This privacy statement applies to this website.
Links within these sites to other websites are not covered by the policy.
This statement outlines how we will use and protect information that you provide to us about yourself under the following headings:
1. Your Personal Data
We may collect personal information about you if, for example, you take part in a consultation or survey, use any online forms or questionnaires, or when you email us your details in relation to a query. We also collect information if you apply to register with us as a new patient/client. Third parties
We have contracts with other organisations (or third parties) to carry out certain activities or services on our behalf. If we need to pass any of your personal data to them, we will make sure that:
We also have agreements with third parties in relation to data sharing. For information in relation to those agreements please contact us.
We may also from time to time disclose information to third parties such as government bodies, educational establishments or law enforcement agencies for research purposes, or to produce anonymised statistics. In such cases we would ensure completion of an agreed contract which will ensure that any personal data passed to them is protected in that:
2. Data Protection Act 1998
You may obtain confirmation of the basic information that we hold about you at any time. If it is incorrect, we will promptly correct it when we have received the appropriate notice or evidence from you in writing.
You are also able to make a request for all information that we hold about you under section 7 of the Data Protection Act 1998. This request must be made in writing and any charge applicable at the time will be notified to you on receipt of the request. Please contact us.
If you do not want cookies to be created on your computer, modern web browsers give you the option to disable them. Please bear in mind that some personalised services on our website may not be available if you choose to disable cookies.
We use Google Analytics (GA4) and Google signals to collect data about the traffic that our website receives to better understand where our traffic is coming from and how the website is being used. This allows us to ensure that we are providing a positive browsing experience for all our users. The information gathered and available to us is anonymised and never shared with third-party vendors.
Information collected by Google may include end user location, search history, YouTube history and data from sites that partner with Google. The data that you choose to share with Google whilst logged in to your account can be accessed and/or deleted via this link: Manage My Activity.
4. Website Security
We are careful to guard the security of your personal data and the details of any transactions you make with us over the Internet. We do this by putting in place and carefully administering a secure IT infrastructure in accordance with industry standards and good practice. We also arrange for audit of our systems by independent experts.