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All, Does my patients summary care record have to have everything on it ie minor conditions too or will just ongoing and past significant conditions be ok as my doctor has just put those on. Will that be enough on the summary for Knightsbridge or will the want the minor conditions on it too? 


Late 2016: Met playing Clash of Kings the West

Feb 2017: Started online "dating"

May 2017: Met in Orlando

July 2017: Arkansas and Seminole (1 night) visit

October 2017: Washington DC visit.

December 2017: Seminole OKC home visit and Amanda  met Chayne's kids and dad.

January 2018:  York England visit Chayne met Amanda's son.

April 2018: London/Paris/York visit we got engaged on April 6th!!

April 19th 2018: packet sent

April 23rd 2018: USPS say packet signed for.

April 25th 2018: Electronic NOA1 received 

April 26th 2018: Cheque Cashed

April 30th 2018: hard copy NOA1 received

June 2018: Seminole visit, Amanda met Chayne's  adult son

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, AmandaandChayne said:

All, Does my patients summary care record have to have everything on it ie minor conditions too or will just ongoing and past significant conditions be ok as my doctor has just put those on. Will that be enough on the summary for Knightsbridge or will the want the minor conditions on it too? 

I think they want anything your doctor gives you just as a reference, even if it's blank. It should be a print out available on NHS, not something your doctor creates for the occasion.

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4 minutes ago, Wuozopo said:

I think they want anything your doctor gives you just as a reference, even if it's blank. It should be a print out available on NHS, not something your doctor creates for the occasion.

Everything? Every sore throat, stubbed toe, gastric issue (which led to my significant previous investigations) multiple chest infections, yeast infections etc etc sigh surely they don’t need to know about every time I had hay fever or a respiratory infection or a tummy bug etc when the overall conditions are listed in my past significant issues. 

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Late 2016: Met playing Clash of Kings the West

Feb 2017: Started online "dating"

May 2017: Met in Orlando

July 2017: Arkansas and Seminole (1 night) visit

October 2017: Washington DC visit.

December 2017: Seminole OKC home visit and Amanda  met Chayne's kids and dad.

January 2018:  York England visit Chayne met Amanda's son.

April 2018: London/Paris/York visit we got engaged on April 6th!!

April 19th 2018: packet sent

April 23rd 2018: USPS say packet signed for.

April 25th 2018: Electronic NOA1 received 

April 26th 2018: Cheque Cashed

April 30th 2018: hard copy NOA1 received

June 2018: Seminole visit, Amanda met Chayne's  adult son

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Wuozopo said:

I think they want anything your doctor gives you just as a reference, even if it's blank. It should be a print out available on NHS, not something your doctor creates for the occasion.

Where do I get that?


Late 2016: Met playing Clash of Kings the West

Feb 2017: Started online "dating"

May 2017: Met in Orlando

July 2017: Arkansas and Seminole (1 night) visit

October 2017: Washington DC visit.

December 2017: Seminole OKC home visit and Amanda  met Chayne's kids and dad.

January 2018:  York England visit Chayne met Amanda's son.

April 2018: London/Paris/York visit we got engaged on April 6th!!

April 19th 2018: packet sent

April 23rd 2018: USPS say packet signed for.

April 25th 2018: Electronic NOA1 received 

April 26th 2018: Cheque Cashed

April 30th 2018: hard copy NOA1 received

June 2018: Seminole visit, Amanda met Chayne's  adult son

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, AmandaandChayne said:

Everything? Every sore throat, stubbed toe, gastric issue (which led to my significant previous investigations) multiple chest infections, yeast infections etc etc sigh surely they don’t need to know about every time I had hay fever or a respiratory infection or a tummy bug etc when the overall conditions are listed in my past significant issues. 

I didn't say EVERYTHING. I said anything your doctor gives you, meaning "that's what I was given as my NHS summary so take it or leave it." It may list small things or big things.  

 

If you have had surgeries, diabetes, depression, cancer, heart disease, arthritis, ulcers, kidney transplant, schizophrenia, etc, etc, etc THEN you ask your doctor to write a short report on the big things because Knightsbridge want to see it in medical terms as to when, why, cured, prognosis, meds etc.

 

Everybody brings a short summary. Only people with previous or ongoing health concerns brings a specially written report. 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Wuozopo said:

I didn't say EVERYTHING. I said anything your doctor gives you, meaning "that's what I was given as my NHS summary so take it or leave it." It may list small things or big things.  

 

If you have had surgeries, diabetes, depression, cancer, heart disease, arthritis, ulcers, kidney transplant, schizophrenia, etc, etc, etc THEN you ask your doctor to write a short report on the big things because Knightsbridge want to see it in medical terms as to when, why, cured, prognosis, meds etc.

 

Everybody brings a short summary. Only people with previous or ongoing health concerns brings a specially written report. 

 

 

Ahhh so I think my GP may be on the right track then my significant past pretty much sunmarises  the culminations of some of my minor records. He was printing off my ongoing and significant summaries.  Patient access doesn’t have my summary care record as I opted out of data sharing when they brought it in as my son who has worked on their computer systems said “don’t do it”. 

Thanks 


Late 2016: Met playing Clash of Kings the West

Feb 2017: Started online "dating"

May 2017: Met in Orlando

July 2017: Arkansas and Seminole (1 night) visit

October 2017: Washington DC visit.

December 2017: Seminole OKC home visit and Amanda  met Chayne's kids and dad.

January 2018:  York England visit Chayne met Amanda's son.

April 2018: London/Paris/York visit we got engaged on April 6th!!

April 19th 2018: packet sent

April 23rd 2018: USPS say packet signed for.

April 25th 2018: Electronic NOA1 received 

April 26th 2018: Cheque Cashed

April 30th 2018: hard copy NOA1 received

June 2018: Seminole visit, Amanda met Chayne's  adult son

 

 

 

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