The Complete Guide to Get ORMC Medical Records

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How to Get ORMC Medical Records With Zero Hassle Using DoNotPay

The HIPAA or Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act gives you the right to access your health records. People need their health records for many reasons, such as changing doctors or hospitals or providing documents to their families when making emergency plans. Getting can be quite a hassle. You can use DoNotPay, the AI-powered app, to get the records fast.

What Types of Medical Records Are Restricted From Release?

HIPAA protects your right to restrict your medical records from disclosure or use. Records at the ORMC () may have restrictions for multiple reasons:

  • You have a medical chart where you work, and you would rather keep it private.
  • You may want to keep a procedure or diagnosis away from your insurance payer.
  • You might be a person of interest to the public and like to keep your records away from them.

Today, electronic records make it easier to locate records without digging through dusty files. However, it also means documents are trickier to keep safe because of cybercriminals. ORMC only grants access to a select few personnel to keep the records safe.

Types of restricted medical records at ORMC may include:

  • Alcohol and drug treatment
  • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
  • Sexual, physical, or mental abuse of minors

Parents or guardians of children must sign the authorization and show guardianship proof. Drug and alcohol treatment patients and liberal minors can sign their authorizations. If the patient passes on, the patient's next of kin or representative can sign the consent form.

If the patient passes on elsewhere other than ORMC, you must present proof of death and evidence of your appointment as the estate representative. If the patient cannot sign because of mental or physical disability, the next of kin or appointed guardian (with proof) can indicate the patient's inability to sign.

How to Get Medical Records From ORMC

You can get your ORMC medical records in various ways:

1. Online

ORMC offers you a tool to make online . The tool verifies your identity vias, asking for your driver's license photo. This service is free, and the recommended browsers include Firefox, Safari, and Chrome.

2. Fax

Complete the Patient Request For Protected Health Information and fax it to (321) 843-6411

3. Telephone

Call ORMC at (321) 841-4449 to request authorization for the use or disclosure form. ORMC faxes or mails you the medical records to the fax number or preferred address.

4. Mail

For the Mail to complete authorization for use or disclosure form to:

Orlando Health

Health Information Management

3090 Caruso Ct. Suite 50, MP69

Orlando, FL 32806

5. Email

For Email your medical request to

6. Drop Off

You can drop off the Release Form at any Orlando Health facility such as:
Orlando Health Heart & Vascular Institute1222 South Orange Ave, 1st Floor

Orlando, FL 32806

Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital9400 Turkey Lake Rd

Orlando, FL 32819

Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital521 W. State Road 434, Suite 100

Longwood, FL 32750

Orlando Health Horizon West Hospital17000 Porter Rd.

Winter Garden, FL 34787

Bayfront Health St. Petersburg701 6th Street S.

St. Petersburg, FL 32701

How to get ORMC records:
Fax:(321) 843-6411
Telephone:(321) 841-4449
Mail:Orlando Health

Health Information Management

3090 Caruso Ct. Suite 50, MP69

Orlando, FL 32806
Drop Off:Any ORMC facility

After submitting the authorization, allow up to ten days for ORMC to process the release of the records. If the request is urgent, call: (321) 841-4449 to expedite the record processing.

How to Transfer Medical Records to ORMC

You can request copies of your medical records from your previous healthcare provider. You can ask them to transfer the records to ORMC electronically. The ORMC Release of Information partner, IOD Incorporated, will process the documents. Allow between 5 to 7 working days for the processing of the records. DoNotPay can make things easier by requesting the facility or doctor transfer your records to OMRC.

ORMC is part of the Orlando Health Collaborative Care, which allows them to share information with other hospitals.

In Orlando, doctors or healthcare facilities should, by law, keep your records for up to five years. After that, they can destroy them with no consequences.

Does ORMC Charge for Medical Records?

No. ORMC does not charge for medical records. They do not indicate if they charge to send medical records to third-party facilities on their website.

Get Your Medical Records Using DoNotPay

It's a tedious job obtaining medical records from facilities like ORMC. Hospitals can frustrate you, and waiting for them to process the documents is a headache full of red tape. You should have your medical records as they allow you to take charge and improve your health,

How to request medical records from ORMC using DoNotPay:

DoNotPay is an expert in medical requests and can draft a simple but clear letter to ensure you get your medical records in record 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.

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