(For treatment side effects and complications only)
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 provides you the right to access recorded information held by public authorities. The Trust is obliged to publish certain information about our activities, and the public are entitled to request information from the Trust.
How to make an FOI request
2. Give a clear description of the information you require
3. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a letter to the address at the bottom of this page
4. We will respond to your request within 20 working days
A person may ask for any information that is held by a public authority although this does not mean that the authority is always obliged to provide the information. In some cases, there will be good reason why an authority should not make public some or all of the information requested. In addition, the FOI Act contains a number of exemptions that allow authorities to withhold some types of information. Different exemptions apply to different types of information.
You can submit an FOI request by using one of the methods listed below:
Document Control Manager & Freedom of Information Lead,
The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust
By completing the form below (Note- all fields within this form are marked as mandatory. Please ensure that when completing the form you enter either a postal address or email address as a minimum, as we will need at least one of these in order to respond to your request. If you choose to only complete one of these fields and the information is not accurate, we will be unable to respond to you. If you do not wish to supply both of these then please enter 'N/A' in the appropriate box.)
Please supply your full name and be careful to enter your e-mail/postal address accurately as we need it in order to reply to you.