GP Health Records
Online access to GP Health Records
Since November 2022, patients who are over 16 have been able to view notes and health records. This includes notes from GP surgery appointments, test results, medications, and letters we receive from hospitals. These can be viewed online via the NHS App, NHS website, SystmOnline or the Airmid app. If you do not want your record to be available online, please speak with the Reception or Patient Services team at your surgery. For more, please visit the Crane Valley PCN information web page here>>
Your Electronic Health Record
Your electronic health record contains lots of information about you, including your medical history, the types of medication you take, any allergies you have and demographic information like your home address and your next of kin. In many cases, particularly for patients with complex conditions, the shared record plays a vital role in delivering the best care. Health and social care professionals can ensure a coordinated care response, taking into account all aspects of a person’s physical and mental health.
You have choices about whether or not information is available to other providers who care for you.
Care Service that could access patients records:
- GP Surgeries
- Community Services such as District Nurses, Rehabilitation Centres
- Child health services
- Urgent care organisations such as Minor Injury Units and Out of Hours Services
- Community Hospitals
- Accident and Emergency Departments
To provide the best care, your electronic health record will be made available to other services involved in
your care. Until you are registered at one of the care services, no information about you will be shared to them.
For more information please download and view this Electronic Record patient leaflet>>
Please complete the consent form and hand in at reception along with proof of address and photo indetification.