Privacy Policy

We respect your personal privacy and take our responsibilities and obligations with regard to processing your personal data very seriously and we abide by the Data Protection Act (1998). Your personal information will not be disclosed to any person or company in any ways other than those that are outlined on the website unless your prior consent has been granted.

Out with the extent required or permitted by law your information will not be used in order to market the products and/or services provided by Visioncare at home Ltd unless you have indicated that you wish to receive such information. We will, however, use your information to inform you when you are due an eye examination in order to ensure you have regular check-ups as advised by the NHS.

Third parties who we may need to disclose your personal information to:

     •     Health authorities, including the NHS

     •     Third party service providers if it is necessary for the fulfilment of your order

     •     Any agents or subcontractors who process our data

     •     Those we are legally required to provide it to (including, but not limited to, HMRC, Benefits Agency, any law enforcement agency with statutory authority)

You can amend or remove your personal details by contacting your local Visioncare at Home office. By law, you have the rights to gain access to the personal information we hold on file for you along with information on how we obtained these details and whom we have disclosed them to. You can do this by submitting a written request to your local practice, details of which can be found on the Contact Us page of this website.

We are committed to protecting your personal information and we take all the steps we can to ensure that it is secured. However, we do not guarantee that your information will not be intercepted if transmitted over the Internet nor that it will not be taken from our database by a person without access rights or our consent. In the event that your personal information is gained by an unauthorised third party we cannot accept liability or responsibility for what they may use the information for.

We accept no responsibility or liability for any third party sites or resources which are linked to on our website. We have no control over the contents or security of these websites and you use them at your own risk.

Cookies

A cookie is text only information that a website transfers to the cookie file on the browser of your hard disk this allows the website to remember who you are if you visit again. It contains no personal details about you, only numerical information such as your IP address and the domain the cookie came from. They are used to compile statistics on usage of a website and the navigation of the website. You can change the settings on your computer to reject cookies if you so wish.