Fee Schedule

Fee Schedule for Obtaining Medical Records

If your medical record is needed for medical care, your current physician should request the record. The record will be sent to your physician at no charge.

Copying fees are based on the number of pages copied. Federal and Ohio State Law permits charging a fee for records. An invoice for your records will be mailed or faxed to you. Pre-payment is necessary to receive any records. Cash, check or credit card will be accepted. Reports for tests such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), magnetic resonance angiogram (MRA), computed tomography (CT) scans and X-rays are automatically sent to your ordering physician after your hospital visit.

You will need to complete an authorization form in person in the Medical Records Department, online or in your physician's office. Your physician can request your record by faxing a signed request on the office letterhead to Medical Records at 440-743-4059.

Medical record requests that require a prepaid fee include:

  • Attorneys
  • Insurance companies
  • Patient’s own review

Medical record requests for the following are provided at no charge:

  • Bureau of Worker’s Compensation
  • Ohio Department of Job and Family Services
  • Social Security Disability benefits (request must include documentation that verifies the filing of a claim)

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