Healthcare professionals who provide you with care are required by law to maintain all related records about your health and any treatment or care you have received. These records help to provide you with the best possible treatment based on the case history. Health records may be processed electronically, on paper or a mixture of both and through established working procedures, best practice and secure technology we ensure your personal data is kept confidential. Records held by us may include the following:
- Your name, address and date of birth
- Contacts we have had with you, such as appointments
- Notes and reports on your health
- Notes on your insurance
- Details of treatment and care, images and test results
- Information on medicines, side effects and allergies
- Relevant information from people who care for you and know you well, such as health professionals and relatives etc.
Medical information will be kept confidential, it will only be disclosed to those involved with your treatment or care, or to their agents and, if applicable, to any person or organisation who may be responsible for meeting your treatment expenses, or their agents. Other people can also apply to access your health records on your behalf. These include anyone authorised by you in writing (such as a solicitor), or any person appointed by a court to manage your affairs where you cannot manage them yourself.
Access to Non-Medical Information
Premier Oncology Consultants and your insurers would, on occasion, like to keep you informed of products and services which they consider may be of interest to you. Please note, no medical information would be disclosed to others for this purpose and non-medical information would be disclosed on a strictly confidential basis. Should you not wish to receive any information about products and services from Premier Oncology Consultants please let us know in writing by email and mail as well at mentioned address of our clinic.
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