In order to provide good medical care, we register contact details and medical details. We do this in line with the Medical Treatment Agreement Act (Wgbo) and the General Data Protection Regulation (AVG). This means that we only use data for the use of medical care and the associated administration and that we protect data against infringement by third parties.
We keep your data for as long as necessary for the provision of care and as long as the law requires us to keep your data. After this period we will delete your data. We exchange data with other healthcare providers. We do this through secure systems and only when required. Our staff and doctors only consult your data when required for the performance of their duties. We will only pass on your details to third parties if this is required for the provision of good care. If specific permission is required based on the law, we will request this in advance. We have IT suppliers for the maintenance and management of our information provision. We have carefully selected these suppliers and made clear agreements with them about confidentiality and security. If – despite our measures – it should happen that third parties gain unauthorized access to your data, we will report this to you and the Personal Data Authority.
You have the right to view your medical file. If it appears that information is incorrect, you have the right to have it corrected or removed by us. It may happen that it is not possible to (fully) comply with a request (for example if your inspection leads to a violation of the privacy of others). If you wish to view your data, you can contact our Data Protection contact person (general practitioner Anne Hilde Maat).
If you have complaints or compliments about the way in which we treat your data, please contact the practice.