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Tel: 0208 314 5552 | Fax: 0208 314 5557
 

Hilly Fields Medical Centre

172 Adelaide Avenue
Brockley
London
SE4 1JN
Telephone: 0208 314 5552
Fax: 0208 314 5557

 Data Sharing


A new way of using patient information. NHS England requires that we inform patients about any new use of patient information Please click on this link below to find out more.


CareData

Data sharing in the NHS - care.data - NHS Choices

The care.data programme will bring together securely, health and social care information from different settings in order to see what’s working really well in the NHS and what could be done better. Using data in this way is known as data sharing for purposes beyond direct care, and the information will only be shared if it will benefit patient care.

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Summary Care Record

Your health records - The NHS in England - NHS Choices

If you are registered with a GP practice in England, you will have a Summary Care Record (SCR) unless you have chosen not to have one. Your SCR contains the following basic information:

  • the medicines you are taking
  • your allergies 
  • bad reactions you may have to certain medicines

It also includes your name, address, date of birth and unique NHS Number which helps to identify you correctly.

An SCR is used in a number of healthcare settings and will provide healthcare professionals with any information they wouldn't otherwise have. For example, when you're visiting an urgent care centre or being admitted to a hospital, staff could view your SCR and discover you are on a particular medication or have allergies.

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Patient Access

How to access your records - NHS Choices

Some GPs have given online access to their patients’ GP records for some time. From April 2015 all GPs should give their patients online access to summary information in their records. This is part of the drive to provide more GP online services to patients. It should give you more control of your health and well-being, especially if you are managing a condition that needs regular monitoring and frequent prescriptions.

If you wish, you can also request for someone else to have access to your GP record, please contact your practice who will be able to advise you on the best way to go about this.

The NHS is committed to modernising its services so that they are as efficient and effective as possible and put patients in the driving seat of their care. The ambition is that by 2018 every citizen will be able to access their full health records at the click of a button, detailing every visit to the GP and hospital, every prescription, test results, and adverse reactions and allergies.

Offering people the chance to book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and access summary information held in their GP records online is a key milestone on the road towards becoming a truly modern and dynamic healthcare system which is responsive to what patients want.

Please click on this link for more info How to access your GP record

 

 

 
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Practice News

MacMillan Day
We had a great MacMillan coffee morning and raised £423.10
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End of HV Walk-in Clinic
From 30th October Health Visitor Walk-in service unavailable
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Change to Online prescriptions
The online prescription form will no longer be in use from 1st July 2016
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PPG walking clubs
The Patient Participation Group would like to inform you of FREE walking Clubs With Lewish…
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BBC Health RRS Feed
The latest stories from the Health section of the BBC News web site.
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