Our website address is: https://oakhammedicalpractice.co.uk
Details of who we are is on our main front page. This states: ‘The Rutland Health Primary Care Network brings together four GP practices based in Rutland, providing information inclusive of health and care partners, patient organisations and the voluntary sector across Rutland.’
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We may produce communications, information and engagement material to support our work in fulfilling our role on behalf of our member practices and informing interested parties about their work. This may also from time to time lead to us asking to obtain strictly limited personal information from you. For example you may be asked for personal information if you complete one of the forms on this site.
We neither obtain nor seek to obtain any patient identifiable data or information from any of our member practices. Neither do we share with them any of your data you may provide to us.
Personal information you submit is stored on secure servers, only accessible to authorised personnel, password protected and managed by our external communications partners.
We have been provided with assurance that our activities and working practices, as well as the activities and working practices of our external communications partners, are fully compliant with GDPR and with the requirements of relevant regulators including the Information Commissioner’s Office. Neither we nor they will sell or share – nor seek to sell or share – your personal information with any other organisation outside of Rutland Healthcare its direct employees and/or agents without your explicit advance permission.
Our lawful basis for processing any data is supported under the following sections of the GDPR: Article 6 (1) (e) ‘…for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority…’; and Article 9 (2) (h) ‘for the purposes of preventative or occupational medicine for the assessment of the working capacity of the employee, medical diagnosis, the provision of health or social care or treatment or the management of health or social care systems and services…”
You have the right to object to information being shared between those who are providing you with direct care.