- Patient Administration Division
- Birth Registration
- Deaths & Casualty/Decedent Affairs
- Inpatient Records
- MEB / IDES
- Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC)
- Organ Donations
- Outpatient Records
- Release of Information (ROI)
Patients who wish to obtain copies of their medical records may call (254) 288-8358 or (254) 288-8359. Please visit the Release of Information - Medical Records web page for more information.
Medical records are the property of U.S. Government and cannot be removed from the maintenance facilities without authorization. Everyone over the age of 10, to include Soldiers in uniform, must show identification card when requesting services relating to medical records.
No adults can access other adults’ medical records without proper authorization and identification cards issued by the Department of Defense or valid DEERS enrollment. Soldiers, regardless of age, and children over 18 are considered adults.
There are 8 major medical records maintenance facilities located within fort Hood proper. They are:
- Outpatient Records (main hospital) - (254) 288-8160/61
- Bennett Clinic - (254) 618-8117
- Medical Boards Section - (254) 553-4669
- Monroe Clinic - (254) 618-8811
- Moore Clinic - (254) 285-6352
- Pediatric Clinic - (254) 286-7643
- West Fort Hood Clinic - (254) 288-3362/2636
- TMC 12 - (254) 618-8657
We recommend you maintain medical records at your PRIME enrollment sites. Non-enrollees’ records are maintained at the Outpatient Records, main hospital.
The Outpatient Records at the main hospital is open 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The section is closed on weekends and Federal holidays. Please contact individual clinics listed above for the specific hours of operation.
Inactive records are retired to long term maintenance facility after two full years. However, if you are still residing in this area and would like to have your records held back, please contact records personnel where you maintain records.
The OMRB verifies eligibility requirements for treatment at Military Treatment Facilities (MTF). When needed, OMRB will issue an eligibility statement in lieu of non-availability of identification card or questionable DEERS enrollment.
To request copies of medical records that are no longer held at Darnall, see Disposition and Retrieval of Inactive Records.
page last modified on: 5/7/2013