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Station House Surgery (including Dispensary) will be closed for mandatory training from
on Wednesday 10th April 2019 &
Thursday 16th May 2019
The practice will re-open as normal at 8.00am the following day.
Please check that you have sufficient medication supplies whilst we are closed.

Access to Medical Records


In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation, patients have the right to access the data and information held by Station House Surgery. Data subjects have a right to receive: 

    • Confirmation that their data is being processed
    • Access to their personal data.
    • Access to any other supplementary information held about them


Online Access

This service will enable the patient to view information held in their electronic health record.

If you wish to access your record using this service, you will need to visit the practice, complete an application form and undertake an identity check before being granted access to your records.


Requesting Copies of Your Record

You can also make a request to be provided with copies of your health record. To do this, you must submit a Data Subject Access Request (DSAR) form; this can be submitted electronically and the DSAR form is available on the practice website. Alternatively, a paper copy of the DSAR is available from reception. You will need to submit the form online or return the completed paper copy of the DSAR to the practice. There is no fee for this service.

Form to apply for copy of medical records

Time frame

Once the DSAR form is submitted, Station House Surgery will aim to process the request within 21 days; however, this may not always be possible. The maximum time permitted to process DSARs is one calendar month.


There may be occasions when the data controller will withhold information kept in the health record, particularly if the disclosure of such information is likely to cause undue stress or harm to you or any other person.                  

How do I apply to access my medical records online?

You must read the Information leaflet below, complete the application form and present photographic identification and proof of address.

You can also request Proxy access to your children's medical records - please speak to us if this is something you would like.

Please read the Patient Guidance for Online Access leaflet via this link for further information.


To apply for online access you will need to complete a Consent & Registration form and present photographic ID and proof of current address.

If you wish to see your full medical record you will need to contact the surgery directly.

Please see the links below for Frequently Asked Questions about this service and the NHS Patient Online website:


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