Request Your Medical Records
If you attended one of our Banyan facilities across the nation and need medical records, we have made the process very easy for you. Under HIPAA, the federal law regarding medical information storage and access, you can request copies of your medical records from all your healthcare providers. We will do our best to complete your request as quickly as possible, but please allow 7-14 days processing time.
Medical Records Requirements:
- Completed and signed request for medical records. Download Form
- Driver’s license or government issued identification
If you would like to request your medical records, please send an email to: [email protected] with all Medical Records Requirements as listed above.
Overall, it is a good program, but with some incompetent Staff.Therapists are outstanding and Kristen with alumni does a great job of giving resources after leaving.Kyle S.
Pompano Beach Banyan was exactly what I needed, exactly when I needed it!Artist M.
Family zooms are great and helpfulKimberly S.
Not only did he have a great experience during his time there, however the impact the family group through zoom had on my life is something I will forever be thankful for.niccole n.
She honestly genuinely does care about people, and when she can do something to help someone out, best believe she’s trying.Onalee M.
My son is in there and they have been so kind checking to see if I am ok and updates on my son I've seen pretty bad ones and this is far one of the best so farBrooke A.
They immediately got her on a treatment program for both her mental and physical health.scott h.
This place is wonderful! Great staff and therapist, I couldn’t have started my recovery journey without this place! We do recover!!Jason S.
Most Insurance Plans Accepted
At Banyan Treatment Centers, our goal is to make sure that anyone who needs treatment from drug and alcohol addiction are able to get the help needed to assist them on the road to recovery. If you don't have insurance contact us to inquire about alternate methods regarding treatment for yourself or a loved one.