Your information and how we use it
When you receive services from us we may collect information about you which helps us to provide your treatment and care. Some information is kept in written form but the majority is held on computer systems.
Your personal record holds important information about your health, including medical history, medications, current prescriptions, allergies, assessment results, care plans and more.
It will also include the required personal information we need for our records, including name, date of birth, address, contact phone number and next of kin contact details.