YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATON – GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR)
Please take time to read the information below on how we will use the personal data that you provide to us.
The Purpose of processing Client Data
We may also need to pass on your information from time to time, but this would only be to other medical professionals. In order for treatments to be carried out we need to gather and retain personal information from patients. We will only use this information in relation to your treatment and will only share it with other health professionals.
Information that we need to hold
In order to give a Physiotherapy treatment we will need to ask and keep information about your health. The information we will need to ask is as follows:-
Medical History and other health-related information
Treatment details and related notes
We take your personal data which includes Name, Address, DOB, contact Number and GP as we need this information to place on your Physiotherapy records where we also record your treatment sessions.
This information we keep for 8 years as this is a requirement by law. After 8 years all personal data kept will be destroyed.
All data is kept in locked cabinets and anything kept on the computer is password protected.
Further information is provided below.
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