The information contained in your medical record allows medical providers to determine your medical history and provide informed care. Your medical record serves as the central repository for planning patient care and documenting communication between you, your medical providers, and the other professionals that are involved in the your care. If you have additional questions after reading the information below, the Medical Records Department at Logan County Health Services can help you.
Requesting Your Record:
You can obtain a form from our receptionist staff at our facility.
You can request records from our medical records department in several different ways:
- Mail the completed form.
- Fax the completed form.
- Call the new Logan County Health Services Medical Records department.
Medical Records Hours:
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00PM
- Records will be sent directly to other medical providers or facilities to provide for continuity of care at no cost.
- If you wish to have your records for personal use or to hand carry, there is a fee. You may request your records be provided in paper.
- For records that are requested for legal, insurance, or other purposes, the fees are set according to KSA 65-4971 (b) legal limits.
Legally, we are required to process your medical records within 30 days of your release being submitted; however, Logan County Health Services will strive to process the copies of your medical records as soon as possible. Generally, records can be processed on the same day as the request.