We respect your privacy. Our top priority is protecting your information, and we can guarantee that it will be gathered and used in a way that will benefit you and your overall Tri-County Hearing Services experience.
Non-personal information we collect
This privacy statement only relates to our online activities and is relevant for website visitors’ information sharing and/or collection with Tri-County Hearing Services. This policy does not apply to data collected offline or through channels other than this website. Tri-County Hearing Services guarantees that you can trust us completely with your privacy. We pledge to uphold the confidentiality of your personal data.
How will we use your personal information for work communications?
To describe how we will gather and use your information for our work, we have prepared this policy. This policy describes the information management process for our users. We refer to the information that identifies you specifically or from which you can be reasonably identified throughout this policy. Personal information includes things like your name, address, phone number, and email; sensitive information includes things like your health information.
What kind of data do we gather?
Information you provide to us: We respect each and every visitor’s right to privacy when using the Tri-County Hearing website. When you put the information on our websites or send it to us in any other way, we receive it and store it.
The data we obtain from you through our websites, through our services, or otherwise includes:
- Information that could be used to personally identify you, such as your name, postal address, billing address, shipping address, e-mail address, home, work, and mobile phone numbers, age, date of birth, social security number, insurance policy number, sexual orientation, IP address, bank account number, credit or debit card number (for payment purposes only), national origin, ancestry, veteran or military status, and medical condition.
- Information that you enter on our websites when you fill out forms to order services or make an appointment. Additionally, it contains the data you give us when you sign up to use our websites, make purchases, or use services made accessible on those websites or facilities. When you report a problem with one of our sites, we could also ask for information from you. Some forms ask for delicate information, such as health data, which we need to offer you our services;
- If you contact us, records and copies of your communication (including email addresses);
- Your replies to surveys we may ask you to undertake for branding, research, and development reasons; and Information about the transactions you conduct through our sites and the shipment of your goods. Before placing an order through our Sites, you might be asked for financial information.
You may also submit information to the sites for publication or display (hence, “Posted”) in public areas or for transmission to other site users or other parties (collectively, “User Contributions”). Posting and sending other users your user contributions is done at your own risk. Please be aware that no security measures are flawless or impenetrable, despite the fact that we restrict access to particular pages. Furthermore, you may choose to share your User Contributions with other Site users, but we have no control over their behavior. Hence, we are unable to and can not guarantee that your User Contributions will remain private.
How Tricounty Hearing Services handles privacy and security internally
The following are some of the security measures that Healthy Hearing employs to safeguard your privacy:
- Incorporates firewalls to safeguard the data stored on our servers.
- Restricts the amount of Tri-County Hearing staff who can access to your personally identifiable information. Moreover, keep a close watch on the ones with access.
- Adheres to recommended password security procedures
- Regular backups of our systems to safeguard the integrity of your personally identifiable data
- Even though Tri-County Hearing takes precautions to safeguard your personally identifiable information, there is always a chance that an unauthorized third party could circumvent our security measures or that transmissions of your information over the Internet could be intercepted.