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Outpatient Records

Medical records are no longer hand-carried by Soldiers when making a permanent change in duty station. Records will be mailed to the new Military Treatment Facility once the Soldier brings a copy of his/her orders to Outpatient Records. Only Soldiers on recruitment orders, going to a remote location or overseas are authorized to hand-carry records. If family members are 18 years or older, access to their medical information must be authorized through a signed notification with identification, but hand-carried by them only. Hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call (580) 558-2105/2101 for assistance.

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