Blanchfield will begin surveying about 14,000 high-risk healthcare beneficiaries through an automated phone survey starting January 7 and into the next several weeks to assess their preference for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

At this time, no appointments are being scheduled for beneficiaries to receive the vaccine.
Beneficiaries will be alerted to when and how they can make appointments once the vaccine is available to them. 

Click here for Frequently asked questions and answers about COVID vaccines for high risk beneficiaries.

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Release of Information Office

The mission of the Release of Information section is to provide accurate, timely, consistent medical information for use in the provision of quality health care while protecting the patient’s need for privacy and confidentiality; to support the needs of patients.

Requesting Records

Did you know? You can access your own medical records through TRICAREOnline! You can view, print or download your own medical records.

To request a copy of your medical records through our office, please fill out the DD 2870 form and choose one of the following options to return it to our office:
1) Fax the DD 2870 form to 270-412-6178 or 270-798-0782
2) Email encrypted only to usarmy.campbell.medcom-bach.list.pad-roi
3) Drop off the
DD 2870 form at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, A Building, 1st Floor, Patient Administration Office - Medical Records 

Active Duty Soldiers assigned to Byrd or LaPointe Soldier-Centered Medical Homes can request medical records by calling or dropping off the DD 2870 form at their respective clinic.

Please allow us up to 30 days to complete your request.

The following record requests can normally be processed same day as a walk-in (also accessible through TRICAREOnline):
  • Laboratory Tests
  • Radiology Tests
  • Most EKGs
  • Immunizations
  • Electronic Pediatric Records
  • Electronic Physician notes

Are you a veteran requesting retired medical records? 

Veterans may request copies of their military medical or dental records through the National Archives at St. Louis at
https://www.archives.gov/st-louis/military-personnel.
 
These records are retired according to the last date of treatment and shipped to the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) in St. Louis, Missouri. If you need a copy of your records, you must request them directly from the NPRC (using a Standard Form 180). When you request medical records from the NPRC, you must provide them with the sponsor's Social Security Number or military number if prior to 1971. Be as specific as you can about the date and location of your last period of treatment. This will aid the NPRC in locating your medical records. The address for the NPRC is as follows

Military:
National Personnel Records Center
9700 Page Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63132
Phone: 314-801-9195
Fax: 314-801-9250
         
Civilian:

National Personnel Record Center 
11 Winnebago Street
St. Louis, MO 63118
Phone: 314-801-9250
Fax: 314-801-9250

 

 

Medical Records

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital
Medical Records
650 Joel Drive
Fort Campbell, KY  42223

270-798-8383
270-956-0338
270-798-8541

Hours: 8 a.m. - 3:45 p.m., Mon. - Wed., & Fri. 
10 a.m. - 3:45 p.m., Thursdays

Soldiers assigned to Byrd Soldier Centered Medical Home
Phone: 270-461-1097
Fax: 270-461-1099

Soldiers assigned to LaPointe Soldier Centered Medical Home
Phone: 270-412-9121
             270-412-9192
Fax: 270-412-9123

 
Don't forget to keep your family's information up-to-date in DEERS.