Patients can request an SAR ( Subject Access Request ) from our practice. There is no fee for this request. You will be asked to complete a form SAR which can be accessed on the link below. Please provide as much detail as possible. We do ask that patients use our online system access in the first instance as the information you require may be available to you through your online record.

SAR can take upto 28 days and upon completion will be sent to you through your confirmed email address.

Please also see our section How we use your information in line with General Data Protection Regulations

Requests from Insurance companies are considered however nhs work will be prioritised. We would recommend that reports are submitted using the secure iGPR insurance software.

Due to the current pandemic we ask that you submit the attached form using the email address below and not bring documents into the practice. The practice at this time is receiving a high volume of requests and it may not be possible to undertake non nhs work at this time. 

SAR ( Subject Access Request ) Form

Fees Charged

Information patients are seeking may be available by viewing their online record.

To register for online services please complete and return the attached form along with your Identification to the practice systm online

Get help with our online services

If you have online access but can not see your medical records please request these by using the manage online access section within your systm online account. 

Non-NHS Services

Some services provided are not covered under our contract with the NHS and therefore attract charges. Examples include the following:non_nhs_services1

  • Medicals for pre-employment, sports and driving requirements (HGV, PSV etc.)
  • Insurance claim forms
  • Prescriptions for taking medication abroad
  • Private sick notes
  • Vaccination certificates

The fees charged are based on the British Medical Association (BMA) suggested scales and our reception staff will be happy to advise you about them along with appointment availability. Please see Medical reports and guidance for further advice

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