Freedom of Information Publication Scheme

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Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, every public authoritiy has a duty to specify what information they publish, how the information is made available and whether it is free or if there is a charge.  

Our publication scheme explains what information we provide to the public. Wherever possible, we will make it it easy for you to access. The information is provided in a set format, classed into the seven categories below.

Information categories

  • How we make decisions

    1. board papers – agenda, supporting papers and minutes
    2. patient and public invovlement strategy (PPI) - see our members section for ways to get involved
    3. public consultations (for example concerning closures/variations of services) – see our publications section and board minutes.
  • Our policies and procedures

    Specific policies and procedures are available on request. Electronic or single print copies are free of charge. Please contact us to request a policy or procedure.

  • Lists and registers

    Please email our Freedom of Information team at foi@gstt.nhs.uk or write to the information governance team: first floor, North Wing, St Thomas' Hospital, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7EH. 

  • Services we offer

    1. clinical and non clinical services provided and/or commissioned – see our services section.
    2. patient information leaflets and other booklets and newsletters – see our patient publications page.
    3. patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) – see the PALS page for more information.
    4. advice and guidance – see our PALS page.
    5. corporate communications and media releases – see our news and events section.

 

Request information 

If you need information not available via the Publication Scheme, please contact us.

Archives

Records that we no longer need for business purposes are stored at the London Metropolitan Archives:

Tel: 020 7332 3820
Email: lma@corpoflondon.gov.uk
Address: 40 Northampton Road, London EC1R 0HB