Ensuring your medical privacy is a top priority at Alaska Regional Hospital. We want the right people to get information necessary for your care, and make your access to information as convenient as possible.
Your medical record contains documentation by all physicians and healthcare providers involved in your care and treatment while you were here at Alaska Regional Hospital. It contains the results of diagnostic tests and therapeutic procedures performed, as well as information about your medical history, and your condition and progress during your hospitalization.>
Looking to Obtain a Copy of Your Medical Records?
Paper Copy of Medical Records:
Federal HIPAA laws require an authorization to be completed for all medical record requests, unless your provider is requesting them for your care. Your medical record, and the information it contains, is confidential. Therefore, we must confirm your identity before releasing your medical record. Only the patient or his/her legal guardian can sign the form. You can download the authorization form below:
Release of Information Form:
To obtain your medical record, please bring all of the documents listed below to the Medical Records Office. Copies of test results or other basic documents from recent hospital stays can usually be provided at this time.
The Medical Records Department is located on the first floor of the hospital in MOB A. The information desk can also direct you to the Medical Records office.
Our hours of operation are Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 5:00pm.
- Authorization for Use and Disclosure of PHI Form Completed and signed
- A current government issued photo ID (passport, driver’s license, State ID, or military ID)
- Power of attorney for healthcare paperwork if the patients POA is requesting records.
f your request is for a complete medical record visit, or for multiple and extensive stays, it may take up to 30 days to reproduce the records.
If you have additional questions, you may call our Release of Information specialists at (907) 264-2326.
Read more about our responsibilities and your rights for privacy.