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Information Governance and your medical records

In order to benefit from Extended Access appointments at the Spring House hub clinicians will need to access your medical records.

You will be asked to give your consent when you book or visit, so that the local GP or nurse can give you the best care, just like at your usual practice.  Your hub consultation will be saved into your record, along with any prescriptions, referrals or further action, so that your usual GP is kept up to date with your care.  Your consent will only be for the consultation/appointment you have booked and you will be asked to provide consent each time you book an Extended Access appointment.

A postcard produced by East and North Herts CCG summarising the "My Care Record" programme can be seen on following link:

MCR postcard

Here are some frequently asked questions about the programme:

Frequently Asked Questions Dec 2017

Frequently Asked Questions easy read Dec 2017

We are part of East and North Herts CCG - Here is a link to their policy on medical record usage:

http://www.enhertsccg.nhs.uk/how-we-use-information-about-you-fair-processing-notice

If you wish to opt out of record sharing, please complete the form below and hand it in to your usual GP practice:

Record sharing Opt Out form Dec 2017

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