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Patient Information Sharing

Derbyshire Health and Social Care Initiative

We need to check if you wish to take part in the local ‘Derbyshire Health and Social Care Community’ local sharing initiative.

The sharing initiative will allow doctors, nurses and other register health and social care professionals locally to provide better care and work more effectively and efficiently if relevant information about you can be shared among local agencies providing your care. Sharing your records means health and social care workers have your most recent up to date information held on the GP record. It also means you don’t have to repeatedly provide the same facts, have unnecessary tests and it may prevent you been given medicine that you are allergic to.

The professionals caring for you will always seek you consent before they open your records holding your information.

If you do NOT wish to take part in the ‘Derbyshire Health and Social Care’ local sharing initiative, doctors , nurses and other registered health and social care professionals will NOT be able to access your information held in the GP record in an emergency situation. For example if you are unconscious and unable to give consent.

Please click here to obtain an opt out form

Derbyshire Health Care Records

Detailed Coded Medical Records

Imperial Road Group Surgery now offers patients online access to Detailed Coded medical records. Some examples of the information you will be able to view online include: vaccinations and immunisations history, consultations, and test results.

To apply for access please visit your practice with at least:

  • One form of photographic identification (i.e. passport or photo driving license)

AND

  • One proof of address (i.e. bank statement)

Please contact the practice for further examples of acceptable documentation.

Existing and new patients to online services will be asked to sign a consent form to confirm acceptance of the risks associated with online records access.

Your medical record will be reviewed by a clinician prior to online access being granted.

If approved, we will provide you with a username and password which will allow you to access online services to view your medical record online.

If for any reason we do not grant access to your medical records, you will be contacted to discuss the reasons for this decision.

For more information about accessing your medical record, please visit NHS England’s patient information leaflets site here:

https://www.england.nhs.uk/ourwork/pe/patient-online/support/patient-material

Please see the section relating to “signing up for patinet access” for more information.”

 



 
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