The Mariveles Mental Wellness and General Hospital is committed to protect and respect your personal data privacy. We are at the forefront of not only implementing but also complying with the Data Privacy Act of 2012.
1. SERVICE DESCRIPTION
2. PERSONAL INFORMATION THAT ARE COLLECTED
3. COLLECTION METHOD
4. TIMING OF COLLECTION
5. PURPOSES OF COLLECTED PERSONAL INFORMATION
6. STORAGE AND TRANSMISSION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
7. METHOD OF USE
8. LOCATION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
9. THIRD PARTY TRANSFER
9.1 You have consented to the disclosure
9.2 The disclosure is necessary for research, or the compilation or analysis of statistics in the public interest.
9.3 To lessen or prevent a serious and imminent threat to an individual’s life, health, safety or welfare;
9.4 To lessen a serious threat to public health, public safety or public welfare
9.5 On suspicion or unlawful activity as part of reporting its concerns to relevant persons or authorities
9.6 As required or authorized by law
10. RETENTION PERIOD
11. PARTICIPATION OF DATA SUBJECT
11.1 Right to be informed – You have the right to be informed that your personal data will be, are being, or were collected and processed.
11.2 Right to access – This is your right to find out whether we hold any personal data about you and if so, gain reasonable access to them.
11.3 Right to object – You can object or withhold your consent for collection and processing of your personal data unless the processing is pursuant to a subpoena, for obvious purposes (contract, employer-employee relationship, etc.) or a result of a legal obligation.
11.4 Right to erasure of blocking – Under the law, you have the right to suspend, withdraw, or order the blocking, removal, or destruction of your personal data subject to certain qualifications and proofs.
11.5 Right to damages – Data subjects can claim compensation if they have suffered damages due to inaccurate, incomplete, outdated, false, unlawfully obtained, or unauthorized use of personal data, considering any violation of rights and freedoms as data subjects.
11.6 Right to file a complaint – If personal information has been misused, maliciously disclosed, or improperly disposed, or any of data privacy rights have been violated, you have a right to file a complaint with the National Privacy Commission.
11.7 Right to rectify – You can dispute and have corrected any inaccuracy or error in the data we hold about you.
11.8 Right to data portability – This allows you to obtain and electronically move, copy, or transfer the personal information in a secure manner for further use.