Requests for Medical Records
UPMC is committed to protecting the privacy of your medical information. To safeguard your privacy, you must complete and sign a form before records can be sent. On the form, you indicate what records are to be released and where they are to be sent.
For All Other Patients and Providers
(Including Highmark-insured patients who are not transitioning away from UPMC)
Electronic Health Records
UPMC has now implemented an electronic health record at all of its
hospitals. To find out if your health information is eligible for
electronic release on CD, consult the updated Records Charging Structure. Electronic release is convenient and helps reduce cost. If you are interested, complete the Authorization for Release of Protected Health Information form and forward to the appropriate hospital.
Pennsylvania has established the fees that hospitals and health care providers may charge for paper medical records. The fee schedule gives
a general idea of how much you will be charged. When you send your
request for records, you will receive an invoice that tells the exact
To get records from a doctor’s office, contact that office.
To get hospital records, select the hospital:
For Highmark Patients and Providers
To request copies of medical record for transition of care from UPMC to Allegheny Health Network, please view and download the following two forms:
The completed authorization form can be sent to UPMC for processing these ways:
Mail: PSD Health Information Mgt Department
3600 Meyran Avenue, Suite 9029
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
- If you would like to have a form mailed/faxed to you, please call 412-864-2680.
- For urgent patient care requests requiring immediate attention, please call 412-864-2680.
- To inquire about the status of a submitted request, please call 1-866-425-0174.
Medical Record Amendment
Every UPMC patient has the opportunity to request an amendment to their health information. If you would like to amend your record, please complete the Patient Amendment to Protected Health Information form and mail it to the appropriate medical records department. Please be advised, your physician may be consulted, and UPMC has the option of denying the request if your record is deemed accurate and complete. The process may take up to 60 days.