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Your health records

General Data Protection Regulation allows you to make a request in writing for a copy of the information held about you on a computer or manually. This is called a subject access request.

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How long do we keep your information

The Department of Health requires that health care providers retain patient records for a specific period of time after the end of care. For adults this will normally be 8 years after the date we last treated you and for children until your 25th birthday.

Employee records are retained for 8 years after they have either retired or left the organisation.

All paper patient/employee records are held in a secure archive facility and are securely destroyed when the retention period expires.

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