View your records online
View recent test results, letters, discharge summaries, and appointment dates on your computer, phone, or tablet with Care information exchange.
Care information exchange is powered by Patients Know Best.
Care information exchange
With Care information exchange, you can see your recent health information online, which may include:
- blood test results
- x-rays and scan results
- letters and discharge summaries
- past and future appointment dates and times
You’ll also see information from other healthcare providers in north west London, if you use them:
- Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
- West Middlesex Hospital.
Register for a Care information exchange account
To access Care information exchange, you’ll need an NHS login.
You may already have an NHS login if you use certain online GP services, or if you registered to access your Covid vaccination history.
Sign up to Care information exchange
Once you’ve created your NHS login, you can sign into Care information exchange and start accessing your medical records online.
Once you’ve connected your NHS login with your Care information exchange account, you can also access your information via the NHS app.
Your invitation to Care information exchange
Only you and your clinicians have access to your data, and they will only use your information for direct care and treatment.
You can choose to share your information with your family and careers, and other healthcare professionals like your GP, if you wish.
Opting out of Care information exchange
If you don’t want to access your information online, email the Care information exchange team.
You records will still be available via Care information exchange so our healthcare professionals can use your information for direct care and treatment.
Information we cannot give you access to
We cannot give you access to information that:
- has been provided about you by someone else if they haven’t given permission for you to see it
- relates to criminal offences
- is used to detect or prevent crime
- could cause physical or emotional harm to you or someone else.
Remember, accessing information that you are not entitled to is a criminal offence.