Confidentiality and Privacy
We have a responsibility to safeguard the privacy and integrity of your records. Care and treatment you receive is recorded in a healthcare record, which includes the records of your medical and psychological care. Health information about you is personal, and we are committed to protecting the privacy of your information.
No one is authorized to see your medical record without your written authorization if you are over 18 years of age, according to the Confidentiality of Medical Information Act (CMIA). Exceptions to this include: medical emergencies, utilization review, quality assurance activities, court order or subpoena, and licensing and accreditation of the facility. For more information see California Civil Code 56.10.
You are entitled to see and have copies of your medical record. You must present a photo ID in order to review or have copies of your medical record.