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Summary Care Record


From March 31st 2015, the Summary Care Record will come into force.


Summary Care Records (SCR) contain important information about any medication, allergies, and adverse reactions which you may have suffered.


Who can access my SCR?

Only healthcare staff involved in supporting or providing your care can access the information via their NHS smartcard. Their details will be recorded each time they view and will only be able to see the information they need to do their job. You can ask your surgery for a copy of your SCR, and although you will not be permitted to change any information written by the healthcare staff, should you notice any errors or incorrect information, please let your surgery know.


If you would prefer to opt out of the SCR and have not previously done so, then you must let your GP know by filling in and returning an opt-out form, which will be available at your local surgery.

For more info click on the link below

Care Records




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