The Park End Surgery

3 Park End, London, NW3 2SE, Tel: 020 7435 7282, Fax: 020 7794 2455, [email protected]

Records and data sharing

IMAG0128[1] Access to Medical Records

Requests for access to medical records should be made in writing to the Practice manager. The practice complies with the Data protection Act and Access to Health Records Act.

Online Access To Medical Records
Park End Surgery was one of the first practices in the UK who to pilot the use of internet access to your medical records. You will be able to view a summary of your medical records, see results of blood tests, and read your recent GP consultations and hospital letters. To participate, you need to be over 18, show proof of identity (passport or driving licence) and get a PIN from reception.
Freedom Of Information – Publication Scheme
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 obliges the practice to produce a Publication Scheme. A Publication Scheme is a guide to the ‘classes’ of information the practice intends to routinely make available.
It is a legal requirement that confidentiality of patient records is maintained at the highest level by all staff. We keep confidential patient information on our computer system and comply with the Data Protection Act We may occasionally share information with other healthcare professionals. Please advise us if you do not wish such information to be shared.
We have a legal obligation to share information of a safeguarding nature when required to by the appropriate agencies.
Data Sharing Projects in Camden
For Camden patients only Camden Integrated Digital Record (CIDR), is a local initiative for Camden residents, to enable your care providers in Camden to view the relevant information when treating you and so give you the best possible care. Find more information here:
Summary Care Record
Your summary care record contains important information about the medicines you are taking, allergies you suffer from and any bad reactions you have had to medicines in the past. Find more information here:
This is a National Scheme. aims to make increased use of information from medical records with the intention of improving healthcare via research, public health use and commissioning. Find more information here:
To opt out of any of these schemes please fill in:
the Practice Caldicott Guardian is Dr John Horton