As data controllers, GPs have fair processing responsibilities under the Data Protection Act and GDPR law 2018. This means ensuring that your personal confidential data (PCD) is handled in ways that are safe, transparent and what you would reasonably expect. Please find documents and links below.
Park Medical Practice Patient Privacy Notice
Park Medical Practice patient information leaflet A5
PMP Data Protection Policy
A-Park Medical Practice DPA Practice Privacy Notice Annex A
A1-Park Medial Practice Privacy Notice Annex A App 1 – Direct Care, routine care and referrals
A2-Park Medical Practice Practice Privacy Notice Annex A App 2 – Direct Care Emergencies
A3-Park Medical Practice Practice Privacy Notice Annex A App 3 – National screening programs
A4-Park Medical Practice Practice Privacy Notice Annex A App 4 – Care Quality Commission
A5-Park Medical Practice Practice Privacy Notice Annex A App 5 – Comissioning, Planning, risk stratification,%2
A6-Park Medical Practice Practice Privacy Notice Annex A App 6 – Research
A7-Park Medical Practice Practice Privacy Notice Annex A App 7 – Safeguarding
A8-Park Medical Practice Practice Privacy Notice Annex A App 8 – Payment
A9-Park Medical Practice Practice Privacy Notice Annex A App 9 – NHS Digital
A10-Park Medical Practice Practice Privacy Notice Annex A App 10 – Summary Care Record
A11-Park Medical Practice Practice Privacy Notice Annex A App 11 – Public Health
F-Park Medical Practice DPA Patient Information Annex F
F1-Park Medical Practice Data Data Protection Act Patient Information Poster – Appendix 1 to Annex F
F2-Park Medical Practice Data Data Protection Act Fair Processing Notice – Appendix 2 to Annex F
G-Park Medical Practice Patient Conset Form Annex G
I-Park Medical Practice Data Subjects Rights Annex I
I1-Park Medical Practice Data Subjects Rights SAR Annex I App 1
I2-Park Medical Practice Data Subjects Rights SAR RegisterAnnex I App 2
NHS Digital transparency notice: GPES data for pandemic planning and research (COVID-19)
National Data Opt-Out : https://digital.nhs.uk/national-data-opt-out
Covid Privacy Supplement
GM Care Record – Privacy Notice
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