Skip To Content
Increase Font Size
Decrease Font Size
Reset Font Size
Hessle Grange Medical Practice
Show Main Menu
Doctors & Staff
Show Side Menu
COVID-19 - IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT VISITING THE PRACTICE
PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS - We are not currently accepting paper requests
CORONAVIRUS COMMUNITY SUPPORT HUB East Riding
DR RICHARD'S USEFUL LINKS
How To Find Us
Change of Details
Get Help Sooner - Care Navigation
Improving Access to Primary Care
Over the counter medicines - Don't swallow up your NHS campaign
Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare Services Information
Physiotherapy MSK Service - East Riding
Out of Hours
Fair Processing & Privacy Notice
Consent & Communication Preferences
Patient Representative Group - PRG
Patient Satisfaction Survey Results
Private Charges - Non-NHS Work
Statement of Intent
Zero Tolerance Policy
Accessible Information Standard
Common Health Questions
Conditions A to Z
BBC Health News
Coronavirus: Are dentists open during the lockdown?
08 Apr 2020 18:02
The British Dental Association says dentists are being bombarded by calls from patients in pain.
Coronavirus: Ambulance staff 'feeling unprotected'
08 Apr 2020 08:10
The GMB union says ambulance staff are still being put at risk by a lack of adequate protective equipment.
Coronavirus: Mental health hotline for NHS staff
08 Apr 2020 00:13
Health workers in England can call or text the free number to get support and advice during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: US records highest death toll in single day
08 Apr 2020 19:53
More than 1,800 deaths were recorded on Tuesday including that of influential folk singer John Prine.
Coronavirus: Covid-19 detecting apps face teething problems
08 Apr 2020 14:13
Researchers at two leading universities take different approaches to creating cough-analysing tools.
Coronavirus tests: Cambridge University lab sets daily target of 30,000
08 Apr 2020 10:22
It is part of the government's goal of achieving 100,000 tests each day by the end of April.
ENRICHED and SUMMARY CARE RECORD (SCR)
A summary care record (SCR) is an electronic medical record that contains information about any medicines you are taking, allergies you suffer from and any bad reactions to medicines you have had.
An SCR can help provide vital information to healthcare staff treating you. This will enable them to treat you more quickly and make safer decisions about how best to treat you. Authorised healthcare staff can only view your SCR but only with your consent at that time**.
If you are registered with a GP practice in England you will already have a Summary Care Record (SCR) unless you have previously opted not to have one.
If you do not wish to have a Summary Care Record you can complete an opt out form. The opt out form is available to download (see below) or you can pick up a form from the practice.
Summary Care Record opt out form.pdf
For more information visit the following website at
can now be added to your SCR by the practice and is a summary of information about your medical history. It can include your illnesses and health problems, operations and vaccinations you have had in the past. It can also include your healthcare needs and personal preferences. For further information please click on the link below.
Summary Care Record Additional Information leaflet
If you would like additional information adding to your SCR record please complete the option form which is available to download (see below) or you can pick up a form from the practice.
Adding Additional Information to your SCR option form
** In very exceptional circumstances, your information may be shared without your permission, for example if your life was at risk.
eDSM - ENHANCED DATA SHARING MODEL
At the practice we use a secure electronic health records system called SystmOne. This system once implemented, can allow clinicians,
with your permission
, to share your full record held here with other healthcare services who are providing care for you. These other services will ask your permission to view your record.
SystmOne is currently used in some GP practices, Child Health Services, Community Services, Urgent Care and Out of Hours Services and some Hospitals. Sharing your health record will help us deliver the best level of care for you.
You have two choices which allow you to control how your record is shared, you can change these choices at anytime by informing the practice or the relevant service.
- this controls whether your information recorded at this practice can be shared with other NHS services.
- this controls whether information that has been made shareable at other NHS care services can be viewed by the practice or not
To download the option form please click on the link below or alternatively please ask for a form from the reception.
eDSM option form
Please note as from 1st November 2014 the practice now "Share In" information. This means the practice will be able to view data recorded on your health record by other clinical services that are treating you where you have agreed to make the data shareable.
Download a FAQ sheet
eDSM Patient leaflet.pdf