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Request a Fire Report or Medical Records

Page Updated: 
October 05, 2020 at 07:48 AM

HOW TO REQUEST A FIRE REPORT:

You can request copies of a Fire Report from Martin County Fire Rescue. Reports are Public Record. Click the "Request for a Fire Report" button below to submit a request for a fire report. Please provide the date and address of the fire. Fire Rescue staff will respond whether the report is ready to be released. The report can be picked up at Fire Rescue Administration located at 800 SE Monterey Road in Stuart. There is a charge of $.15 per single sided or $.20 per double sided. The report can also be emailed at no charge.

Requests for reports can also be made by calling (772) 288-5710 or (772) 288-5633. If there is a fire investigation then that can take an extended period of time for the Fire Inspector’s report to be complete. When the State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the fire, you will need to contact them for an estimate of when the report will be complete and if there are any charges. The State Fire Marshal’s Office phone number is (850) 413-3752.

HOW TO REQUEST MEDICAL RECORDS: 

Every person treated by Martin County Fire Rescue is entitled to their Medical Records. Reports are Public Record. To obtain medical records, please complete the Authorization for Release of PHI Form (Protected Health Information), then attach it to your request via the "Request for Medical Records" button. The authorization form may also be picked up at Fire Rescue Administration located at 800 SE Monterey Road in Stuart, or it may be sent via email.

All authorizations must be properly notarized or be accompanied with a legible copy of the requestor’s photo ID. If an attorney is requesting the records, MCFR still needs to have a PHI authorization form notarized or accompanied with a legible copy of a photo ID. All requests are processed in the order in which they are received, so it may be several weeks to receive your records.

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