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It seems like you are trying to access Patient Portal using Browser.
You will be happy to know that Patient Portal works seamlessly with Google Chrome.
Do you want to downloadGoogle Chromenow?
You can even make Google Chrome as your default browser.Do you want to make Chrome your default browser?
If you want to see the step-by-step process to downloadGoogle Chrome, click on the Download PDF button.
Still if you don’t want to use Google Chrome and continue with at the moment
When you open Patient Portal in Incognito mode, third-party websites cannot access data if the cookies are blocked. You will need to allow cookies to work seamlessly with portal.
It seems that the cookies are blocked on your system. If you want to know the step-by-step process to learn how to allow cookies...
Step 1 - Click on the System Preferences icon
Step 2 - Click on the General button
Step 3 - In Default web browser section, select Google Chrome option
Step 1 - Click on the Settings icon
Step 2 - Click on the Apps button
Step 3 - Click on the Default apps option
Step 4 - Click in the Web browser section
Step 5 - Select Google Chrome option
Step 1 - Tap on the Settings icon
Step 2 - Tap on the Chrome option
Step 3 - Tap on the Default Browser App option
Step 4 - Make selection for the Chrome option
Step 1 - Type chrome.com in address bar
Step 2 - Click on the Download Chrome button
Step 2 - Tap on the Download Chrome button
Step 3 - Tap on the GET button
Step 1 - Click on the More options from top right and select New Incongnito Window
Step 2 - Locate the Block third-party cookies switch is ON (appears in blue when ON)
Step 3 - Click on the switch to set it OFF (appears in white when OFF)
Step 3 - In Allow Cross-Website Tracking, switch is OFF (appears in white when OFF)
Step 4 - Tap on the switch to allow cookies (appears in green when ON)