RediClinic Customers in Maryland and Virginia:
Effective Thursday, October 19, RediClinic will no longer be operating its clinics located within Maryland (Baltimore, D.C. Metro-area) and Virginia. We encourage you to work with your current primary care physician or find a new provider at this time.
To assist you in receiving future care, we have provided a list of Frequently Asked Questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I find a new provider?
To find a new provider, we suggest you use local hospital referral services or contact your health insurance company to locate another provider for any of your medical needs.
How can I obtain copies or transfer copies of my—or my child’s —medical records?
To receive a complete copy of your RediClinic medical records; or
To have a copy of your RediClinic medical records sent to a health practitioner of your choice, please visit rediclinic.com/faqs/patient-medical-records to access a “Medical Request Form,” completely fill out the form, and send either of the following ways:
(a) To the address listed on the form; or
(b) To ensure a faster delivery, please fax the Medical Request Form to 1-866-279-9592.
What other rights do I have with respect to my protected health information?
Please review our “Notice of Privacy Practices”, which was given to you the first time you visited RediClinic, and is also at rediclinic.com/privacy-policy. This notice provides you with important information, such as telling you how your information may be used or disclosed, what rights you have with respect to your information (e.g., requesting a restriction on our use or disclosure or an amendment to the information we have in our records), and how you may exercise these rights.
How can I ensure my medical records are protected?
Please feel free to contact 1-855-BE REDI-8, option 3. Once you obtain an operator, he/she will either answer your question or direct your call to the appropriate contact.