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Dr Jeremy Pawley, Dr Simon Hill


Dr Kim Purvis and Dr Samantha Cooke

Welcome to 

Main Road
GL20 7QN

01684 773444 

Please forward all correspondence to: hwccg.bredonhillsurgery@nhs.net



If you need to order medication or have a query the dispensary e-mail address is


Please be advised we do not currently confirm receipt of your e-mail. All requests will be dealt with on the day. E-mails received after 5pm on a Friday may not be dealt with until Monday morning



For information with regards to the COVID-19 vaccination and appointments please see the news tab

Summary Care Record


There is a Central NHS Computer System called the Summary Care Record (SCR).  The Summary Care Record is designed to assist doctors and nurses care for you by providing essential medical information about you.


Initially, it will only contain your medication and allergies.


Staff who work in the NHS can access the SCR. It may also contain your medical summary, information from hospitals, out of hours services and letters from specialists.


Your information will be extracted from practices such as ours and held on central NHS databases.   

As with all systems there are pros and cons to think about. 

When you speak to an emergency doctor you may overlook something that is important, however if they have access to your medical record this might be avoided. 

You should be asked to give your consent each time a member of NHS Staff wishes to access your record, unless you are medically unable to do so.


You may have strong views about sharing your personal information and wish to keep your information only at the level of your GP practice.  


Connecting for Health (CfH), the government agency responsible for the Summary Care Record have agreed with doctors’ leaders that new patients registering with a practice should be able to decide whether or not their information is uploaded to the Central NHS Computer System.


For existing patients it is assumed that you consent for your record to be uploaded to the Central NHS Computer System unless you actively opt out.


For further information visit the HSCIC Website


If you choose to opt out of the scheme, then you will need to complete an opt out form and bring it along to the surgery.  For a copy of the opt out form please see the downloadable surgery forms section of our website. 



Fed up of repeating yourself?


If you or someone you care for is in contact with a number of different health professionals then it might benefit you, or the person you support, to have additional information added to your/their SCR.

It is quick and easy to do and will allow authorised health staff in hospitals, community teams and the ambulance service to see much more information about you, information that is only currently stored and only seen by your GP.


Currently everyone registered with a GP practice has a Summary Care Record. This provides all authorised health professionals with basic information on any medication you may take and if you have any allergies.

By consenting to add additonal information to this record NHS pprofessioanls will be able to see much more about you including :

any long term conditions;

relevent medical history;

why you need a particular medicine;

your health preferences;

your personal preferences such as any legal decisions you may have made


How to add additional information to your SCR

Complete a form - available at the surgery or speak to reception.


Only authorised NHS staff can access this information. They will only access the information when it is important and necessary to do so


What about sensative information? Specific sensative information such as any fertility treatments, sexually transmitted infections, pregnancy terminations or gender reassigment will not be included, unless you specifically ask for these items to be included.


What if someone you know is unable to do this for themselves? You can consent on someone's behalf if you have the legal authority to do do. If not you can contact reception and discuss making a request tho their GP who can make the decision on their behalf..



For more details visit https://digital.nhs.uk/services/summary-care-records-scr/summary-care-records-scr-information-for-patients

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