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For patients and members
Notice of privacy practices

Geisinger is committed to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of its patients’ and members’ medical information. In compliance with state and federal law, Geisinger provides the following links to its Notices of Privacy Practices:


Be sure to review the NPP carefully, as it explains how we use your information and your rights under federal and state law.

Universal Authorization – Geisinger will takes steps to limit the sharing of certain sensitive information including substance use disorder, inpatient mental health, and HIV/AIDs treatment records unless you have a Universal Authorization on file. To learn more about our Universal Authorization and the benefits of coordinated care, click here.

HIPAA right of access

If you’d like to request access to your records pursuant to HIPAA, download and complete the Patient Access Request Form (PDF) or related instructions on how to complete that form. If you require assistance requesting your medical records, contact our Health Information Management team at 570-271-6319.

For Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program patients

Geisinger has an integrated model of care where we share protected health information (PHI) with other providers for treatment purposes. Click here for a list of providers with whom we may share your PHI if you have a treatment relationship with that provider.

*“Geisinger” shall collectively refer to the separate legal entities of Geisinger Health. Geisinger comprises Geisinger Health as parent and its subsidiaries, affiliates and members. Although Geisinger Health does not provide medical care or employ physicians, it is the corporate parent of the covered entities listed in the linked Notice of Privacy Practices, each of which is an individual corporate entity legally separate and distinct from Geisinger Health.