For Medical Professionals

Checklist of Needed Medical Records

Below is the checklist for medical records we will need prior to the patient's first visit. Please find the diagnosis that best matches that of your patient. Providing all the appropriate records in a timely manner will help expedite all processes, making access to care quicker.

 Oncology Visit*:

  • DIAGNOSIS
  • Referring physician notes, initial consult, operation notes, procedure notes, any hospital records and a copy of the patient’s current medications
  • All radiology reports (chest x-rays, CT, MRI, PET, mammograms, bone scans, EKG, venous doppler, ultrasounds)
  • Most recent lab work (last 3 visits)
  • Pathology reports (needle biopsy, ER/PR, Her2Neu)
  • Tumor Markers, if feasible, to assist with staging and treatment plan

GYN Patients*: Additional Information Needed for GYN Patients

  • PAP
  • Ultrasound
  • If patient is already diagnosed,
  • Pathology Reports
  • Radiology Reports
  • Labs

Hematology Visit*:

  • DIAGNOSIS
  • Referring physician notes, initial consult, operation notes, procedure notes, any hospital records and a copy of the patient’s current medications
  • All radiology reports (chest x-rays, CT, MRI, PET, mammograms, bone scans, EKG, venous doppler, ultrasounds)
  • All lab work (CBC’s - previous 5 years, all others - 2 year history)
  • Pathology reports (needle biopsy, ER/PR, Her2Neu)

*Tri-Care patients must bring their medical records a week (five days) before first visit.

If you have questions, please contact our office:

  • Southside (757 466-8683
  • Peninsula 757-873-9400

Select Option “0” to speak with a medical records representative.

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