertise of our doctors and staff. If you are looking for information about UNC services and clinics for youself or your family, HealthLink is available 24 hours/day to answer your questions.
Our Partners in Health Information
A weekly one-hour radio talk show, co-hosted by UNC Family Medicine physicians Dr. Cristy Page and Dr. Adam Goldstein. Librarians from the Health Sciences Library provide links on the blog to more information about topics discussed on the show.
Links to web sites of quality health information in English & Spanish. Features Go Local to help you find health care providers, programs, and facilities serving your community. Brought to you by UNC's Health Sciences Library, assisted by librarians from across the state who evaluate and select its content.
Health & Wellness Information Center is created and maintained by NC LIVE, a statewide online library service. Available to all North Carolinians. Contact your local library for free access to NC LIVE resources.
Empowering with Knowledge
Informed Patient Guide (NC Health Info)
Learn about evaluating health information, electronic health records, Patient's Bill of Rights, talking with your doctor, and more.
AHRQ - Consumers & Patients
Provides the latest evidence-based information on staying healthy, quality care, patient safety and more.
Medical Dictionary (MedlinePlus)
Not sure what a medical word means? Or what an abbreviation stands for? Look it up here!
Your Health Insurance
Open Enrollment is Over for 2014
If you don't have health insurance, and you missed the deadline for enrollment (March 31, 2014) find out what other options you might have at the federal government's web site HealthCare.gov
If you did sign up for health insurance, and you have a policy, here is more information about how to use it!
Having an Insurance policy helps you stay healthy in more ways than one. Now you don't have to wait to go to a doctor until you get seriously ill. Preventive Care is what your doctor can do to help you from getting sick. It's covered by most health insurance policies at no charge to you!
Insurance policies, like taxes, can be confusing, especially if you've never been insured before. Use the glossary at healthcare.gov, to see what they mean when they refer to deductibles, out-of-pocket maximums, copayments, and other unfamiliar words or phrases.
Health Topics -Recommended Sources
Ask a Health Sciences Librarian
Librarians at UNC's Health Sciences Library can help you find the health information you need!
Call, drop by, or send us an email
Telephone: (919) 962-0800
Text/SMS: (919) 584-5931
The UNC Health Sciences Library offers health information services with the understanding that they not be interpreted as medical or professional advice. All medical information needs to be carefully reviewed with your health care provider.