GDPR came into force on 25th May 2018, used to create a single set of requirements across Europe, that give individuals more rights and control over how organisations process and store their personal information.
At ADROC Healthcare & Wellbeing, we take privacy and data protection extremely seriously. Part of our vision statement is to respect everyone’s individuality, culture, privacy and dignity. As part of this, we consider every individual's and every organisation's information to be key to our business and we understand that every client and patient trusts us to keep their personal information safe.
At ADROC Healthcare & Wellbeing:
We have a dedicated Data Protection Officer in place who is responsible for the management and audit process of GDPR.
Everyone has the right to withdraw or withhold consent at any given time, at any stage of their journey with us.
If we require to share your information and reports with anyone, we will gain your consent first.
We have established policies for your protection in accordance with our ICO accredited status.
We pride ourselves on a transparent approach to organisations and individuals. Therefore, anyone can access their data at any time upon request.
We will never store and process your data for marketing, unless to assist with the delivery of clinical services.
Organisations and individuals can opt-in to receive marketing. The option is there to opt-out anytime thereafter.
In the very unlikely event that you are not happy with our processes or the handling of data, please contact us, as we pride ourselves on an efficient and transparent approach to resolve any concerns you may have.
For further information about how your data may be processed or any other related queries, please contact our Data Protection Officer at email@example.com
Should you remain dissatisfied you have a right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office on 0303 123 1113 or through their website https://ico.org.uk/