Medical records release: set of letters to obtain medical records for personal use

Two template letters to use to ask your GP, hospital or other medical professional, to send your medical records to you with mention of your rights under the Access to Health Records Act 1990.
Suitable for use in: England & Wales and Scotland
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About this set of letters

This template letters are formal yet very simple. Two carefully drawn letters to your GP or hospital requesting them to send you a copy of your medical records. You do not have to specify a reason and your medical professional is most unlikely to ask.

The letters are firm but unaggressive, mentioning your rights under the Access to Health Records Act 1990.

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  • Suitable for sending to your GP, hospital  or any other medical professional
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This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.

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