It is the ultimate aim of the NHS to include genome data within patients’ medical records. However, such data is both massive and complex and thus difficult to understand. While improved data storage and access can help in dealing with data scale issues, the complexity of the genome data is reflected in current genome visualisations and user interfaces which have been designed for research use. It is the aim of this feasibility work to explore state of the art in genome annotation visualisations in the biology and computer science community and identify possible ways to simplify these complex visualisations for non-geneticists in the health sector. We will develop a prototype showing how a static genomic visualisation in the R statistical package can be converted into an interactive visualisation tool which will form the basis of the process for providing exploratory tools for clinicians.