Medical Record Document Shredding
Guard Docs understands the needs of hospitals and healthcare organizations when disposing of patient files and medical records. Our document shredding process is designed specifically with these requirements in mind. Guard Docs keeps all documents securely protected from the point of disposal until the moment of destruction. Our certified destruction process assures that the sensitive information of patients and organizations will never be recovered.
HIPAA & HITECH Compliance
HIPAA and HITECH laws require hospitals and healthcare organizations to protect patient information. Guard Docs is committed to helping our customers achieve best-practice processes to comply with these laws. By implementing Guard Docs’ document destruction process into your organization’s HIPAA & HITECH protocols, you can minimize exposure and risk. Features of our process include secure-locked shredding containers, auditable records of destruction projects, and Certificates of Destruction.
Proof Of Destruction
Guard Docs provides clients with proof of destruction for every project. Our on-site services allow you to witness the shredding of records, as the shredded particles are completely destroyed, commingled, and unrecoverable. With on-site and off-site services, clients receive a Certificate of Destruction as proof that materials were securely destroyed.
Secure Document Storage
If you need documents stored securely by professional experts, contact Guard Docs to get started. We will track and protect your files in a secure facility, and manage your inventory for you, for when you need to keep your documents off-site.
How it Works
Contact us through our web form or by calling us to speak with a shredding expert who can guide you to the optimal shredding solutoin.
Our team will arrive on the scheduled date and time to perform the shredding service either on-site or take the materials to an off-site secure shredding facilities.
We provide you with a Certificate of Destruction after each project as a record of proof that the documents were destroyed.