Privacy Notice

Our Privacy Pledge - We are very concerned with protecting your privacy. While the laws now require us to state our privacy policy, we have and always will, respect the privacy of your health information. There are several circumstances in which we may have to disclose your health care information. #1 We may have to disclose your health information to another health care provider or a hospital if it is necessary to refer you to them for diagnosis, assessment or treatment of your health condition. #2 We may have to disclose your health information and billing records to another party if they are potentially responsible for the payment of your services. #3 We may need to use your health information within our practice for quality control or other operational purpose. We have a more complete notice that provides a detailed description of how your health information may be used or disclosed. This detailed notice is posted and on file at our office. You have the right to preview that notice before you sign the consent form. We reserve the right to change our privacy practices, we will notify you in writing when you come in for treatment or by mail. Please feel free to call us any time for a copy of our privacy notices.

Following the guidelines of the CDC, AOA, Governor Lee, and Mayor Cooper, we will start a “soft” reopening on May 4th, 2020. Things will look a little different, capacity will be limited, and all visits will be by appointment only. Please be patient as we incorporate these new mandated requirements to enhance your safety.
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