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Gila Regional Medical Center

1313 E 32nd Street
Silver City, New Mexico 88061

Phone: (575) 538-4000

Medical Records Request

Gila Regional's Medical Records or Health Information Management (HIM) department employs transcriptionists, coders, scanners and medical records file clerks to transcribe, code and file patient "history and physical" notes, progress notes, radiology notes, operative notes, and discharge notes, and place them in patient files.

Business Hours
Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Gila Regional Medical Center, 1st Floor, next to Infusion Services.
FAX 575-538-4114

How To Get Copies
If you need a copy of your medical records, or some portion of them, you need to come in person to the Medical Records / HIM Office on the first floor of Gila Regional Medical Center, and sign a release.

  • Bring a picture ID with you
  • Allow about 15 minutes for the materials you have requested to be found and copied.

Patients who are homebound may send a written note signed by the patient and a witness, in order to enable someone other than the patient to pick up the patient's medical records.

Physicians and other healthcare providers who call for patient records in order to ensure continuum of care are automatically faxed or e-mailed a copy of the requested materials.

For Your Baby
When your baby is born at Gila Regional Medical Center you will be provided the paperwork for registering your baby's name and an application for a social security number. Get a head start by downloading a form and bringing it filled out with you to the hospital!

Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative -- Hold Me Close!Gila Regional is working to be part of a program happening all over the world called the

Baby-Friendly Health Initiative

A Baby-Friendly(TM) Hospital does all it can to help you:

-- to start and keep on breastfeeding your baby

-- to safely make and feed your baby formula, if you cannot breastfeed

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