You have the Right to be informed of the processing that takes place within an organisation that might require the processing of Personal or Special Categories of personal data.  For more information on the types of data please go to Your Information.

You have the Right of Access and are entitled to access the personal information we hold on you.  You have the right to obtain this information in a Data Portability format; i.e. an electronic format of this information. This type of access is referred to as a Subject Access Request. Any requests made will be jointly managed by both CCG and SCW staff (where this is appropriate and we are under contract to do so) unless you specifically state in your request that you do not wish this to happen.

You can exercise the right for your information only to be processed for your Direct Care, please see our page on the National Data Opt-Out for further details.

Should you wish to exercise this right please contact: 

Governance Team
SCW Commissioning Support Unit
Omega House
Eastleigh
Hampshire
SO50 5PB

You have the Right to rectification meaning that if you are aware of a mistake in the information held on you then contact the service you supplied your information to for rectification of your record.

If you do not wish to consent to your personal information being shared with us, or have any concerns or questions about the use of your personal information, you have the Right to Object.  Please Contact us should you wish to discuss this.

Your Right to erasure means you have the right to ‘be forgotten’ unless there is an overriding legal requirement to retain the information held on you. It is a statutory responsibility for the NHS to retain a record of Health care events; i.e. a medical record. All Health related records are held in line with the NHS Records Management Code of Practice 2016 retention schedules unless otherwise stated.

If you wish to discuss the content of your medical record then please contact the medical record holding organisation to address your concerns.

You have the Right to restrict processing or suppress the use of your personal data.  However, it is a statutory responsibility for the NHS to retain a record of Health care events; i.e. a medical record.

If you wish to discuss the content of your medical record then please contact the medical record holding organisation to address your concerns.

If you wish to withhold your consent to share your personal information it may seriously impact on the services and responses we can offer you. The individual teams that have requested your consent for processing will be able to help with any concerns you may have with the use of your personal information.

You can exercise the right for your information only to be processed for your Direct Care, please see our page on the National Data Opt-Out for further details.