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Privacy notice

As a practice we hold your personal information and details of any care you have received. Your data is held securely in compliance with all legislation.

Summary data, (details of medication, allergies etc.) is held centrally and available should you require treatment anywhere in the NHS. However, your detailed medical history is not shared and can only be accessed by staff within the practice.

We will not share any data without your consent unless there are exceptional (life or death) circumstances or where the law requires.

You have the right to see your personal information and we can provide you with access to your records.

Your data does contribute to the production of overall NHS statistics but personal details that would identify you are never part of this analysis. We will also use your information in reviewing prescribed medications and in preventative screening.

The details of all the areas where your data is stored or could be used are listed below. Full details of these are available from reception or by using the links below.

As data controllers, GPs have fair processing responsibilities under the Data Protection Act and GDPR law 2018. This means ensuring that your personal confidential data (PCD) is handled in ways that are safe, transparent and what you would reasonably expect.

Privacy Notice for Care Quality Commission

Privacy Notice for Direct Care

Privacy Notice for Emergencies

Privacy Notice for National Screening Programmes

Privacy Notice for NHS Digital

Privacy Notice for Payments

Privacy Notice for Public Health

Privacy Notice for Research

Privacy Notice for Risk Stratification

Privacy Notice for Safeguarding

Privacy Notice for Summary Care Record

Data Protection Officer: Dr Peter Mirchandani The Surgery Brede Lane Sedlescombe Battle East Sussex TN33 0PW


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