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STAFF ANNOUNCEMENT

New Faces
We welcome Nadia Martin and Siobhan McMullen as an addition to the receptionist team.

Web Access

Sign up for on-line repeat prescriptions & appointments! Pop in for more information and to get your login details.

Patient Arrival Screen

You can mark yourself as having arrived for your appointment yourself by using the screen in reception; the screen will tell you which waiting room to go to.

Data Sharing

The National Health Service is seeking to improve patient care and health planning by using data from across the country. This requires the use of shared data. Currently, there are three levels of data-sharing (see below); you may opt out of these if you wish.

The Summary Care Record 
This is a brief summary of current problems, medications and allergies, and is intended to be helpful in case of emergency admission.

  • You can find more information (from the NHS Choices website) here.

Care.Data 
This is pseudonymised data which may be used on two separate levels. Firstly, it will be used INSIDE the NHS to assist in the planning of provision of healthcare. Secondly, it may be used beyond the NHS, by accredited partners (providers of services) to help them improve actual services.

  • You can find out general information  here  
  • This is a leaflet to download  here .
  • The most Frequently Asked Questions  here .

Camden Integrated Digital Record (CIDR)
This is a local initiative, which means information may be viewed by local services during the provision of care to patients; this is designed to improve access to relevant information. 

  • You can find more information here.

If you would like to instruct the practice to make changes to your record regarding data sharing please download, print and send back to us this letter Opt-out Form from the website or available from Receptions.



 
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