I would go to the doctors office or hospital that you have visited. They will definitely have what you are looking for. Just tell them that you need it and there shouldnt have any problems
The process I encountered was to sign a release with the Primary Treating Physician (PCP) who was most involved in your care. If you had i.e. Back Surgery, I would approach the Orthopedic Sugeron or Neuro-Surgeon. If you have a PHYSICAL condition, i.e. Heart Attack, Stent, Pulmonary Embolism, Blood Clots, or something of this nature, again the PRIMARY treating physcian is where I would request the Medical Records. In the State of Florida, this is the process. Did you have an attorney who represented you in your fiing for benefits? Was this the first try at Disability? If I may help you further, please feel free to contact me directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org at any time.
I went through this process in 2000, thus qualifying for Medicare 24 months later. Actually, it was an easy process; and being an active Health Care Advocate for Lake County, Florida, I would be glad to share and give you support in any manner I can.
Best to you and better health.
meetze94 aka distantwings
You go to your hospital or your Dr. office and ask for a copy of your medical records they have to give you a copy. I think if you ask for another copy they can charge you for the paper it is like a ten dollar fee. but, you should not have any problems getting them.
I think you should go to the doctors office or the hospital and ask for your medical records.
Electronic Medical Records
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