Having access to your information is vital for your care to be collaborative and comprehensive. We make sure you and your family are always kept informed and that your private information remains safe and secure.
We are required to maintain a complete record of your medical history, current condition, treatment plan and all diagnosis and treatment given, including test results, procedures and therapies. Whether this information is stored in writing, on a computer or other means, we will keep this information in a safe and secure way that protects your privacy and confidentiality.
Protecting Your Privacy
Access to your medical records will only be granted to the physicians and health care professionals involved in providing you with the best possible care.
Medical Record Request Forms
You can access your complete medical records by downloading a release authorization form for the hospital that provides your care. You can then print and sign the completed form and return to the fax number or address specified in the form.
- Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston
- Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Cape Cod
- Spaulding Hospital for Continuing Medical Care Cambridge
- Spaulding Nursing and Therapy Center Brighton
Spaulding Hospital for Continuing Medical Care North Shore closed on July 31, 2015. For information about Medical Records, please call (617) 952-6900.
More Information on Obtaining Medical Records
Faxing the form to us is the fastest and easiest way to obtain copies of your records. However, you may also request a copy of your records by sending a completed and signed printout of the medical information release authorization form to the address on the authorization form. If the patient is a minor or unable to give consent, the signature of a parent, guardian or other legal representative is required.
Additional authorization may also be required for the release of specifically protected or privileged information. Certain information can take up to 30 days for processing. Contact the Release of Information representative at the number listed on the authorization form with questions about specific requests.
To request medical records of a deceased patient, the request must be accompanied by authorization from the executor of the estate. Please include a copy of the executor paperwork with the authorization. Please note: a fee may be associated with a medical record request.