Medical Records FAQ


Medical Records FAQ

Thanks for checking our website! Here are some answers to our most common Frequently Asked Questions about Medical Records.

If you have a question that is not addressed here, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you!

Do you charge for medical records? 

We do not charge patients for specific records!

However, if a signed release comes from an insurance company, a lawyer, or the disability office, we do charge those entities for your records. That charge is billed directly to the respective company, so that there is no expense to our patients.

IF someone wanted their entire record, the charge would be $5.00, plus $1.00 per page for the first 25 pages, then $0.50 for each page thereafter.

How long does it take for my records request to be processed? 

Legally, we have 30 days to process our medical records requests; however, it usually only takes our office staff 10 days or less. Please call and ask to speak with our medical records staff person if you need something arranged for a rush request and we are happy to accommodate.

How do I get my medical records? 

Please call our office to have a records release form sent or faxed to you.

Once you sign that form, we will fax or mail your medical records to the address indicated.


Special Care for Women
731 Leighton Avenue, Suite 401
Anniston, AL 36207
Phone: 256-474-7944
Fax: 256-782-2904

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