The IBS Treatment Center Patient Portal
The portal is a secure website where you can review your information and communicate securely with the IBS Treatment Center. To log in enter your username and password.
The portal is for quick questions that only require a minute or two to answer and issues which are not urgent. If you have an urgent need or more complicated question, please phone our office to schedule an appointment.
To become a patient and get your password simply call to schedule an appointment
Call (206) 264-1111 or if outside the Greater Seattle Area call 1-888-546-6283 ( 1-888-5INNATE )
or send an email to email@example.com
If you need to send us files, please use the file upload tool (powered by File Drop Vault) on our Contact Page.
What if I have and urgent question or situation? If you have an urgent healthcare situation call 911 or your local emergency number immediately. If you have a time-sensitive question or concern, call our office. The portal should not be used for time-sensitive or urgent issues. Our office phone number in Seattle is 206-264-1111 or 1-888-546-6283 (888-5INNATE) and in Santa Monica is 310-319-1500.
How do I get a password? Become a patient by scheduling an appointment. At your first appointment you will be provided with a username and password.
How is the portal message system different than email? The portal message system encrypts the messages through a secure system. Normal email messages are sent across the internet in clear, readable text that can be intercepted and easily read. You should never share private information like your social security number or credit card number in a regular email message.
Can I schedule an appointment through the portal? You can request an appointment through the portal. If the time you requested is available it may be assigned to you. However, it is almost always easier to call the office so you can get immediate feedback on availability.
I had my last appointment and I am not sure what to do now. Any help? Sure! We want to make sure you get well and stay that way. You are always welcome to call our office or send a portal message with any questions you have.