General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
On 25th May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (known as GDPR) became the law. These changes to the data protection laws don’t alter what we use your personal information for. They will make it easier for you to find out how we use and protect your information.
The fact that the law is changing only builds on what we already do now. It is to give your personal information the respect and security it deserves.
Your personal information is an important part of our service. For instance, it lets us provide you with the right health care, including sharing your health information with other health providers such as hospitals.
If you have any questions, please speak with the Practice Manager/Business Manager
INDEX - Policies
- Call Recording Policy
- Chaperone Policy
- Complaints to the Practice
- Net GP Earnings
- Named Allocated GP
- Data Choices
- Summary Care Record Preferences
- Access to Medical Records
- Care Quality Commission
- Complaints, Subject Access Requests and Freedom of Information
- Direct Care Emergencies
- Direct Care Routine and Referrals
- National Screening and Reporting
- Legal Requirements
- Litigation and Claims
- NHS Digital
- Patient Communication
- Patient Participation Group
- Proxy Ordering
- Reporting Gunshot and Knife Wounds
- Risk Stratification
- Use of Covid Data for Research Purposes
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