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Medical Records

Learn about medical records and how to request yours below.

What is a Medical Record?

The medical record is a permanent document of the history and progress of every patient's medical care. The record is a compilation of observations and findings recorded by the patient's physician and members of the hospital health care staff. The entries and reports originate at various points in the hospital. Records are used for continuity of patient care, to verify insurance claims for medical care rendered, and as a legal/business document outlining the course of a patient's medical care.

Request for a Medical Record

If you need access to your medical records, please call us at (805) 988-2500 Ext. 2853 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., or you may send a letter to the address below.  

Health Information Management/ Medical Records
St. John's Regional Medical Center
1600 North Rose Avenue - Garden Level
Oxnard, CA 93030