Practice Policies

   Information Governance

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We will not release any medical information about you to anyone without your written consent. Patients have access to their medical records subject to prior agreement. The Practice is registered under the Data Protection Act and conforms to its requirements.

Practice/Patient Charter

In line with Government planning towards the rights of the citizen, the NHS encourages Doctors to produce an individual Practice Charter. We are committed to this undertaking. This involves mutual co-operation. We will do everything we can to provide a high standard of healthcare for you we will provide up-to-date facilities and services, access to the hospital service as soon as we possibly can and maintain confidentiality at all times.

You also have responsibilities in this Charter and we ask you to recognise and accept them

Comments and Complaints

Comments are always welcome and should be made to the Practice Manager, Ms Catherine Thomas. Any complaints should also be made through her. These will be treated seriously and dealt with in line with the recognised procedure within the NHS.

If the complaint is not resolved satisfactorily it can be passed to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman, Millbank Tower, Millbank, LONDON, SW10 4QP.

You may also approach NHS England Tel: 0300 311 3322 or email or in writing to: NHS England, P O Box 16738, Redditch, B97 9PT.

       Complaints Policy


Patients will be treated with respect and courtesy. There will be no discrimination on grounds of sex, race, colour or creed. We ask you to treat Practice staff in a similar manner and to recognise that verbal or physical abuse will not be tolerated. Any breech will lead to a warning and if necessary followed by removal from our list.

Chaperone Policy

This policy is based upon the Model Chaperone Framework for the Role and Effective Use of Chaperones in Primary and Community Settings. 

This Policy sets out guidance for the use of chaperones and procedures that should be in place for consultations, examinations and investigations. This policy is also intended to provide practical advice to healthcare professionals working in a variety of locations where availability of a chaperone may not always be possible.

 Chaperone Policy

We will review and monitor our services and maintain our commitment to high quality care. We welcome constructive feedback to help us with our aims.

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