On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a new Europe wide data protection regulation comes into effect. This new regulation seeks to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union and grants new and enhanced rights for individuals in relation to their personal information.


What does GDPR mean for you / your child?

GDPR increases and reinforces the rights of individuals in relation to the information we hold about them. Being transparent and providing accessible information to patients / parents and guardians about how we process our patient’s personal information is a key element of the new regulation. We take privacy and the protection of customer data very seriously. We have always attached the highest importance to the security of our patients’ information and will continue to do so going forward. We fully support the enhancements to Data Protection which GDPR will introduce and we have been actively working to implement the changes required to be ready for the new regulation. We include our updated privacy policy and outline our commitment to you / your child under the GDPR in our GDPR Privacy Statement which is linked below on this page.



In line with this new regulation, we wanted to take this opportunity to provide you with more information about the personal information we hold, how we use your / your child’s personal information and the rights you have in relation to your / your child’s personal information. This is explained in our declaration which can be accessed via the link below.


Updated Agreement

We have made minor updates to your terms and conditions to reflect GDPR at our new patient information sheets which can be accessed and requested through our Data Protection Officer, Ms Petra Polonkai via email at


What do you need to do?

No further action is required by you.


Need more information?

If you have any further questions about anything covered here, please contact us at with GDPR placed in the subject field and our dedicated Data Protection Officer, Ms Petra Polonkai will be in contact with you.