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Updated: July 2013
Brooke Street Medical Centre aims to provide excellence in quality of care to patients at all times. It is expected that both the clinician and patient will work in partnership to achieve the best health outcomes for the patient.
Outcomes in health care are therefore a shared responsibility between the patient and their health service provider.
Where patients have pathology or radiology tests ordered, or referrals made to specialists, results of these may be required before decisions about further treatment are made.
While Brooke Street Medical Centre has systems in place to follow-up results of tests and referrals, it is expected that patients also play a role in ensuring that follow-up occurs.
Patients should ensure they have discussed with their GP (at the time tests are ordered / referrals are made) how their results will be followed up.
In the event that patients do not have a clear plan for receiving their results / reports etc they should call the Practice and ask to speak to their GP. Patients should not assume that “no news is good news”.
The patient therefore shares responsibility with the GP for ensuring that results and reports are followed up.
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