Privacy Policy

We respect your protected health information.

We follow the guidelines set forth by the Health Insurance Portabilty and Acountabilty Act (HIPAA) of 2003 for what is called protected health information (PHI).

These measures include how we use and disclose your information with

  • health care providers;
  • laboratories;
  • insurance companies;
  • family members;
  • public health agencies;
  • law enforcement agencies; and
  • legal proceedings.

We observe universal precautions in our sterilization methods as described  in the Bloodborne Pathogen Act.


We understand the importance of your privacy. We recommend you read the following information provided to summarize our practices for gathering and using information obtained through this web site. Our privacy statement exemplifies our commitment to your privacy and to the confidentiality and security of the information obtained from you on our site.

 

We may use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our site and our site infrastructure. Your IP address also helps us to identify you and your online shopping habits, as well as to gather general/personal data on you. From this, we may use cookies to deliver content specific to your interests and to track session information to better help us understand our site and our visitor’s usage of it. Overall, this information will help us to make this site better, for you.

 

As this web site contains references and links to other sites, Dr. Patricia M. Schultz DPM is not responsible for the legal or privacy practices of these sites, nor are we responsible for the content on these sites.

 

If you have questions regarding this privacy statement, our web site, or encounter any problems with this web site, please contact us.