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Sexual Health Clinic

Drop-in clinic on Thursday afternoons from 4pm until 5.30pm (Except 3rd Thursday every month).

Bookable appointments for coils and implants available.

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Flu Vaccinations

Help protect you and your family in the fight against flu this winter.
A free NHS flu vaccination is available for:
  • anyone aged 65 and over
  • pregnant women
  • children and adults with an underlying health condition (particularly long-term heart or respiratory disease)
  • children and adults with weakened immune systems

If you would like to check whether you are eligible, please call us on 01274 531153.

Named GP 

All of our patients have been allocated a named GP who will have overall responsibility for the care and support provided for them. This will not necessarily the GP that you usually have consultations with. You will still be able to book consultations with your preferred choice of GP as usual. If you wish to know who your named GP is please ask our reception team.

SMS Text Messaging Service
If you would like to consent to receive SMS text messages reminding you of your booked appointments and to receive your test results, please call in and speak to our reception staff.


SystmOnlineSystmOnline is now available.  It is an in-built feature of the Practice's clinical IT system (SystmOne) which enables existing patients to manage appointments, order repeat prescriptions and change their contact details. Use of this service is free of charge to both Practices and patients. 



Hale ProjectHealth Action Local Engagement (Hale) - Healthy Living Project

How we use your health records

Please click this link to read the How we use your health records leaflet. It explains:

  • Why the NHS collects information about you and how it used
  • With whom we may share information
  • Your right to see your health records and how we keep your records confidential

 

confidentialConfidentiality

We provide a confidential service to all our patients, including those under 16. This means that you can tell others about your visits here, tests etc. but we won’t. The only reason why we might have to consider passing on confidential information without your permission would be to protect you or someone else from very serious harm. We would always try to discuss this with you first. If you have any worries about confidentiality, please feel free to ask a member of staff. All our computer systems and policies comply fully with the Data Protection Act 1998.

Practice registers

Our computer system keeps registers of patients with long term health problems like diabetes, asthma, heart disease or mental health problems. This enables us to provide the best systematic care for you. However, you have the right to refuse to be on such a register. If you wish to refuse, please let us know.


Freedom of Information

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 recognises that the public have a right to know how public services are organised and run, how much they cost and how decisions are made. This Act requires the Practice to produce a Publication Scheme, which is a guide to the ‘classes’ of information that the Practice intends to make available.

As well as accessing the information in the Publication Scheme you are entitled to request information about the Practice under the NHS Openness Code 1995.

From January 1st 2005, the Practice will respond to requests about the information that it holds recorded on paper or electronically (or in any other format). It will create a right of access to that information, with some exceptions which have to be taken into consideration before deciding what information can be released. Under the Data Protection Act 1998, you are also entitled to access your clinical records or any other personal information held about you.

The ICO has published a new Model Publication Scheme that all public authorities are required to adopt.

Model Publication Scheme - further information

 


How we use your health records

In the National Health Service we aim to provide you with the highest quality health care.  To do this we must keep records about you, your health and the care we have provided or plan to provide.  Our guiding principle is that we are holding your records in strict confidence.

Please click this link to read the How we use your health records leaflet. It explains:

  • Why the NHS collects information about you and how it used
  • With whom we may share information
  • Your right to see your health records and how we keep your records confidential


Email: infogov@bradford.nhs.uk
www.bradfordairedale-pct.nhs.uk

 

 

 

 
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