Patients' Rights

If you want to obtain further information on the exact nature of any disclosure in respect of your records, you should apply in writing to Miss Jackie Elvidge, Practice Manager.

1. You may insist that any disclosures are only to be made with your written consent.

2. You may inform the practice that on no account should the doctor disclose any of your patient information to anybody other than for the purposes of your care.

Please note that where there are reasonable grounds for suspicion that a serious crime has been or is being committed, which would include fraud or any threat to national security, by law consent of that individual does not have to be obtained.

The information contained on this page reflects the current legal situation and not any specific policy of the practice. The practice shows it merely to draw attention to its legal obligations, and of the consequences of these for patients.

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