If you can`t find what you`re looking for or find a faulty link, email NSWPATH-Policy@health.nsw.gov.au First browse our website to see if this information is already available. If this is not the case, please contact NSW Health Pathology at NSWPATH-GIPA@health.nsw.gov.au or by phone on 61 2 4920 4000 and request this information. We will then decide whether the information you want: NSW Health Pathology works with the Ministry of Health and its clients to ensure the effective provision of public pathology and scientific medical services in nSW. A Health Consumers NSW consumer representative and clinicians from various local NSW health districts are represented in our Clinical Council. NSW Health Pathology conducts patient and client surveys to gain insight into the services we provide and potential gains. Staff, clinicians and clients are involved in a number of consultation processes, including pathology laboratory changes or new capital developments. We offer specialized pathology, forensics and scientific analysis services for our health and justice systems. You can learn more about us, our services and what we do on this site. Copies of the results of the pathology may be requested from the doctor who requested the test. If you have not received the necessary information in another way, you can ask us for certain information in writing by filling out an access form (PDF 133.3KB) with a registration fee of USD 30 and proof of identity. If requested, they can contact the NSW Health Pathology Release of Information Officer by phone `61 2 4920 4000 or e-mail NSWPATH-GIPA@health.nsw.gov.au or email us at: Release of Information Officer NSW Health Pathology BOX PO 846 NEWCASTLE NSW 2300 Am 1.
A new right to information came into effect on July 1, 2010 and was replaced by the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act). The GIPA Act creates new rights to information in order to meet the Community`s expectations for a more open and transparent government. It encourages government agencies to proactively disclose government information. We welcome your feedback and see this as an opportunity to improve our performance. Visit here to find a return method that`s right for you. These requests do not require a formal request for access or fees, but additional charges may be incurred, for example. B for copying. For more information from NSW Health Pathology, an application can be made at any time. Although we reserve the right to request formal access to the application, we generally provide the following types of information in response to informal applications: we publish a certain amount of information on this site.
Follow the links to find ours: access a non-coronal autopsy report by contacting the doctor treating the deceased or the medical records department of the treating hospital. When NSW Health Pathology defines formal requests for access that may be of interest to the public, it publishes details of these insets on this site, as required by the GIPA Act. To obtain a copy of a coronary autopsy report, a written request must be made to the Coroner. The GIPA Act encourages NSW Health Pathology to disclose as much information as possible appropriately, free of charge (or at the lowest reasonable costs). For more information, please contact the Information Officer on 61 2 4920 4000. Our policy library contains guidelines, procedures, policies and supporting materials. The results of the pathology are part of a patient`s medical record. These are generally called in accordance with the Health Privacy Act 2002 (HRIPA) by contacting the hospital or doctor`s office in which you received your treatment.
The following information describes the basic structure and functions of NSW Health Pathology, the different types of information we will contain, and how you can access that information.