590-5204 (Outpatient Records)
Below is our letter explaining how to request a copy of your medical records:
If you are within three years of being treated as an outpatient, then your outpatient medical record should be kept at the Medical Center where your Primary Care Manager (PCM) is located. If your PCM is located in LRMC, then your outpatient record should be maintained at the LRMC Outpatient Records Room.
For more information on locating your medical records or starting a medical record, call LRMC Outpatient Records Room at DSN 314-486-8047/8475 or Commercial 011-49-6371-86-8047/8475.
After three years, outpatient medical records are no longer kept at LRMC or the Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) where your PCM was located. They are retired to either the National Personnel Records Center or Veterans Affairs, depending on your time in service. For assistance in obtaining retired records, go to http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/medical-records.html for an explanation of where your outpatient medical records are located and how to obtain a copy.
If you are within three years of being treated as an inpatient, information on your Inpatient Medical Records can be obtained from the MTF you were admitted to. They can provide you copies of your inpatient medical records. For LRMC patients, call DSN 314-486-8822 or Commercial 011-49-6371-86-8822.
After three years, inpatient medical records are no longer kept at LRMC. They are retired to the National Personnel Records Center. To request assistance in obtaining inpatient hospital records, go to http://www.archives.gov/st-louis/military-personnel/public/active-duty-medical-records.html where under "Clinical Records Holdings" are instructions for requesting your inpatient military medical records while on active duty.
Below are instructions for the three options for making a request to the LRMC Inpatient Medical Records Office. Please include email address with "ALL" request, the records will be uploaded to the SAFE SITE. There you can securely download them:
1. Send an encrypted e-mail with a completed DD Form 2870 (http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/forms/eforms/dd2870.pdf) and a copy (front and back) of the requestor's ID (it can't be a DOD ID Card) to:
2. Mail a completed DD Form 2870 (http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/forms/eforms/dd2870.pdf) and a copy (front and back) of the requestor's ID (it can't be a DOD ID Card) to:
(For APO mailing address)
APO AE 09180-0402
(For German mailing address)
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
Upon receipt of any of the above two, we will send via e-mail the acknowledgement and begin the processing. Normal processing at this time is 30 working days.