Did the primary doctor run the EKG on 01/08/08? Were you in his office at the time or in a hospital? If the EKG was done someplace other than the primary's office, then you are going to have to get the record from the facility where the EKG was performed. Doctors will usually only release copies of records they have made concerning your care. As an example, if my rheumatologist orders blood work and I want a copy, I cannot get the copy from the priimary during a visit to him. I must get the copy from the rheumy.
Has your EP doctor's office staff had you sign a release that they can then fax to the primary doc's office requesting the needed EKG copies?
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