Website privacy policy

This website ("Website") is owned and operated by Rogers Memorial Hospitals (“Rogers”, "we", "us").   This Privacy Policy ("Policy") explains how we collect, use and disclose personally identifiable information that we collect from you when you use the Website.  If you do not agree to the collection, use and disclosure of your information as described in this Policy, you may not use the Website.  By using the Website, you agree to the collection, use and disclosure of your information as described in this Policy. This is a legally binding agreement.

Rogers respects the privacy of all visitors to its website. No personal information that you provide on our website is ever given, rented, shared, sold or transferred to any third party for their benefit.  Rogers may use third parties to provide services on Rogers' behalf.

The Website is intended for use by individuals 18 years of age and older.  We do not intend to collect information on anyone under 13 years old, and anyone under 13 years old cannot use this Website without the approval of a parent or guardian.  All use of this Website must comply with all applicable laws.  Further, this Website is intended for use in the United States only. Any use outside of the United States is at your sole risk. You may not use this Website in violation of any export laws or data privacy or security laws.

We use cookies to help operate the Website. Cookies are small files with limited amounts of data, which may include an anonymous identifier, that are sent from the Website to your device.  Cookies help us deliver better content and services to you from the Website. You can refuse to accept cookies, but the Website may not operate properly.

Information voluntarily given to us for purposes of online orders, email inquiries, newsletter subscription, workshop registration or requests for information will be used only to fulfill the purpose of the original transaction. Personal information provided to us for these purposes is confidential.  The forms that Rogers uses to collect this information electronically  is, when possible, protected using a remote SSL (secured socket layer) server.

Rogers does not obtain detailed personal information about web site visitors. Some information about visitors' use of this website is collected automatically without any personal or identifying information.

This includes domain name from which a user accesses the internet, the date and time and duration user was connected to the site, the internet address of the website from which a user linked directly to this website, the type of browser used to access this site and the search engine and keywords used when searching for this site. This information is used to measure our website performance.

THIS WEBSITE IS NOT INTENDED TO PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. ANY MEDICAL OR HEALTH INFORMATION ON THE WEBSITE IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND SHOULD NEVER BE USED AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL ADVISE, DIAGNOSIS OR TREATMENT. YOU SHOULD ALWAYS TALK TO YOUR HEALTH CARE PROVIDER REGARDING YOUR SPECIFIC MEDICAL NEEDS AND FOR ANY DIAGNOSIS OR TREATMENT.

The security of the information that is transmitted to us through the Website is important to us, and we implement and maintain reasonable, commercially acceptable security procedures and practices appropriate to the nature of the information we store, in order to protect it from unauthorized access, destruction, use, modification, or disclosure.  However, it is not possible to guarantee that information sent through the internet will be completely secure, and we are not responsible for the actions, content, information or data of third parties that may affect you or your information.

California

Pursuant to California Civil Code Section 1798.83, California residents have the right to request from a business any personal information that a business may have shared with a third party for direct marketing purposes.  We do not share personal information with any third party for direct marketing purposes.

The California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) requires us to disclose how we respond to Do Not Track signals set in a user’s browser.  The following is information about how we respond to Do Not Track.

Do Not Track

Internet browsers generally offer a Do Not Track option that relies on technology known as a Do Not Track header that sends a signal to the websites that a user visits to tell the website about that user’s Do Not Track preference. You can usually access your browser’s Do Not Track option in your browser’s preferences.  There is currently no industry standard for Do Not Track technology and we are not able to support Do Not Track preferences. However, if you do not wish to be tracked through Google Analytics, then opt-out by going to the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

If you have any questions about our privacy policy, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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