ADHD City attaches great importance to privacy. As a healthcare provider, we feel a great responsibility when it comes to the handling of personal data. Privacy is guaranteed in our organisation and the systems in which data are processed are properly secured. With this privacy statement we want to make clear why we collect certain information and how we protect your privacy.
Whenever you visit our website, we do not collect any personal data.
When you visit ADHD City, we will request personal data and process them in our system. Processing means that we store, update, consult your data in a file, provided it to our practitioners, and delete it at a later stage.
We require your (medical) data for your treatment. We only ask for information is that necessary to provide high-quality care. When you come to us for treatment, we will process your medical data in a (medical) file. This will also include the findings of psychological examinations, diagnosis, treatment, progress, referrals, and discharge letters. We also require other personal data to identify you, such as name, address, date of birth, and social security number. Other data we process is listed on the registration form that you will in before you receive treatment from us.
All practitioners and employees have a (legal) duty of confidentiality. In situations where we believe it is important to share information with others, we will ask for your permission first. Employees who work with privacy-sensitive information are screened and must submit a Certificate of Good Behaviour (VOG). Only practitioners and specific employees who are authorised to do so will have access to a medical file. This approach allows us to protect your personal data as closely as possible.
The Data Protection Officer monitors whether we comply with the regulations of the privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Are you not satisfied with the way we handle your personal data? Please inform our complaints officer. Our processing register describes, among other things, how we process personal data, the legal basis of the data processing, and how we protect the data.