Medical Record

Contact Us:

   Hours of Operation: 8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday through Friday

   Phone: (951) 352-5314 (Direct)

                 (951) 688-2211 extension 5314, 1213

   Patient Portal Phone:  (951) 352-5306 (Direct)

   Address: Parkview Community Hospital

                     Attn: Medical Records
                     3865 Jackson Street
                     Riverside, CA 92503

   Location: We are located in the basement of the Hospital, suite 003.


The Medical Records Department maintains patient health information in a secure manner and only releases patient data to recognized entities with legal right to review the contents. Please be advised that our staff is limited to what information they are able to disclose to you over the phone.

When requesting your medical record, please include the following information and send back via fax or by mail (applicable forms are found at the bottom of the page):

   - Authorization Form (Consent to Release)

   - Photocopy of a valid ID or Drivers License

   - Patient Portal Access (Patient Portal Consent Form)

NOTE: If you are requesting a medical record for anyone other than yourself, please contact the Medical Records Department at the phone number listed above.

Release of Information

Contact Us:

   Hours of Operation: 8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday through Friday

   Phone: (951) 688-2211 extension: 4188

For Attorney and Copy services ONLY:

For request of Medical records only: You may serve the request in person or by mail to the Medical Records department. There is a $15.00 processing fee (check or cash only) made payable to Parkview Community Hospital. If you are requesting billing information, please contact the Business office at (951) 688-2211 extension: 2268, 2269.

Birth Certificate

Contact us:

   Phone: (951) 688-2211

                     Extension: 2808 - English

                     Extension: 1189 - Spanish

Birth Certificate Specialist will distribute paper work for the Birth Certificate after the birth.

Parents please complete the forms as soon as you can to prevent delay in the discharge process.

For Unmarried Parents:

The Declaration of Paternity Form must be signed by both parents in order to establish paternity and for the father’s name to be included on the Birth Certificate.

The Declaration of Paternity Form may not be signed until after the birth and must be witnesses by either the nursing staff or birth certificate specialist.

Please contact us if you have any further questions, comments or concerns.