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Is there any way to find out a deceased person's doctor or medical records?

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Mantha

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Is there any way to find out a deceased person's doctor or medical records?

My father passed last year in Alberta. I have an accountant helping me with his taxes, and he is asking me about any disability that can be claimed.

My father was very private, so while I know he suffered from several ailments and was off work for the last year or two of his life on disability, I probably don't know exactly enough to satisfy Revenue Canada's questions. (It didn't help that my dad's mind started going in the last years of his life!).

If I can find out his doctors name or medical records, it would help! Otherwise I'll just ignore it...

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I assume you are the executor of the will?

You could possibly call up the provincial health and find out where bills came from and then track back from there.

PLUS whoever paid the disability would have a record of what doctor was used to "prove" the disability. Again..as executor you would have access to those records, maybe sorta...


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Great call, Dean. You're 1000 times better than 311! Razz

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Mantha wrote:Great call, Dean. You're 1000 times better than 311! Razz

and faster too!!!

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and I know you need to push or pull a knob while twisting it.


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