Access To Health Record
Under the Data Protection Act 1998 people have the rights to see any files about them, including their health records. Access can only be denied if there are compelling reasons. the Data Protection Act replaced the access to Health Records Act 1990 on 1st March 2000, except applications to see records of someone who has died.
Patients in this practice have always been given full access to their medical notes. If there is anything you do not understand or find upsetting please speak to a receptionist who will pass your concern on to a doctor as appropriate.
The Practice is fully computerised. (Registered under the Data Protection Act 1984).
The practice will be closed for Christmas day, Boxing day and New Years day
Read more… Practice Closure
Closure for training on afternoon of Tuesday 9 December from 12.30pm.
Read more… Tramadol prescriptions
Changes in the law relating to Tramadol Prescriptions
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HSCIC requirement to upload your personal and confidential medical information.