General Data Protection Regulations 2016
Doctors, Nurses and Health Care Assistants use the practice computer system to record clinical data on patients.
Practice Staff use the computer system to - prepare prescriptions, arrange appointments, recall patients' personal data, eg cervical smears, immunisations, etc, transfer paper documentation onto computer, eg consultants letters.
As part of your care, when you come to the surgery information about you is seen by members of a health care team, some of whom you may not meet. It may be used to help train any staff involved in your care. Information we collect may also be used after you have been treated to help us maintain and improve the quality of our care, to plan services and research into new developments.
All Information Is treated as strictly confidential, and is not given to anyone who does not need it.
If you have any concerns, please ask your Doctor, or the person caring for you under the General Data Protection Regulations (2016).
Manor House Surgery is responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of details we hold about you. Please see our Practice Privacy Notice.