The Fast and Easy Way to Get Your Danbury Hospital Medical Records

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All About Accessing Your Danbury Hospital Medical Records

Trying to access your medical records can be challenging. Just about every clinic and health care provider has its way of retrieving medical records. Many patients are left frustrated when trying to access .

Luckily, DoNotPay created a product to simplify accessing records from Danbury Hospital. Or, if you prefer to get your medical records on your own, you can follow our guide below.

Why Might I Need Medical Records From Danbury Hospital?

Here are the reasons why you might need your :

  • HIPAA - All medical records are required to be kept private under HIPAA laws (the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.) HIPAA is great for keeping your records private, but it can create hurdles when your medical providers need to exchange information.
  • Seeing a new specialist - If you are planning to receive treatment or care from a specialist outside of Danbury Hospital, the provider will most likely need access to your medical history to provide the best care.
  • Entering an assisted living facility - Assisted living facilities and nursing homes will want to know the medical history of all residents.
  • Keeping your family informed - Many health conditions are at least partially genetic. Providing your medical records with your children can help keep them healthy.
  • Changing Doctors - If you plan on seeing a new doctor outside of the Danbury Hospital, you will want to have your medical records transferred to them for the best possible care.

How to Request Medical Records From Danbury Hospital

Patient Portal

  1. All of Danbury Hospital's records are managed through the patient portal named MyNovant Health.
  2. Specifically, Danbury Hospital uses MyNuvance Health/Blue, formerly known as BeWell.
  3. You may also access records from the MyNovant Health/Blue portal and the iPhone app called Health Records.
  4. If you have any problems accessing your medical records from the portal, you can complete an online help request form. Alternatively, you can call the Danbury Hospital Record Department directly at (203) 739-7218. They are available Monday to Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.


  1. If needed, records can also be requested by fax.
  2. All requests will need to have a completed Release of Authorization Form.
  3. Fax the form and all details of the request to (203) 749-9000.


  1. Records can also be retrieved or transferred via email.
  2. Email requests must include a completed Release of Authorization Form.
  3. Email the completed form along with any other necessary details.

Can I Correct an Error on My Danbury Hospital Medical Records?

Sometimes, doctors make mistakes too. Fortunately, Danbury Hospital has a system in place to correct any errors on your medical record. Follow these steps to correct any errors:

  1. Complete the Patient Request to Amend Health Information form.
  2. You can fax the completed form to (203) 749-9000.
  3. You may also mail the completed form to:

Danbury Hospital

Health Information Services Department

24 Hospital Avenue, Danbury, CT 06810

Does Danbury Hospital Charge for Medical Records Transfers?

  • There is no charge if the records are going straight to a doctor or treatment center.
  • For all other records requested, there is a fee of $0.12 per page.

Can I Access Medical Records From a Deceased Patient at Danbury Medical Hospital?

Yes, but the requester must be next of kin, executor of the estate of the deceased patient, or a court-appointed administrator. Follow these steps to obtain the medical records of a deceased patient:

  1. Complete the Records for Deceased Patient form.
  2. All requests must include proof of identity documents from the person requesting the record.
  3. Spouses and next of kin will need to provide a copy of the death certificate.
  4. All paperwork can be emailed or faxed to (203) 749-9000.
  5. For questions, call the Danbury Hospital Records department at (203) 739-7218. They are available Monday to Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Common Challenges When Transferring Medical Records With Danbury Hospital

  • Peculiar situations can make accessing records from Danbury Hospital incredibly difficult.
  • Danbury Hospital offers little information on how to best navigate the MyNovant Health/Blue portal.
  • DoNotPay is here to help.

How to Transfer Medical Records With DoNotPay

We know how difficult it can be when trying to work with medical bureaucracies. Because of that, DoNotPay created a simplified tool to access medical regards. Follow these easy steps to get started:

  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.

Hit submit and that's it! We'll work with the hospital to get the records where they need to be.

DoNotPay Can Do Much More Than Just Accessing Medical Records From Danbury Hospital

Aside from Danbury Hospital medical records, we can also assist you with the following inquiries:

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