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Minnesota Medical Record Retention Bill (SF 3039)

This law was last updated on Sep 6, 2018

This law is Anti–Choice




SF 3039


Failed to Pass


Mar 8, 2018


Co-sponsors: 4
Primary Sponsors: 1
Total Sponsors: 5


Reporting Requirements, Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers

Full Bill Text

SF 3039 would require an abortion facility to retain all medical records, reports, or other documents related to each patient who had an abortion, in the files of the facility for a period of 30 years.

The facility would be required to inform the patient that all such records will be kept in the facility for 30 years. The patient would  need to sign an acknowledgment that they had received this information.

The bill requires the medical record of each patient to contain:

  • identification data which includes the patient’s name, address, and date of birth;
  • medical history;
  • a physical examination report;
  • a copy of the ultrasound;
  • a report on the abortion procedure, including the anesthetic agent administered, the technical procedure used, and any resulting complications;
  • procedures used to remedy any such complications;
  • the approximate gestational age of the fetus or fetuses;
  • the sex of the fetus or fetuses;
  • the number of fetuses terminated as a result of the abortion procedure;
  • a complete copy of the abortion report that is submitted to the health department; and
  • a copy of the signed patient acknowledgment.

Related Legislation
Companion bill to HF 2813.