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GP2GP v2.2a – Filing of New Patient Records – for EMIS Practices

To reduce the amount of printing when a patient leaves the practice, the receiving practice should validate and file the record as soon as the patient has been registered. Once the record has been filed by the receiving practice and the patient has been deducted, the sending practice will be...

Medical Records - Adopted Children

Medical Records - Adopted Children (with acknowledgements to Wessex LMCs) Under adoption legislation an adopted child is given a new NHS number and all previous medical information relating to that child is put into a newly created health record. Any information relating to the identity or...

Online Portal-Supplies and Medical Records

Primary Care Support England (PCSE) will shortly launch a new online portal.(go live date 29th March 2016) The portal will provide you with: A reliable way of tracking the movement of your patients’ records, whether they are in storage or in movement across the country. A quick and easy way...

Patient Registration

Registering Armed Forces Personnel

Updated contact details for GPs requesting a patient’s British armed forces medical records When an individual leaves the British armed forces, they are given a copy of their summary medical record, together with information on how to obtain their full service medical record if needed. This...

Registration of Overseas Visitors

NHS England has worked with patient groups and advocacy organisations to produce guidance on registering with a GP. It clarifies that patients do not legally need to provide documentary evidence of identity, immigration status or proof of address, to register with a GP. Practices should not...

Removal Of Patients from a Practice List

A good patient-doctor relationship, based on mutual respect and trust, is the cornerstone of good patient care. The removal of patients from practice lists should continue to be an exceptional and rare event, and a last resort in an impaired patient-practice relationship. When trust has...

Treatment of Overseas Visitors

Everyone who approaches a practice for treatment should be offered NHS primary care The LMC understands that the Department of Health lawyers looking at the charging of overseas visitors for NHS services have decided that the GMS Regulations - as currently written - imply that any...

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