Under the General Data Protection Regulations you as a data subject have rights relating to how your data is processed, these are:
The right to be informed
You have the right to be informed what data we hold on you and how we process it. This can be seen in the Privacy notices supplied.
The right to Object
You have the right to object to some or all information being processed under article 21. This is a right to raise an objection, not an absolute right to have your wishes granted in every circumstance. In some circumstances, processing is a legal obligation and you will have no right to object. Please view the Privacy Notices that will give clear guidance on your right to object. If you have an objection you should contact the Data Protection Officer who will access your request.
The right to access and correct
You or your legal representative have the right to access data being shared and have any inaccuracies corrected. There is no right to have accurate medical records deleted or amended except when ordered by a court of Law. Please see access to your medical records for details on applying for access. Any request to correct records should be directed to the Data Protection Officer.
The right of erasure to be forgotten
You have the right to be forgotten or erased. Under article 17(3) this does not apply to your medical registration or records.
The right to data portability
You have the right to receive your personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, and the right for that data to be transmitted to another data controller where technically feasible. Primary Care Support England is responsible for transferring your medical records between GP Surgeries when you move. We are not responsible for providing Flash drives/USB sticks, or CDs where these are the requested transfer method.
Automated decision making including profiling
You have the right for your data not to be used in any automated processing. The practice does not automatically process your data except where contractually obliged to. For more information on situations where your data may be processed automatically see our Privacy statements. Such an incident of automated processing would be data provided to Public Health England for the protection of the public health in the UK.