If you receive care at our facilities and also need to visit another healthcare practitioner, this Notice does not apply to how we handle your PHI at those other offices. The healthcare professional may have his or her own privacy notice too, so make sure to read it to find out how your PHI will be handled.
No conflict of interest
On our site, we do not run ads or other advertising as a means of generating revenue. This site receives no funding from advertising or external sources, and there are no conflicts of interest to disclose.
Visitor information: what do we collect?
When you visit our sites, the server may record information such as your web request, internet protocol address, and browser type. Additionally, we work with business partners who may have access to your name and address. Our policy is to limit the use of this data by only sharing it with those who need it.
We collect information in a variety of ways, including when you use our site, create an account, subscribe to our newsletter, fill out a form, or comment on our blog. We may also ask for your name, email address, phone number, and mailing address so we can refer you to an appropriate treatment center. If you choose to make purchases through the site, we’ll need payment information like your credit or ebit card numbers.
From time to time, we may monitor or record telephone conversations for reasons such as quality assurance and training. Plus, this also helps us protect our rights.
Our sites handle do-not-track signals in what ways?
Some browsers, like Chrome, have implemented a “Do Not Track” (DNT) feature that sends signals to websites, telling them not to track you. However, there is not yet an agreed-upon way of responding to the browser’s DNT signals. Until there is a standardized response, we do not currently respond.
No personal information is collected knowingly from children under thirteen, nor are the sites directed to them.
We want to ensure that the information you share with us stays private and won’t be used inappropriately. That being said, email emails can never be 100% confidential because of the risks outlined below. However, if you or anyone else misuses your email address for any personal reasons, Ace Medical isn’t liable for that misuse.
We take every step we can to maintain the security of your information. A number of technological, physical, administrative, and logical measures have been taken to protect it from unwelcome access. In some cases, even though we follow reasonable procedures to guard the information in our possession, unauthorized third parties may still be able to access it.
All content on the site is intended for informational purposes. It should be noted that some of the information found here is written by non-medical professionals and should not be construed as a substitute for professional medical advice, treatment, or diagnosis. If you’re feeling distressed or in pain, please seek advice from a qualified medical professional. If you’re feeling suicidal or thinking about harming yourself, please go to your local emergency room or call 911.
We provide links to external sites and other internet resources so our visitors can have access to a variety of informational materials. We cannot control the availability of these external sites or resources, and we do not endorse or promote any of the products, services, or opinions contained there.