Accessing Your Medical Records at Lonsdale Medical Centre
As of April 2016 and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), patients have the right to access their data and any supplementary information held by their Medical Centre; this is referred to as a ‘Subject Access Request’ (SAR). Patients have the right to receive:
- Confirmation that their data is being processed.
- Access to their personal data.
- Access to any other supplementary information held about them.
To request access to view their own personal records and for security purposes, the patient will be required to complete a ‘Subject Access Request’ form (SAR) and undertake an identity check (2 forms of identification). Paper copies of the SAR form can be obtained from Lonsdale Medical Centre reception or downloaded from here. The completed forms and a scanned copy of the patient's 2 identity documents (at least one with a photograph) can be emailed to reception (email:email@example.com) or hand delivered to a member of our reception team.
Online access to medical records
From 28 March 2016 anyone over 16 will be also be able to put in a request to view their medical records online. In addition to the information in your summary care record (allergies, adverse reactions to medication, vaccinations, immunisations and prescriptions) you will also be able to see your coded medical history, showing diagnoses, procedures, as well as results of blood tests and investigations.
Please visit the following website for more information:
INDEX - Policies
- Chaperone Policy
- Complaints to the Practice
- Did Not Attend Policy
- GDPR Policy
- Data Protection Policy
- Data Security and Protection Toolkit Guidance
- Data Security Policy
- Net GP Earnings
- Zero Tolerance
- Mission Statement
- Statement of Purpose
- Privacy Statement
- Privacy Notice
- COVID-19 Privacy Notice
- Patient Charter
- Sharing Information
- Safety and Security
- Accessing Your Medical Records
- Equality and Diversity
- Quality Assurance
- Out of Area Patients