Freedom Of Information
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 aims to produce a culture of openness in public bodies, by providing members of the public with the right access information held.
The main purpose behind this is to show how public money is being used.
- GP practices, although not government owned, are considered to be “public bodies” for the purposes of this Act. Therefore members of the public (not necessarily patients) can request information from them. This came into force in 2005.
- GP practices are required to make information available via a “publication scheme”. This may be held in paper form or by electronic means. It will include information commonly requested and is available on request.
- The practice’s publication scheme follows the model scheme for GP practices Approved by the Information Commissioner.
- For more detailed information please ask for one of our patient information leaflets.
- NHS Consitution
- Guide and Assistance Dog
- Access to Records and Data Protection Act
- AIDS / HIV
- Chaperone & Interpretation Policy
- Complaints to the Practice
- Freedom of Information
- Net GP Earnings
- Failed Encounter Policy
- Potential Conflicts of Interest
- Mission Statement
- Patients Charter
- Zero Tolerance
- CCTV Policy
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