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CERVICAL SCREENING DROP IN SESSION: Wednesday 11th September 5:30 - 7pm at Yateley Medical Centre. No need to book, but a limited number of patients can be seen. You MUST have already received a cervical screening invitation letter.      

In line with the GDPR requirements, Oakley Health Group provides fair processing information about all data processing activities.

Oakley Health Group places privacy and data protection at the heart of all its processing.

Download all the privacy notices on this page as an indexed booklet.

General information sharing for direct medical care
We share relevant information from your medical record with other health or social care staff or organisations when they provide you with care

Specific referrals

  1. Healthier You (Prediabetes)
  2. DESMOND (Diabetes dietary advice)
  3. Diabetic Retinopathy Screening
  4. Home Oxygen

Access to your GP record
We allow access to your medical record for healthcare professionals working with the surgery to provide you with care

NHS Data Sharing databases
We allow access to relevant information from your medical record, with your explicit consent, to healthcare staff working in A&E, the GP out-of-hours service and the Ambulance service.

Statutory Disclosures of information
We are sometimes required by law to share relevant information about you to certain organisations

NHS Digital

  1. The National Diabetes Audit (NDA)
  2. Individual GP level data (IGPLD)
  3. Female Genital Mutilation data (FGM)
  4. NHS Health Checks (NHSHC)
  5. Spine services (PDS, eRS, EPS, NHSMail, GP2GP etc)
  6. National Data Opt Out


  1. Children's Services
  2. s47
  3. s45 Adult SAB

Permissive Disclosures
In certain circumstances, the surgery can agree to share relevant information about you to certain organisations (usually with your explicit consent)

Data Processors
A number of organisations help us manage your medical information on our behalf, under our instruction and control

We share relevant information from your medical record with pharmacies when they provide you with medical care and process your prescriptions

Accessing your information on other databases
We can access information about you held by other organisations, in order to help us provide you with medical care and so that we can assist authorities with the national screening programmes

Legal Proceedings and Complaints
We share relevant information about you in certain circumstances

Research (explicitly consented)
With your explicit consent, we undertake and support accredited medical research within the practice

Research (authorised by s251)
If so authorised, we undertake and support accredited medical research by providing medical information extracted from GP records

Patient Online
If you wish, you can have secure online access to your medical record

Communicating with our patients
With your permission, we can use SMS messages and emails to communicate with you

Your data rights
 The law allows you certain rights over your GP medical record

The Right to Object
A specific data right related to how we process your GP records.

updated: 09.04.19

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