Please be advised that Graybill Medical group follows all Federal and State guidelines in regards to the retention and destruction of medical records.

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a Federal law governing the use and release of a patient’s personal health information (also called Protected Health Information, or PHI). Under HIPAA, a healthcare provider must:

  • Inform you of how your PHI will be used
  • Provide the opportunity for you to inspect, amend or restrict the use of your PHI.
  • Accommodate reasonable requests for confidential communication.
  • Provide you with a paper copy of your PHI
  • Provide you with a paper copy of our Notice of Privacy Practices

Graybill Medical Group works diligently to protect your privacy and comply with State and Federal laws governing the use of your protected health information. For more information on our practices please see our document, Notice of Privacy Practices 0415Aviso de Prácticas de Privacidad 0415. This document includes the telephone number of our Privacy Officer, whom you may contact with any questions or complaints about your health information privacy.

More information governing the confidentiality of your medical information can be found at:

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
California Office of the Attorney General

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