Practice aims and objectives

When you Attend the Surgeries

You will be treated as an individual with courtesy, dignity and respect, irrespective of your ethnic origin, religious beliefs, per­sonal attributes or the nature of your health problems. A patient's need for privacy will be respected at all times.

You will be treated as an individual with courtesy, dignity and respect, irrespective of your ethnic origin, religious beliefs, per­sonal attributes or the nature of your health problems. A patient's need for privacy will be respected at all times.

Surgery Policy on Antisocial Behaviour

The Practice operates a 'zero tolerance' policy to aggressive and abusive behaviour. This includes any personal, abusive or aggressive gestures. Any incident of verbal abuse, whether in person or over the telephone, is reported immediately to the Practice Manager and Senior Partner. Incidents are discussed by the partners, who will agree a course of action. This may result in the patient's removal from the practice list.

Medical Records

Your medical records contain confidential information, and will be kept so by the Practice Team. If you wish to see your medical records, you should consult the Practice Manager. You have the right of access to medical records made since 1 st November 1991 under the Access to Health Records Act 1990. A fee may be charged if you wish to have a copy of the record.

Patients Comments, Complaints or Suggestions

If you wish to comment or complain about any aspect of the Practice, please contact the Practice Manager. Any problem will be investigated with confidentiality and sensitivity. We constantly look to improve services and patient care, and will welcome any constructive comments which will help us to do so.

Data Protection

The practice is registered with the data protection agency and main­tains patient confidentiality. The practice shares patient information on a need to know basis with health professionals in Hospitals but will not disclose information to other organisations or individuals without your permission.

Website Policy

Website Access

THIS WEBSITE IS OPERATED BY SEAL MEDICAL GROUP AND IS ON THE URL:www.selseymedicalcentre.org/ BY ACCESSING IT YOU AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS.

  • THE WEBSITE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" SEAL MEDICAL GROUP ACCEPT NO RESPONSIBILTY FOR INACCURIES IN IT.
  • NO MEDICAL TREATMENT, ADVICE OR PROCEDURES ARE IMPLIED OR RECOMMENDED BY THIS WEBSITE THEREFORE ANYONE VISITING THIS SITE WITH A MEDICAL PROBLEM SHOULD SEEK ADVICE FROM THEIR MEDICAL PRACTITIONER.

IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THESE CONDITIONS THEN YOU SHOULD NOT ACCESS THE WEBSITE.

Copyright

All material on this website including text and graphics are copyright Seal Medical Group. You are welcome to use any material from the site as long as it is not modified. Any material so used should be credited as:

© SMG. selseyhealthcentre.org

Cookies Policy

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Privacy Policy

This website:

  • Does not provide or release names or e-mail addresses of members to any third party without the member's explicit permission.
  • Does not and will not use cookies or any other technology to track or report user data to other Web sites.
  • Does not record individual user information.

Advertising, Funding and Sponsorship

  • The website is owned and funded by Seal Medical Group, the current policy is not to accept advertising or sponsorship.
  • External links are provided for information only. We are not responsible for their content.

Design of Website

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