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accessing my file on-line | my medical file
Establish on-line accessibility to your medical record, giving you more complete oversight over your medical information. There are many advantages to accessing your information on-line, which includes the ability to view and refresh it wherever you are. When you create an on-line account, you can do so:
Hide or remove any document you don't want to see by accessing and managing your own data-sets. If you are a nominee, please refer to another person's My Medical Records and administer them. When you do not create an account on line, your data is still available and can be uploaded by health care professional and Medicare.
If you do not have on-line account, this means you cannot refresh your account or provide information about your own data set, such as your history of alergies or medication you are taking. Also, you will not be able to do the following yourself, but you can call the hotline and ask for help to see which health organizations or experts have been accessing your data.
Use the registration procedure to create your medical record.
Historical Environmental Record Online: Cumbria County Council
An abbreviated form of the Historical Environmental Record is now available for on-line use. Under" Available Maps", select" Historical Environment" and then use either the wallpaper to find locations in a specific place, the "Current Levels" function to create deployment plans by time frame, or the "Search Tools" function to find specific site and more.
The Historical Environmental Record only contains the point dates for the HER site and the name of the site. HER on-line does not contain any information on archeological occurrences, the Urban Archeological Database or the Historic England map series. HER on-line does not contain information on planned historic landmarks and protected structures available from Historic England.
Historical Environment Online is only periodically refreshed, and for the latest information the user must attend the HER. Website terminology used: See the Historic English language glossary at the following page for site type terminology. Prehistorical, ancient Rome, early medieval, medieval, post-medieval, modern, unknown. According to the Portable Antiquities Scheme approval, find spots are shown here only as 6-digit raster reference (i.e. for the next 1 km).
Find Spot " is the nationwide acceptable word, not the kind of searching, so you have to browse the site name for certain elements.