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Access to medical records

Article L.111-7 of the French Public Health Code and the Order of 5 March 2004, amended by the Order of 3 January 2007.

Under certain conditions laid down by law, you may have direct access to medical information concerning you. The request must be made in writing and addressed to the Director of the establishment

  • by yourself, or in certain cases, by the following persons
  • the person with parental authority if this concerns you (you then have the possibility of objecting to this request, by writing to the doctor) or by your guardian if this concerns you
  • your beneficiary in the event of your death (in which case the reason for the request must be specified) or by your doctor who has been designated as an intermediary by one of the above persons.

This request must specify the medical service concerned and the dates of hospitalisation. You must enclose a copy of both sides of your valid identity card.

The establishment, via the doctor who treated you, will give you access to this information within 8 days if the medical information is less than 5 years old, or within 2 months if the medical information is more than 5 years old.

You can choose to :

  • Ask for copies of the documents to be sent to you
  • Come and consult the information on site (by appointment), with copies given to you if necessary. You will then be informed of the medical support provided for by law.

To make a request, send an e-mail to:


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