Privacy Policy

Southwest Surgical Suites Privacy Practices Notice

Please review this notice carefully. The privacy of your medical information is important to us.

We may use and disclose your medical information without your permission for treatment, payment, and health care operation activities. When it is required or authorized by law, information may also be disclosed for public health and interest activities, law enforcement, judicial and administrative proceedings, research, and certain other public benefit functions.

We may disclose your medical information to your family members, friends, others you involve in your health care, to appropriate public and private agencies in disaster relief situations, or for payment for health care.

We may disclose to your employer the following:

  • Your medical information.
  • Findings from any medical surveillance of your employer’s workplace.
  • An evaluation of whether an illness or injury is work-related.

We will not otherwise use or disclose your medical information without your written authorization.

You have the right to do the following:

  • Examine and receive a copy of your medical information.
  • Receive an accounting of certain disclosures we may make of your medical information.
  • Request that we amend, further restrict the use and disclosure of, or communicate in confidence with you by alternative means concerning your medical information.
  • Request the full version of our Privacy Practice Notice.

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