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At Access Community Health Network, we are committed to protecting your health and privacy. We use the information you provide us to customize the content and/or layout of the Web site for you; to contact you for medical, marketing or promotional purposes; and for marketing research.
Information that ACCESS collects on this Web site will not be sold or given to a third party (other than an ACCESS agent) and will be accessible only by ACCESS, its affiliates and agents.
Our site uses a personalizing device, called a "cookie," that is commonly used on the Internet. A cookie is a small data file that a Web site puts on your hard drive when you visit. It generally contains personal information that you as a user have knowingly provided, such as a user name and password or the selections you made when you customized a site. It's important to note that a cookie cannot read any data from your hard drive. It cannot install a virus or read cookie files created by other sites. Cookies make a site more useful to you. Cookies also help us track how and when a web page is visited. This information guides us in site refinements that benefit you and other visitors.
Although the web is an open medium, ACCESS expects the use of its sites to be within certain acceptable community standards. Therefore, users are prohibited from posting or transmitting any unlawful, threatening, libelous, defamatory, obscene, inflammatory, pornographic or profane material or any material that could constitute or encourage conduct that would be considered a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability or would otherwise violate the law. ACCESS will fully cooperate with any law enforcement authorities or court order requesting or directing ACCESS to disclose the identity of anyone posting any such inappropriate information or materials.
ACCESS reserves the right to alter or delete material from its site at any time without warning.
In conjunction with our Web site, you may receive postal mailings, e-mails or other communications from time to time, because we want to provide you with the latest and most meaningful information. At any time, however, you may choose to remove yourself from any or all of our electronic communications. The process on how to remove yourself is detailed on each piece.
If you do not want any postal mailings, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please supply us with the exact name and mailing address as it appears on the communication, and we will remove your name from our mailing list.