I will find out in due course but was wondering if GPs annotate details of telephone conversations with their patients in the records, particularly in the old days pre-computer when there was those brown folders they wrote things down in (solicitor told me what they were called but I can't remember think they are named after somebody)
Cutting a very long story short I am in the early stages of a clinical negligence case. As well as surgery and home visits I made several calls to my GP in a matter of days. My solicitor says there should be a record of them but I'm thinking due to time pressures on GPs are they more likely not to record them??
All the records have been called for but may take some time to be received. I am also slightly sceptical that the old manual records can be 'amended'