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How to Choose Private Doctors Reading?
One great benefit of choosing private doctors Reading service is being able to choose the consultant and surgeon you work with, but you may still be wondering how to choose between them.

Advice and Recommendations from Your GP
The first step in getting private treatment is to talk to your GP, which makes it a good place to start. Your GP should have several recommendations for you depending on your health needs and condition. There’s no need to take the recommendation of your GP, but they will have some of the best recommendations because they understand the specialism and reputation of private doctors Reading.

Restrictions of Medical Insurance
Sometimes a private medical insurance policy will place limits on the choice of private doctors you can use. Some of them will even require you to let them choose the consultant for you. BUPA have an Open Referral Scheme that gives you only two or three specialists you can choose from.

You could find that your insurance company refuses to cover the full cost of treatment if you don’t use one of their consultants and the cost exceeds the price that you would have paid.

Think About your Priorities
You need to consider why you decided to go private when choosing a consultant. If you wanted to go private for faster treatment, then you need to find one that is readily available. If you wanted high-quality treatment then you need to choose a consultant at a hospital that you feel meets your expectations for quality. Also, think about how far you would need to be traveling to meet the consultant; how far would be too far away for you?

Interview The Consultant and The Team
You only get one chance to make a good first impression, and that first impression counts for a lot. That’s why you should arrange a meeting with a prospective consultant and their team. How they deal with the inquiry will tell you a lot about how you can expect them to deal with you in general.

After choosing a consultant you should make an appointment with them. Keep in mind that you won’t have a set course of treatment. If you aren’t able to properly communicate with the consultant, if they leave you uncomfortable, or you aren’t happy for any other reason, then you don’t need to go through with the treatment. While you may need to pay for a consultancy with new private doctors Reading, it would be better than getting private treatment with a physician you aren’t happy – or confident – with.

It’s not as difficult to choose a private doctor as you might think. Get some good recommendations from your GP or your friends and family, and you can take it from there. Think about what you need from your consultant and make an appointment with them to see what they are like. Don’t forget to consider your medical insurance to ensure that you are fully covered.

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Privacy notice to patients

We will keep your records safely

This practice complies with the Data Protection Act (1998) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018. This means that we will ensure that your information is processed fairly and lawfully.

What personal information do we need to hold?

• Your past and current medical and dental condition; personal details such as your age, address, telephone number and your general medical practitioner
• We may need to request details of your NHS number and entitlement to healthcare treatment
• Radiographs, clinical photographs, ultrasound imaging and study models
• Information about the treatment that we have provided or propose and its cost
• Notes of conversations or incidents that might occur for which a record needs to be kept
• Records of consent to treatment
• Any correspondence relating to you with other health care professionals, for example in the hospital or community services.

Why do we hold this information?

We need to keep accurate personal data about patients in order to provide you with safe and appropriate dental care.

Retaining information

We are required to retain your medical records, ultrasound imaging, X- rays and study models while you are a patient of this practice and after you cease to be a patient, for at least eleven years or until age 25, whichever is the longer.


Your information is held in the practice’s computer system. The information is only accessible to authorised personnel. Personal information will not be removed from this practice without the patients authorised consent. Your personal information is carefully protected by the staff at this practice. All access to information is held securely and can only be accessed by regularly changed passwords. Data is encrypted and computer terminals are closed if unattended.

We may need to disclose your information

In order to provide proper and safe dental care to:
• Your general medical practitioner
• The hospital or community dental services
• Other health professionals caring for you
• Private dental schemes of which you are a member.

Disclosure will take place on a ‘need-to-know’ basis, so that only those individuals/organisations who need to know in order to provide care to you (whose personnel are covered by strict confidentiality rules) will be given the information. Only information that the recipient needs to know will be disclosed.

In very limited circumstances or when required by law or a court order, personal data may have to be disclosed to a third party not connected with your health care. In all other situations, disclosure that is not covered by this Code of Practice will only occur when we have your specific consent. Where possible you will be informed of these requests for disclosure.