How to Access Your Northside Hospital Medical Records

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How to Get Your Medical Records From Northside Hospital

Everyone should have a copy of their medical records. For their own personal records, for future medical care providers, and for family in case of emergency, it's important to have a copy of your entire medical history, or as much as you can acquire. Since 1996, you've had the right to request and receive your medical records from current and past medical providers.

In 1996, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act was passed to ensure that patients had a right to their own data. As the name of the act suggests, the purpose is to ensure that you can migrate to new insurance and healthcare providers with your records intact. DoNotPay can help get your without the hassle of precisely filling out each form.

Northside Hospital Medical Records

There are four different Northside Hospitals in Georgia. The good news is that they share a medical records request system and support line.

  • Northside Hospital Atlanta (Atlanta, GA)
  • Northside Hospital Forsyth (Cummings, GA)
  • Northside Hospital Cherokee (Canton, GA)
  • Northside Hospital Gwinnett and Duluth (Lawrenceville, GA)

Why You Need Your Medical Records

You need to have your medical records on-hand for:

  1. Personal records
  • Know your history
  • Avoid duplicate procedures
  • Quick digital reference
  1. Medical emergencies
  • Family providing your medical history after an accident
  1. New doctors and medical providers
  2. New insurance providers

How to Request Medical Records from Northside Hospital

Here are the steps to get your :

  1. Navigate to the Request Medical Records page
  2. Download the Authorization Form for Release of Medical Records and Information PDF
  3. Fill out the form
  4. Mail the form to your nearest hospital records information service.
Northside HospitalMailing Address
AtlantaRelease of Information Health Information Services

Northside Hospital Atlanta

5780 Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE, Suite 150

PO Box 11

Atlanta, Georgia 30342

ForsythRelease of Information Health Information Services

Northside Hospital Forsyth

2000 Howard Farm Drive

Suite T-150

Cumming, GA 30041

CherokeeRelease of Information Health Information Services

Northside Hospital Cherokee

450 Northside Cherokee Boulevard

Canton, GA 30115

Gwinnett and DuluthGwinnett Resource Center

665 Duluth Highway, Suite 101

Lawrenceville, GA 30046

How to Track Your Medical Record Request from Northside Hospital

How do you know if your medical records request is being processed? There are three ways to check the progress of your medical records request and find out if any additional information or authorization is needed to receive your records.

  1. Online. If you receive a tracking code, you can request an ID number to log in and track through ROILog.
  2. Phone. Call MRO at 610-994-7500 to speak with a representative.
  3. Email. Send your request to or

How to Transfer Medical Records to Northside Hospital

To bring your old medical records into Northside Hospital as a new provider, you'll need to acquire your records from your previous doctor or provider. Once this is done, you can submit your new medical records to Northside Hospital records. Consider calling ahead or sending an email so your transfer medical records are received safely.

Does Northside Hospital Charge for Medical Records?

Northside hospital does not appear to charge for the release or transfer of medical records. The medical records help page makes no mention of payment, fees, or assessment of payment in the copy. The request form also includes no mention of pay.

This is good news, as you can receive your medical records without the hassle or cost of a fee. However, there is still the precision and trouble associated with mailing a physical form to request your medical records.

How to Get Your Medical Records from Northside Hospital with DoNotPay

How can DoNotPay help get your medical records if your DIY method doesn't work? It's simple: we're great at paperwork and have a large supply of stamps.

You let us know which hospital you'd like your medical records back from and we'll take care of the tedious part. With your guidance, we'll print out a perfectly designed and filled-out records request form. We'll mail it to the right address and we'll help you keep track of your records status.

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.

DoNotPay Can Help With Medical Records Anywhere in the US

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