PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY OF YOUR MEDICAL RECORDS
Your medical records are a history of your consultations, illness, investigations, prescriptions and other treatments. The doctor-patient relationship sits at the heart of good general practice and is based on mutual trust and confidence. At Quakers Lane Surgery we store most of our patients’ medical records on our practice computer system.
PRIVACY NOTICE - Click here to view
HOW THE NHS AND CARE SERVICES USE YOUR INFORMATION
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Click to view Data Sharing information - PDF
Click to view Data Sharing information - Microsoft Word
a) Tpp – FAQs for patients
b) Tpp – Frequently asked questions
c) Your electronic health record: A patient Guide
Information for new patients: about your Summary Care Record
Record Sharing – A Patient Guide
HOW CAN I FIND OUT WHAT’S IN MY MEDICAL RECORDS?
We are required by law to allow you access to your computer and written medical records. If you wish to see your records, please contact our Practice Manager for further advice. All requests to view medical records must be made in writing to the surgery. We are allowed to charge a small fee to cover our administration and costs.
You can contact Jill Woodcock, the Practice Manager by calling the surgery on 01748 850440.