Your data

Privacy notice

Please find below our privacy notice, that includes information on how we collect and use confidential data.

Using your health data for planning and research

The NHS needs data about the patients it treats to plan and deliver its services and to ensure that the care and treatment provided is safe and effective. Your health records contain a type of data called confidential patient information. This data can be used to help with research and planning.

You can choose to opt out of sharing your confidential patient information for research and planning, by contacting NHS England. Unfortunately, this cannot be done by the practice for you. You can do this by any of the following methods:

Photocopies of proof of the applicant’s name (e.g., passport, UK driving licence etc.) and address (e.g., utility bill, payslip etc.) need to be sent with the application.

It can take up to 14 days to process the form once it arrives at:

NHS, PO Box 884

Outsourcing of medical reports and requests for records

To alleviate the pressure on NHS resources and to prioritise direct patient care, Brockwell Park Surgery outsources some patient requests for records and medical reports to two NHS England accredited companies.


Medi2Data process medical reports via a system called eMR. They provide online access to patient records and reports via their secure encrypted portal.

If you wish to contact Medi2Data directly, please email or call on 03333 055774.

To view Medi2Data’s privacy policy, please go to


iGPR reports are sent using secure end-to-end encrypted transfer for connected insurers – ensuring there is no risk of reports being lost, stolen or damaged in the post, or saved and sent securely as encrypted files, helping patient information to stay safe.

If you wish to contact iGPR directly, please call 01527 570005 or complete a contact form via

iGPR’s privacy policy is as follows:

Brockwell Park Surgery uses a processor, iGPR Technologies Limited (“iGPR”), to assist with responding to report requests relating to your patient data, such as subject access requests that you submit to us (or that someone acting on your behalf submits to us) and report requests that insurers submit to us under the Access to Medical Records Act 1988 in relation to a life insurance policy that you hold or that you are applying for.

iGPR manages the reporting process for the practice by reviewing and responding to requests in accordance with our instructions and all applicable laws, including UK data protection laws. The instructions we issue to iGPR include general instructions on responding to requests and specific instructions on issues that will require further consultation with the GP responsible for your care.