Privacy and Cookies
Taking care of your privacy
We take the same care of your information as we do your health. We are always looking at ways to improve our website, and use a range of tools that help us to make sure that it meets your needs. Any personal information you give us will remain confidential and will be held in accordance with data protection law (Data Protection Act 2018 and EU General Data Protection Regulation). This notice explains how this website uses information. If you would like to find out more about how the Trust uses other personal information about you, please click here for our Privacy Notice.
Cookies used by this website
What this means for you?
On visiting St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s website Google Analytics and Google Adsense cookies are set up and accessed on your computer. These cookies are used to anonymously track your journey through our website and to register the number of times you have seen one of the adverts on our pages. This data is not associated with your IP address nor with any user identifiable information. When you press the play button on our Youtube and Scribd embedded players the service provider sets up cookies so they can track how many times you have viewed the content inside the player. The players will not put any cookies on your computer if you don’t press the play button and use the alternate links provided. When you enable sharing tools on St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s website a cookie is set up on your computer that tells the website that you’ve enabled sharing. We do this because when you enable sharing the sharing tools will automatically access cookies already set up on your computer by the social networks you belong to. These cookies are used to see if you are already logged on to the social network and make it easier for you to share. By default sharing is disabled to prevent these tools from accessing your information if you don’t want them to.
Opting out and removing cookies
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust understands that visitors to its website may not wish to be tracked when they navigate through the site. You can use the following methods to opt-out of cookies being placed on your computer.
You can find information on removing cookies on aboutcookies.org where you’ll find a detailed guide for your browser. In most browsers if you search for cookies in the xstgeorges.nhs.uk domain it will display all the cookies we use on this website.
Submitting your personal information on forms
This website also contains forms that require personal information. When these forms are submitted they send this data to a script to be processed securely and that processed data is then sent to a specified email address within the trust. We never share your data with other parties and you can expect the same confidentiality as you would if sharing this information with us in person. When you access a page containing a form on this website you will automatically be redirected to a secure version of the page (using the https:// protocol). Your browser will inform you via the means illustrated below if the page is secure, if you visit a page with a form that doesn’t display as secure please check that you are browsing via the https:// protocol. All of the pages on this website are browsable over this secure protocol. If you have any issues browsing our website securely we are happy to provide advice. In these circumstances please email firstname.lastname@example.org for support.
Further information and help
For more information on cookies and Google Analytics read the links below:
- More information on cookies and how to disable them
If you would like to know more about the technology used by St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust on its website then please email email@example.com