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The records may include: • Basic information about you, such as name, address, date of birth, NHS number and next of kin details,• Contacts we have had with you, such as day care clinics and/or home visits,• Notes and reports about your health and any treatment and care you need,• Details and records about the treatment and care you receive,• Relevant information from other health and social care professionals, local authorities, voluntary organisations, relatives or those who care for you and know you well.
How your personal information is used: Your records are used to direct, manage and deliver the care you receive to ensure that:• The clinical care team and other healthcare professionals involved in your care have accurate and up to date information to assess your health and decide on the most appropriate care for you,• The clinical care team and other healthcare professionals have the information they need to be able to assess and improve the quality and type of care you receive,• Your concerns can be properly investigated if a complaint is raised,• Appropriate information is available if you see another member of the clinical care team, or are referred to a specialist or another part of the NHS.
How we keep your records confidential and secure: Everyone working for the NHS has a legal duty to keep information about you confidential and secure.
You may be receiving care from other organisations as well as the NHS e.g. We may need to share some information about you so we can all work together for your benefit.
Contact: [email protected] Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust (the Trust) processes information about you in order to provide health care services, and in doing so has to comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998.
This means that data held about you must only be used for specific purposes as defined by law.
This Fair Processing Notice has been created to inform you about the types of information held about you, why that information is held about you, and to whom that information may be shared.
Why we collect information about you: Your clinical care team and other health and care professionals caring for you keep records about your health and any treatment and care you receive from the NHS.
Where it is not possible to use anonymised information, personally identifiable information may be used for essential NHS purposes. This will only be done with your consent, and/or the consent of your carer or next of kin, unless the law requires information to be passed on to improve public health.These help ensure that you receive the best possible care from us.They may be written down (manual records), or held on a computer.Similarly, anyone who receives information from us has a legal duty to keep it confidential.We will share information with the following main partner organisations:• Other NHS Trusts and hospitals that are involved in your care,• Clinical Commissioning Groups and other NHS bodies,• General Practitioners (GPs),• Ambulance Trusts You may be receiving care from other service providers as well as the NHS, for example Social Care Services.
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