Your Right to Privacy
We take the privacy of your protected health information very seriously. It is our
goal to safeguard your information from inappropriate use or disclosure. We have
taken many steps to ensure the safekeeping of your data, the security of your communications
with us, and disclosure of only information necessary to fulfill our role as your
The following items provide details of our privacy and security processes.
- Web Privacy Statement: This statement provides information
concerning our website, how it works and how we protect you when you visit the
site or provide information through the site.
- Notice of Privacy Practices: This notice outlines
your rights in regard to the protected health information we create and maintain
about you, as well as how you can exercise your rights. It also describes how we
use your protected health information. In addition, you always have the right to
a paper copy of this notice, which can be requested through our customer service
- Financial Information Privacy Notice: This notice provides
information on how we handle financial information about you.
- File a Complaint: If you feel your privacy rights have
been violated, you have the right to file a complaint with us or with the Department
of Health and Human Services.
- Privacy Request Forms: These printable forms allow
you to exercise your privacy rights in the most efficient manner. By printing, completing
and sending these forms to the Privacy Office, your request will be processed efficiently
because we will have the information needed to fulfill the request.