The law entitles you to copies of your medical records. To obtain your records, you will need to submit a written request to the facility where you were treated and/or to the doctor who treated you. When you submit your request, be sure to include your name (spelled correctly); your date of birth; any patient numbers assigned to you; and your Social Security number. Your medical records may not all be consolidated and it may be necessary to contact each service provider individually. You may also be charged a small fee to obtain copies of your records.

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