Medical records

Under the Right of Access provided in the Data Protection Act 2018, subject to certain conditions, all living individuals have a legal right of access to the personal information held about them. 

Access to the record of a deceased person is governed by the Access to Health Records Act 1990. Under this legislation, the personal representative, executor or administrator, or anyone having a claim resulting from the death can apply for access to the deceased's health records.

For further information about how to access the records we hold please click on the links below. If you wish access to records held by another Trust or healthcare organisation you will need to contact them direct.

If you require advice before making an application you can contact us as follows:

The Access to Health Records Officer
Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust
Brockley Hill
Stanmore
Middlesex
HA7 4LP
020 8909 5366
Useful documents:Size
Information for applicants85.48 KB
Application form118.85 KB
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