How to Access Beaumont Medical Records

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How to Get My Beaumont Medical Records

Beaumont Health is the largest health care system in the state of Michigan with eight hospitals, 155 outpatient clinics, and over 30,000 employees. They have hospitals in the following cities:

  1. Dearborn
  2. Farmington Hills
  3. Grosse Pointe
  4. Royal Oak
  5. Taylor
  6. Troy
  7. Wayne
  8. Trenton

If you have been a patient at Beaumont Health and you need access to your , you may find it challenging to get the answers to your questions. To get copies of your Beaumont medical records, you will have to contact the records department at the location where treatment was administered. Each location has its own form to file. You are able to view your records of tests, blood work, procedures, appointments, etc., online, accessing the information through the patient portal. Filling out forms, sitting on hold, taking authorization letters to the post office can be time-consuming and frustrating.

DoNotPay has a product that helps you get your medical records quickly and easily and only takes a few minutes. Answer a few questions, and we will request your information for you without the stress and wasted time. Our Request Medical Records works with most health care providers. Just tell us who we need to contact, and we will get started. Need records from Kaiser or Mercy? We can do that. We can get your records from Baptist or even Cleveland Clinic. Just follow the three simple steps, and you can kick back and wait for your records to arrive.

What is HIPAA?

You may have heard of HIPAA at your doctor's office but are unsure of what it is. The acronym stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. The federal mandates (45 CFR § 164.524) generally protect you in two ways:

  • Your health care history, treatments, diagnoses, etc. are kept private and will not be shared with anyone unless written approval is given by the patient, the patient's guardian, or someone the patient has designated to receive the information.
  • As a patient, you have the right to all of your medical information.

Why Would I Need Copies of My Medical Records?

There are many reasons that you may need copies of your medical records. Some of the most common are:

  • Your doctor is retiring, or you are changing doctors.
  • You moved out of state and need to get your records transferred.
  • You are seeing a specialist who does not have access to your records.
  • You are compiling a medical history for your family

How Can I Get Copies of My Beaumont Medical Records on My Own?

If you were a patient at any of the Beaumont Health Medical Facilities, you could request copies of your records by visiting the medical record pick-up window at any of the eight hospitals, or you can mail or fax your request. Each hospital has its own mailing address and fax number, which you can find on its website. You should provide the form that can be found at the site.

Information required on the Authorization for the Release of Health Information for Beaumont Health needs to sign and date the form, also include:

Personal information
  • Name
  • Last four digits of your Social Security number
  • Address
  • Date of birth
  • Email address
  • Phone number
Specific information to be released.
  • Date range for specific treatment or
  • All medical treatment for a specified range
Where you want the information sentYou will need to provide the address, email address, or fax number where you want your records sent to.
The facilityWhere you received cares
The reasonWhy you are requesting records

Once the form is complete, you may visit the medical record pick-up window in our hospitals or mail or fax your request. If you have questions when filling out the form, call the number on the website to get help or to get answers to your questions.

How Can DoNotPay Make Getting My Beaumont Medical Records Easier?

If it seems like there are a lot of steps to getting your , and you don't have the time for all that, DoNotPay can help. DoNotPay has a new Request Medical Records product that makes getting your records quick and easy. No standing in line waiting on hold or running to the post office. DoNotPay makes it easy to get your Beaumont medical records in just three simple steps.

How to request medical records using DoNotPay:

DoNotPay has seen these requests before and knows how to write your health care provider a simple, clear, and effective letter that will get your legally-guaranteed health records for you in no time.

  1. Look up medical records on DoNotPay’s website.

  2. Enter the name of the health care provider you’d like to receive medical records from.

  3. Answer a few questions about your provider and where you’d like to send the records.

Easy Peasy. DoNotPay will process and send off your request, and you can just kick back and wait for your records to arrive in just a few weeks. DoNotPay takes the worry and frustration out of getting your medical records. Check out our product today.

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