Welcome to Harleston Medical Practice Website
The practice team aims to deliver high quality patient care in an efficient, caring way with the utmost regard to dignity, respect and confidentiality.
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PLEASE TELEPHONE 111.
The doctors provide full General Medical Services to patients on their practice list, including visitors who are temporarily in the area. We dispense to approximately half of our patients.
We are fully computerised using SystmOne, our appointments are computerised; and all doctors and nurses consult using the computer record.
The practice is linked electronically to the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital for pathology.
Our practice now offers patients the facility to view areas of their records online. The areas patients will be able to access will include a summary of information relating to medications, allergies and adverse reactions. As well as viewing this information, there will be the facility to download and print it. Please contact reception and complete the necessary forms if you wish to use this service.
**All patients, including children, have been allocated a named accountable GP, however you remain free to book appointments with any GP at our Practice.**
By 31st March 2016 GP Practices will be required to offer increased access to patients medical records on-line where appropriate and subject to the application of National Safeguards.
With effect from 31st March 2016 you may request online access to your detailed coded record either by visiting the surgery to request access or this may be requested online if you are already registered for online services.
In order for us to keep your personal data confidential, you may be requested to provide further identification to ensure that we are granting access to this information the correct person. Please contact our reception for further information.
Fair Processing Notice
This is to inform patients as follows: "this Practice may supply personal health data with its legal obligation from time to time, as directed by the Secretary of State for Health, or other recognised Statutory Authority".
For more information about sharing of information other than for direct care, please see our practice leaflet.
(Site updated 24/05/2018)