Natural disasters are periods of crises with injuries that occur as a result of a sudden change in the flow of life order, and a sudden and rapid healthcare need is required. The loss of operability of the healthcare institutions in the disaster area brings harm to healthcare workers and creates the necessity of providing support from outside the region. In addition, providing the medical equipment supply and storage to the region in an organized manner is very important in the provision of healthcare services. In particular, the issue of keeping records, informing the patients in the surgical interventions to be performed by the orthopedic and traumatology specialist and how the consent will be obtained are also on the agenda. In our article, the legal regulation on how to provide organization in disaster periods will be primarily examined, and how medical records and interventions can be made will be evaluated under the light of available information.