Primary Care Records

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1. MEDICAL RECORDS SHOULD COME DIRECTLY TO ME FROM THE PROVIDER, NOT THROUGH THE PILOT

Safety assessments consider the validity of records through a chain of custody procedure. If the file comes through an non-medical intermediary, the file hypothetically could altered and this limits its usefulness.

Some medical records systems allow the client to print medical records at home. Not only would this break the chain of custody, most states do not allow a client to access mental health records without approval from the clinic.

Legal records can come directly from the pilot.

2. WHERE DOES THE CLINIC SEND RECORDS?

Aviation Psychiatry, LLC
Gregory L. Kirk, MD
2036 East 17th Avenue
Denver, Colorado, 80206

Emailed records should be to sent to

gregkirk@avipsy-secure.org

3. YOU SHOULD REQUEST THE ENTIRE FILE, NOT A TYPE- OR DATE-LIMITED SUBSET

Requesting the entire records ensures that no critical component of the safety assessment has been overlooked or ignored.

You should request the complete record of care, which includes ALL notes of these types:

  • All progress notes from your physician, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant
  • All nursing, triage, and telephone notes
  • Complete prescribing record
  • All laboratory testing
  • Notes that include any and all information about the use of drugs or alcohol

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