Drs Rasul & Thompson

Formerly Dr Webster & Partners

Close this search box.

Upload a File or Photo

If you have been asked to send a clinical photo, or document please use the upload form below. It is very simple to use.  

This will then be sent to our secure NHS mailbox and any photos or documents added to you clinical record. Please do not upload documents or images unless you have spoken to our team first. Any uploads not requested by a clinician or other Practice team member will be deleted.

Your GP may ask you to send photographs to assist with diagnosis. As such these images will then become part of your medical record and will be treated with the same standards of Confidentiality as any other part of your medical record. The image(s) will be reviewed by the requesting clinician, but may be shared with other members of the practice team if appropriate, or forwarded to other health care professionals for advice. Any member of the practice team who may have access to such images is duty bound by strict Confidentiality standards. All medical records are held on a secure practice server. Please notify the Practice if you have any concerns about this. We will normally contact you within the next 24 to 48 hours, (1 to 2 full working days) once your information has been reviewed.

Here is our 10 step guide for taking the most helpful photos for our clinicians
  1. Use best quality phone (or digital) camera you have – the higher the megapixels the better
  2. When taking photos take several then edit.
  3. Make sure skin area is well lit.
  4. Try to always orientate the photos such that person’s head at top of image.
  5. Take a photo from a distance so that the lesion or rash has context (e.g. the whole of person’s back)  then a mid-close up with an anatomical marker (e.g. navel).
  6. For close-up photos of lesion (e.g. a mole) try to take from 20cm away from skin- take two images from different angles keeping the lesion in centre of image.
  7. Place a ruler or tape next to lesion (if possible) so we have a sense of its size.
  8. If possible, place a solid neutral colour (e.g. a towel) in background.
  9. Disregard any poor images (e.g. out of focus), send only the best ones.
  10. You can send as JPEG or whatever format your phone/camera uses.

Please ensure you enter your correct email address, the practice will not be held responsible for incorrect information entered by the user.

File upload
Enter Email – Please ensure you check your email address
Please use format day/month/year e.g. 12/05/1979
Any uploads not requested by a clinician or other Practice team member will be deleted.
What are you uploading?

Image of your condition

To help us to make an assessment on your condition please upload two images. Try not to upload very close up pictures of the area as it makes assessing the condition more difficult and do not upload images of intimate areas, unless instructed to do so by a clinician.

Include things like when the pain, bleeding, itching or triggers started and any thoughts about what may have caused it.
File Upload *

Maximum file size: 10MB

Please upload your files to the practice here. We accept tiff, jpg, png, gif, txt, Word and pdf files, up to a total upload size of 10MB.

Privacy Policy

This form collects your name, date of birth, email, other personal information and medical details. This is to confirm you are registered with the practice, to allow the practice team to contact you and also to update your medical records held by the practice and our partners in the NHS. Please read our Privacy Policy to discover how we protect and manage your submitted data.