Our website address is: https://internationalsos.no
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International SOS collects occupational health information in an electronic medical record system where collected data is stored securely either in the company record or in the patient record. International SOS’s medical professionals have authorized access to the records.
When our clients (customer employees) receive occupational health services or medical care from our health professionals we have a duty to keep a patient record in accordance with Norwegian law. In the patient record we record the information that is necessary to provide the right service or treatment, like medical history, previous treatments, use of medication, prescriptions, diagnoses, test results and information from other medical providers.
Access to patient records are limited to health professionals only who are involved in providing medical care. The health legislation provides guidance on how to record, access and manage medical records. Access logs to our medical record system are kept.
Due to the nature of our services (occupational health) we are obliged to keep records for at least 60 years. You may have a copy of your record by submitting a request in writing or asking your treating physician during your consultation.
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