MyChart Enhancements

OrthoVirginia’s MyChart received an update! As of September 1, 2022, all patients have access to the following exciting upgrades to make MyChart more convenient and easier to use.

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eCheck-In for Everyone

Reduce the time spent at our office by checking in at home! Now you can easily use the streamlined eCheck-In system, even if you don’t have a MyChart account. eCheck-In is available for all patients with an email or cell phone number on file.

Seven days before your scheduled appointment, you’ll receive a link to eCheck-In for your appointment. You can answer questionnaires and pay your copay from the comfort of your own home, using the computer or phone you’re used to.

Follow the instructions in this video to complete eCheck-In.

Contact Free Appointment Arrival

If you use the MyChart mobile app on your phone, you can use location settings to let us know you’ve arrived at the office so you can limit your in-person interactions.

To turn on location-based arrival, log into the MyChart app and go to account settings from the menu. Turn on the Appointment Arrival setting, and tap “here” to grant the permissions.

If you have checked in using eCheck-In, when you arrive at OrthoVirginia a notification appears on your phone. Tap the notification and log into MyChart to let us know you’ve arrived. You can take a seat and don’t have to stop by the front desk.

Follow the instructions in this video to turn on location based arrival.

Secure Your MyChart Account with Two-Step Verification

Two-step verification involves a password plus a code from a text message or email address to make sure that information is secure.

Two-step verification is enabled by default. We recommend keeping it on, since it adds an extra layer of protection to your data.

If you would like to turn two-step verification off, please follow these instructions.


e-Signatures are here! You may be asked to electronically sign a document using your MyChart account. If you do not have a MyChart account, you will enter personal information to verify your identity before you can sign the document.