Medical Record Requests
How do I request personal medical records for myself or someone else?
Who is this for?
If you need access to medical information, whether it’s your own or someone else’s, living or deceased, these FAQs explain how you can request it.
How do I get someone else’s records?
First, you need to get permission to view the records from the individual whose information is included in the records. Before releasing these records to you, we will need to verify your identity and the source of your legal authority to receive them.
If you’re the patient’s personal representative, you’ll need to show proof and fill out the Request for Release of Patient’s Medical Information form and then email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A patient or personal representative can also give you permission to get their records. They should fill out the Patient Consent for Release of Medical Information form.
Where do I get my own records?
Download, complete and then email the Patient Consent for Release of Protected Health Information form to email@example.com to get your personal health records.