What happens to information about you while you are a consumer of our services?
We are one of a number of health and community care services in your area, all working together in partnership to meet your health needs.
We keep your name and contact details on your consumer record. Other details such as your care plan and information about your health are recorded each time you visit.
The information we collect helps us to keep up-to-date details about your needs, so we can care for you in the best possible way. We also use the information to better manage and plan this service.
Your information can only be seen by the professionals in this service involved in your care. Otherwise, we only release information about you if you agree or if required by law, such as in a medical emergency.
You have a say in what happens to your information. We rely on the information you give us to help provide the right care for you. If you decide not to share some of your information or restrict access to your consumer record, this is your right, but it may affect our ability to provide you with the best possible services. Talk to us if you wish to change or cancel your consent.
We are committed to protecting the confidentiality of your record. The privacy of your information is also protected by law. We treat your information in the strictest confidence and store it securely.
Yes, you have a right to request access to your information and to ask for it to be corrected if necessary.
Please talk to one of our staff if you have any other questions or complaints about what happens to your information while you are our consumer, or if you wish to access your record.
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