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View your medical records

Your GP stores your medical data on a computer. You can log in securely via the app. That way, you have your health information at your fingertips.

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What can you see in your medical file?

For example, your medical file states:

The advice of your GP

The results of lab tests

An overview of your (long-term) medication(s)

Recent appointments with the GP

Reports from medical specialists

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Where can I view my information?

You can easily access your medical records and lab/exam results through the Quin app or the patient portal.

Please note: in order to view your data via the Quin-app you need an account at the patient portal. Click here to find out how to create an account.


Giving access

Let others see your medical file?

You can allow your medical file to be viewed by other people. For example, a family member or a good friend who helps with your healthcare. First, think about whether it’s OK for someone else to see your information. Don’t just give away your personal information for no reason.

Sometimes insurers, councils or another party will ask for details about your health. Often, you are not obliged to provide this information. In some cases, it may be that you do want to share your information: if this is the case, never hand over your entire medical file. Only provide the specific information that is needed.

If you are in doubt about giving your medical information to someone, discuss this with the GP or practice assistant. They will be able to help you.

Your details are personal. Never give your login details to anyone.

Security & Privacy

Is my information safe?

Only the GP, practice staff members and you can see your information. Your details are safe and other people cannot see them. You can view your information once you are securely logged in.

The Quin-app is CE-certified as Class 1 medical device and meets the legal requirements. All your information is treated securely and confidentially and is only used if you give us permission to do so.