I need documentation of my medical history

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How to request clinical documentation?

You can request clinical documentation for reports, tests or others at Parc Taulí as follows:

  • Copies of reports and additional scans can be collected 6 days later of the application.
  • For newly prepared follow-up reports, there is one maximum wait of 2 months. When the report is available, we will notify you by SMS al Mobile Phone* that you have provided to us at the time of requesting the documentation.

* All communications related to the verification of the mobile phone number can be made by email, at This e-mail address is being protected from robots spam.Necessites Javascript enabled to view it., or personally, at the Programming counters.

How to collect the documentation?

Accrediting identifying documentation that must be provided

The patient:

  • Original ID or passport.

Patient-authorized person:

  • Letter of authorization or representation signed by the patient that includes the full name of the authorized person and their relationship.
  • DNI or original passport of the patient. Attach a photocopy to the application.
  • DNI or original passport of the authorized person. Attach a photocopy to the application.

Dead

  • DNI or original passport of the deceased. Attach a photocopy to the application (if available).
  • Original DNI or passport of the applicant. Attach a photocopy to the application.
  • Documentation accrediting family ties. Attach a photocopy of the link (eg family book).

Legal patient tutor

  • Document accrediting the judicial appointment of a guardian
  • Original ID of the tutor. Attach a photocopy to the application.
  • Original DNI of the guardianship. Attach a photocopy to the application.

Parent in case of children under 16 years

  • Original DNI or passport of the applicant. Attach a photocopy to the application.
  • Family book. Attach a photocopy to the application.


 

My Health

Link to My Health

Remember that a My Health you can consult most of your clinical reports and the results of the additional tests and examinations that have been performed on you.