Freedom of Information

What is Freedom of Information (FOI)?

The Freedom of Information Act 2014 gives you certain legal rights when you are dealing with public bodies.

You have the right to:

  • access records held by the hospital, as detailed in section 11 of the Act
  • have your personal information amended where it is incomplete, incorrect or misleading, as detailed in section 9 of the Act
  • receive reasons for our decisions that affect you

NRH records affected by the FOI Act 2014 include:

  • All records relating to personal information, including information held in patient and staff records
  • All other records created on or after 21 October 1998 (non-personal information)

The Act allows the hospital to limit access to some information in certain circumstances; you will be given a full explanation if this occurs.

Link to: Freedom of Information Act 2014

NRH Hospital Privacy Policy

If you have any questions about National Rehabilitation Hospital’s Privacy Policy, or about the collection of personally identifiable information or information generally, please contact

Link to further information on the NRH Website Privacy Policy

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