Answered By: Matthew Donnelly
Last Updated: Jun 06, 2019     Views: 13

No, we don't.

Generally, health and care records are held by the organisation that provides the health service, for example a GP practice or optician.

Records for unregistered or deceased individuals are held by the national authority, for example NHS England.

Health and care records are confidential, so you can only access someone else's records with the appropriate authorisation.

You can find more information about health and care records here.

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