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Freedom of Information

As an open and transparent organisation we are committed to routinely publishing as much information as possible. Before making a freedom of information request, please refer to our publication scheme, or view our Disclosure Log, where we regularly publish responses to the requests the CCG has received. It may be that we have already published the information you need.

If you would like information which is not currently on our website, you can ask us for it in accordance with further provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and of the Environmental Information Regulations 2005.

Your request for information should be sent to:

Post: NHS Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Clinical Commissioning Group, PO Box 100, Rochdale, OL16 9NP

By law, we have to deal with requests within 20 working days.

If you make a request and are not satisfied with the way we deal with it, you can ask us to review any decision we make. Any review will normally be under the control and direction of a senior member of staff who had no involvement in the original decision to process. If you wish us to undertake such a review, in the first instance, you should write to Patient Services at the above address.

If you remain dissatisfied with the conclusion of any review, you can complain to the Information Commissioner:

Office of the Information Commissioner
Wycliffe House
Water Lane

Tel: 0303 123 1113 or 01625 545745

The Freedom of Information Act and the associated Fees Regulations stipulate that we cannot levy a fee for information, unless there is a statutory basis for doing so or the amount of time taken to locate the information exceeds 18 hours.

However, we are allowed to charge for disbursements related to the provision of information and any reformatting requested by the applicant, provided we make sure applicants are aware of any charges which may be made.

No charges will be made for any information accessed through our website. For any information provided in hard copy and where there is no statutory provision for charges, our rates for photocopying, reformatting and postage will be provided in advance on application.

For further details about the provision of information, or if you have any difficulty accessing information provided on our website, please contact the Patient Services team.