GDPR & Confidentiality

Braeside Surgery Confidentiality

All patient information is considered to be confidential and we comply fully with the Data Protection Act. All employees have access to this information in relation to their role and have signed a confidentiality agreement. Information may be shared, in confidence, with other NHS organisations in the interests of patient care.

Please note that it is the practice’s policy to record telephone calls for the purposes of patient and staff care, security, and dispute resolution. Recordings and their use will be at the partners’ discretion and will also comply with the practice’s Data Protection registration.

Following the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25th May 2018, the practice has reviewed it’s privacy policies relating to the way we store, use and share information. The relevant privacy notices are:

3. Legal Requirements

Braeside Surgery Legal Requirements Privacy Notice

4. Screening Programmes

Braeside Surgery National Screenings Programmes Privacy Notice

GP Direct Care Privacy Notice

GP Planning and Research Privacy Notice

Processing Activities

Human Resources Privacy Notice

GP Statutory Disclosures Privacy Notice


Health Data Collection and Health Observatory

What is GDPR

Practice Privacy Notice

What is GDPR - Children's Notice

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