Guidance

Accessing the military medical records of a patient

Accessing the military medical records of a patient

An FMED 133 is a Medical History on Release from HM Forces and contains a summary of the individual’s service medical history, including details of disabilities, immunisations, clinical conditions and of any significant treatments received.  The patient will have been given a printout of their most recent primary care electronic medical record (which they may choose to give to you).

If access to copies of the full medical record is required, please write to the appropriate address below, enclosing consent from the patient (consent would usually be a completed part 2 of the FMED 133 supplied to the patient).

Royal Navy / Royal Marines

RN Service Leavers

Institute of Naval Medicine

Crescent Road

Alverstoke

Gosport

Hants PO12 2DL

 

British Army

Secretariat Disclosure 3 (Medical)

Mail Point 525

Army Personnel Centre

Kentigern House

65 Brown Street

Glasgow G2 8EX

 

Royal Air Force

ACOS Manning (Medical Casework)

Room 1, Building 22

Air Command

RAF High Wycombe

Buckinghamshire

HP14 4UE

 

The full details are available on the GOV.UK website

Step-by-step guide for service leavers is available here

First Published
2 November 2022
Updated On
5 November 2023
Due to be Reviewed
3 November 2025
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