ACCESS TO HEALTH RECORDS

What is Patient Information?

When you visit an NHS or social care service, information about you and the care you receive is recorded and stored in a health and care record. This is so that people caring for you can make the best decisions about your care. 

The information in your records can include your:

  • name, age and address
  • health conditions
  • treatments and medicines
  • allergies and past reactions to medications
  • tests, scans and x-ray results
  • lifestyle information, such as whether you smoke or drink
  • hospital admission and discharge information

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