This website uses cookies to function correctly.
You may delete cookies at any time but doing so may result in some parts of the site not working correctly.


        Statement of Purpose - Our Mission Statement  -  We aspire to provide safe, high-quality, person-centred care, delivered with compassion, dignity and respect, through a combination of teamwork and professionalism, with a commitment to listen and improve.

Sharing Your Data with the Royal Surrey County Hospital and PCD - Personal Confidential Data (Care Data)

From 1st October 2015 the Royal Surrey County Hospital is introducing a facility that will allow clinicians in the Emergency Assessment Unit and Care of the Elderly wards to access your GP medical data with your consent, whilst you are in their care.


We believe that this is clearly in your best interests; it could save your life. It will certainly contribute to the provision of comprehensive medical care during your time in their care.


If you do not wish your GP to share your personal medical data with the Royal Surrey County Hospital, you can always opt out. 
If you wish to opt out, please put your request in writing to the Practice Manager (Mrs Louise Bowers).
Alternatively, you can complete  the form below or collect one from Reception.
RSCH Sharing Agreement Opt out form

PCD -  Personal Confidential Data (Care Data)

NHS England is sending out a leaflet  - Better Information Means Better Care - to all households in England.  Please read this carefully.

The NHS wants to improve the quality of care and health services for all.  Sharing information about the care you have received helps the NHS understand the health needs of everyone and the quality of the treatment and care being provided.  

Information extracted from your healthcare record (Personal Confidential Data PCD) will be anonymised and stored at The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC).  It will be used for research purposes and to plan and improve healthcare services.  The first data extraction is planned for Spring 2014. 

Patients need to read the information carefully.  The HSCIC is different from the Summary Care Record which patients may have chosen to opt out of already (see link on website).  

Data will be extracted from GP surgeries and from other health and social care providers.  If you do not wish your data to be extracted you will need to download and sign the relevant sections of the Care Data opt out form (see below) which enables you to opt out of the data extraction.  Please note that you need to sign both sections of the opt out form in order to opt completely from any data extraction. Please bring or post the form back to The Mill Medical Practice for your medical record to be updated with this information.



Individual GP Level Data Collection

NHS Digital (on behalf of NHS England), are undertaking a workload information collection, together with data collection relating to GP Contract Agreements, such as patients’ frailty and over 75 health checks.

The aim is to provide GPS with information, at an individual level, on the care provided to their patients. GPs will also receive comparative data from their CCGs.

For more information please click on the link below:

Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website