Subject Access Request

A request by a patient, or a request by a third party who has been authorised by the patient, for access under the GDPR (and DPA 2018) is called a Subject Access Request (SAR). If you want a copy of your GP records, you can write or call us and request an SAR form:



You can also write an official signed request.

The Practice has up to 28 days to respond. If additional information is needed before copies can be supplied, the 28-day time limit will begin as soon as the additional information has been received. The 28-day time-limit can be extended for two months for complex or numerous requests where the data controller (usually your practice) needs more time to collate and supply the data.

Once your records are ready to collect from the practice, we will call or text to let you know. Please bring ID with you on collection. We are unable to post these out to you or sent them via email.