Get Your MetroHealth System Medical Records in a Flash

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How to Get Your MetroHealth System Medical Records in a Flash

Are you located in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area and MetroHealth System is considered one of the top 100 hospitals in the U.S. and its facilities include far more than just hospital and emergency room services.

To provide the citizens of this area with the very best in medical care and the latest medical technologies, MetroHealth System also continues to improve every aspect of medical care. This includes their ability to maintain and deliver accurate medical records from one of the nation's largest healthcare providers.

Let's look at how you can get your medical records from MetroHealth System in two ways.

By yourself, and by from DoNotPay.

MetroHealth System is Way More Than Just a Hospital

Founded in 1837, MetroHealth System now operates four hospitals, four emergency departments, more than 20 medical facilities, and 40 additional medical sites throughout Cuyahoga County, Ohio.

This mega healthcare system is home to over 600 doctors, more than 1700 nurses, and over 7800 employees that go to work every day to provide the residents of Cuyahoga County with the best medical care available whether they can afford to pay or not!

MetroHealth is the only adult and pediatric trauma and burns center in the state of Ohio. The MetroHealth Glick Center is a new 11-story hospital currently under construction at the MetroHealth Campus in Cleveland.

MetroHealth System launched the Institute for H.O.P.E.(Health, Opportunity, Partnership, Empowerment) a program that takes a collaborative and coordinated effort to improve a patient's life in areas other than medical care, such as healthy food, stable housing, and job training.

MetroHealth System stands by its ability to serve these areas of the community;

  • Quality Healthcare
  • Affordable Housing
  • A Cleaner Environment
  • Economic Opportunity
  • Access to Fresh Food
  • Convenient Transportation
  • Help and Other Services

The ultimate goal for MetroHealth System is to be just as good at preventing disease as it is in treating disease!

MetroHealth System Medical Record Request

As you can see, MetroHealth is way more than just a hospital. MetroHealth and its additional agencies must maintain an elaborate database of information for every additional support service provided.

So, how does a multi-faceted enterprise like MetroHealth System support and manage a database for your medical records?

A third party that specializes in handling medical records that are called MyChart.

MyChart and Your MetroHealth System Medical Records

MyChart is a third-party vendor that supplies an online portal that many major hospitals and healthcare providers have partnered with to give you the tools to manage and access all of your MetroHealth System medical records.

From the MyChart/MetroHealth login/sign-up page you can see how much of your MetroHealth System Medical Records you can access.

Medical records and test results plus;

  • Ability to monitor every aspect of your medical care
  • One place to see your medical records, diagnosis, medications, immunizations, and most lab results
  • Update and maintain your allergic drug warnings
  • Request appointments/view appointments already set
  • View prescriptions
  • View medical services and post-hospitalization instructions
  • Provide any proxy information if you would like someone else to be able to see your medical records
  • Receive information about upcoming research you might be interested in taking part of

MyChart requests that users be at least 13 years old.

There are several other benefits for using MyChart such as the ability for you to directly view doctor's notes and orders as soon as they are posted to your medical history page in the MyChart system.

When you find the specific medical record you are looking for, you can then download that record to your computer or smartphone and print it at your convenience.

MetroHealth System Medical Records Through Email, Regular Mail, and Fax

If you are not the most computer-savvy person in your household, relax, MetroHealth can still provide you with medical records through the regular channels. If you would like to receive your MetroHealth medical records in email form, regular mail, or faxed to a certain location you can still access your records in those ways.

No matter what form you need your medical records to be delivered to you, the initial quest for your MetroHealth medical records begins with downloading and completing the medical request form.

EmailIf you would like, just leave the request form in PDF format on your computer and email the completed form as an attachment to;

Regular Mail USPSThe MetroHealth System

Health Information Management Release of Information Form G-108

2500 MetroHealth Drive

Cleveland, Ohio 44109

Fax 216-778-2114
Phone 216-778-4252

If your request is for lab results only, please review the instructions on the MyChart login page or contact your physician.

Too Many Ways to Make a Mistake

Technology is a great thing. Thanks to the internet and the ways that you can access your medical records right now is a classic example of how computers and the hardware and software they operate from have made our lives easier.

But with all the information that you could potentially access through MyChart, email, regular mail, and fax there are too many avenues for mistakes to be made, and you can end up with a time-consuming and frustrating mess!

Cut through all of those options and get your MetroHealth System Medical Records the fast and easy way by using DoNotPay!

How to Use DoNotPay to Get Your MetroHealth Medical Records

DoNotPay was designed to make things like your search for MetroHealth medical records fast and easy! Even if you have never used DoNotPay, the genius lies in its simplicity!

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.

Go and do something you enjoy and leave this MetroHealth medical record request to us!

Wow! What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

Getting your is only a small part of the DoNotPay toolbox!

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