Advance Medical Directives are legal documents that allow you to give directions about your future medical care, in the event you become unable to communicate your wishes.
This notice describes how your medical information may be used and disclosed, and how you can get access to this information. Please review it carefully.
Complete a Consent for Treatment of a Minor form to make sure a responsible adult has written permission to seek medical care for your child in your absence.
If you'd like a copy of the medical records of a deceased patient, please complete a form and have it notarized.
The federal government established the HIPAA privacy rule in 2000, setting standards for the privacy of individually identified health information. Learn more, and how to access your medical records.
If you're hearing impaired or need language assistance services, help is available free of charge.
CoxHealth and its affiliated covered entities will treat all patients and visitors receiving services from, visiting its facilities/patients or participating in its programs with equality in a safe, welcoming setting that fosters comfort and dignity and is free from all forms of discrimination.
Patient satisfaction is our top priority and we want to hear from you. Please contact us.
By recognizing and respecting the rights of each person and conducting business in an ethical manner, we believe we can improve care, treatment, services, and outcomes.
Patient Portal Forms
Authorization for CoxHealth Express
Activate your CoxHealth Express patient portal account when you can't be present at your provider's office, connect to your child's record, delegate a representative for your account or authorize another party to access your child's record through CoxHealth Express.
CoxHealth Express Notice to Minor Patients to Restrict Access to Certain Medical Information
Minor patients ages 13 and older may restrict access to certain information in their medical record.