Your Right of Access to Your Records

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) allows you to find out what information is held about you including information held within your medical records, either in electronic or physical format.

This is known as the “right of subject access”.  If you would like to have access to all or part of your records, you can make a request in writing to the organisation that you believe holds your information.

If you would like access to your GP record please speak to the reception team, you will be asked to submit your request in writing by completing a subject access request form.


You will be required to provide a form of photo identification along with your request. This will need to be in the form of photo ID. We cannot proceed with your request without this information.

Subject Access Request Form

subject access request policy

Fair Processing Notice Summary

Patient Leaflet Data ProtectionPersonal

Data Breach Management and Reporting Procedure

Privacy Notice

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