Tomorrow night look at patients of the now closed oswego, kansas community hospital say they can't access their medical records.
Something that koam's zach dodge learned has led to plenty of problems for one woman who was a patient there for ten years.
Oswego resident mollie wiseman has been living with type one diabetes since 19-91..
And gastroparesis -- that impacts her digestive track -- since 20-10.
Mollie: "my stomach and bowels are shutting down.
And it will shorten my life."
She's a former patient of the oswego community clinic..
And gets hydration therapy to keep her hydrated -- medication that will run out in two weeks if she can't find a new doctor.
Mollie:"i would get severely dehydrated and be put in the hospital probably in icu, like i was a year ago..
And if it keeps going on i'll die from dehydration."
But-- mollie and her ex-husband and care attendant shaun say they can't get her medical records..
Mollie:"every time i call the doctors office it doesn't say how you do to get your records, or to call anybody.
It just says that they aren't in anymore.
I feel really bad for everybody in my position, and i don't know what to do."
Shaun:"i'm more fearful that frustrated.
Cause i do want to get her into a doctor..
I don't want to see these things happen..
And i've got to have these to be able to get her in to somebody else."
Zach:"when we reached out to labette health, they made us aware of a medical request form that patients can use to request their medical records.
But, any of the patients we talked to didn't know this form even existed."
Shawn:"it is extremely frustrating cause there is little to no information out there.
I mean, if it wouldn't be for you guys, we wouldn't even have known that there was a new form out now that we can actually fill out and get this information."
Now mollie and shaun plan to use the form to request her records..
And then hope they can find a new doctor.
Mollie:"i don't know what's gonna happen.
It's all in the dark and it's scary and frustrating."
In oswego, zach dodge, koam news.
Dowe: according to kansas law, a health care provider has to release records within 30 days of receiving a request.
Officials with labette health say they are still seeing patients from oswego, even without a full medical history.
If you need to access your medical records from the oswego community hospital -- we've put a link to the form on our website.
That's koam-news-now-dot-co m.