Health records include information about your health and any care or treatment you have received.
This could be, for example, tests and scans, x-rays, or letters to and from hospice staff.
Recording this information allows health and social care professionals to work with one another more effectively, which supports us to look after you better.
Your records can be written on paper, held on a computer, or both.
You can see your records and get a copy.
For more information on this please see How to apply for access to your health records which will guide you through the process.