Going mobile - my child's eHealth record mobile app

The free my child’s eHealth record app is for Australian healthcare individuals with children under the age of 14 years. It allows parents and Alternative Authorised representatives to access the child’s eHealth record add and view information about the child’s development. After 14 years of age, the child’s records may be accessed via the eHealth website.

This app is not a replacement for your current child health records.

Pre-Requisites:

  • a child eHealth record. You need to register your child at ehealth.gov.au. Do this from a computer (you cannot register from a mobile phone)
  • a myGov account to access the Government’s online services. Use your myGov username and password to access the child’s eHealth record.
If you have previously registered to access your Government online services through australia.gov.au you will need to convert your account to a myGov account and accept the myGov terms and conditions. You can do this by visiting my.gov.au and logging in using your existing australia.gov.au username and password.

The mobile app is available for Android and Apple smartphones, and can be downloaded from Google Play and the Apple App Store using the links below.

Start-up Guides

iPhone

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my child’s eHealth record start-up guide for Apple iOS smartphones
The minimum requirement to run this app on an Apple smartphone is iOS 4.3

Android

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my child’s eHealth record start-up guide for Android smartphones
The minimum requirement to run this app on an Android smartphone is Gingerbread 2.3

Page last updated 03 November, 2013