1. Consent to the Processing and Use of Personal Data
In relation to personal data of any other individual who is not a customer or patient but whose data is required to be collected by us to facilitate the provision of our services to the customer or patient, the customer or patient confirms and warrants that he has obtained the consent of such individual for the personal data of such individual to be collected and processed by us, or in the event that this is not practicable, it is deemed that such individual has given consent for us to process and use his personal data by continuous engagement for our services to be provided to the customer or patient.
2. Types of Personal Data
The types of personal data which we collect vary depending upon the scope of services you engage us for. Nevertheless, the information generally comprises the following:
(b) Date of birth;
(c) Passport or identity card number;
(d) Home address, telephone number, facsimile number or email address;
(f) Age, gender, marital or family status;
(g) Ancestry, race, nationality or ethnic origin;
(h) Religion or religious belief, political belief, association or activity;
(i) Blood type, finger prints, hereditary characteristics or DNA;
(j) Education history, employment or occupational history;
(k) Source of income or financial circumstances, activities or history;
(l) Information relating to bank accounts details or related information required for terms of payment;
(m) Personal health information (as defined hereunder); and/or
(n) Other information which we may request at any point to enable us to proceed or to continue with the provision of our services and/or which is necessary for the Purposes as set out in Section 3 below.
“Personal health information” means any recorded information which includes (without limitation) any case notes, laboratory reports, radiographs and other types of recorded information about an identifiable individual that relates to:
(i) the individual’s health or health care history;
(ii) the provision of health care to the individual;
(iii) any information relating to the payment for health care provided to the individual; or
(iv) such other information required to diagnose, treat or maintain the individual’s physical or mental condition, including the history of drug, device or other item pursuant to a prescription.
(the above-listed types of personal data is also applicable to the collection of personal data of any other individual who is not our customers or patients but whose data is required to be collected by us to facilitate the provision of our services to the customer or patient, to the extent as relevant and applicable, and includes information in respect of the relationship between such individual with the particular customer or patient.)
Where we collect information through our website, we may automatically collect certain non-personal information regarding website user that does not identify you, and this includes the Internet Protocol (IP) address of your computer, and the date and time you access the website (“non-personal information”). We may use non-personal information to compile tracking information report for our better understanding and study to best meet the needs of visitors to our website, whereby you will remain anonymous to us unless you specifically choose to share information with us.
3. Purposes of Personal Data Collected
We collect the personal data to be used for the following purposes, which shall include without limitation:
(a) to carry out services and/or to complete transactions entered into with customers or patients;
(b) to carry out our daily operations, services and/or facilities as a medical centre;
(c) marketing our services and/or products;
(d) market research and statistical analysis and surveys with the aim of improving our services and products;
(e) to personalise our services and products;
(f) to maintain and update our records;
(g) to respond to requests or complaints;
(h) to enhance our services and to enforce our legal rights;
(i) to support our business, financial and risk monitoring, planning and decision making; and/or
(j) for all other purposes relating to the above but not specifically mentioned herein.
Our use of the personal data may also be extended to other purposes, including to comply with all applicable legislation, laws and regulations, to prevent fraud or illegal activities, or, to enforce or defend any of our rights.
(all the above purposes stated in this Section shall collectively be referred to as “the Purposes”)
Failure to supply personal data may result in us being unable to carry out or fulfil our obligations in respect of the Purposes, and including us being unable to provide you or continue to provide you the services in your best interest.
4. Disclosure of Personal Data
Without prejudice to any authorisation and consent given by you in relation to or pursuant to any of the terms, notice or statement in authorising us to release and disclose your personal data, we may disclose, disseminate and/or transfer your personal data to any of our subsidiaries or affiliates or related companies or business associates or organisations howsoever connected to us, or to any third party organisations or persons for the purpose of carrying out and/or fulfilling our obligations in respect of the Purposes and/or to all other purposes that are related to the Purposes, including without limitation, any personnels who are involved in taking care of and/or in coordinating the services to the customer or patient.
We may also disclose your personal data to external service providers (including but not limited to mailing houses, telecommunication companies, telemarketing and direct sales agents, call centres, data processing companies and information technology companies) that we engage for the purpose of carrying out and/or fulfilling our obligations in respect of the Purposes and/or to all other purposes that are related to the Purposes, to the extent as applicable and necessary.
We may also disclose your information to other third parties where such disclosure:
(a) is requested or authorised by you;
(b) is lawfully permitted or required;
(c) is in compliance with any judicial order or legal requirement;
(d) is required to protect and defend us and our property; and
(e) for all other purposes incidental and associated with any of the above or the provision of our services to you.
In the case where the disclosure of your personal data may involve disclosure and/or transfer of your personal data to places outside of Malaysia, you agree to such a disclosure or transfer where it is necessary to carry out and to fulfil our obligations in respect of the Purposes.
5. Accessing To And Updating Personal Data
Please note that the accuracy of your personal data provided to us is essential. You are responsible for informing us about changes to your personal data or in the event you believe that the personal data we have about you is inaccurate, incomplete, misleading or not up-to-date.
You have the right to access your personal data subject to the provisions of the Act. We recommend you to provide us with written notice and/or to complete the data access form, whichever is applicable and practicable, in requesting for access to your personal data. Please note that we may require you to provide us with additional information as reasonably necessary and as required under the Act for us to satisfy your data access request.
We reserve the right to charge you a reasonable fee for the processing of any data access request.
6. Security And Protection of Personal Data
We will take the necessary precautions, both administrative and technical, to safeguard your personal data against loss, theft, misuse and unauthorized access or disclosure, unauthorised alteration or destruction.
7. Retention of Personal Data
We will only retain your personal data for as long as necessary to fulfil our obligations in respect of the Purposes and to all other purposes that are related thereto and/or purpose(s) for which it was collected or to comply with legal, regulatory and internal requirements. Thereafter we will destroy or permanently delete your data.
8. Cookies And Links to Other Websites
Our website may contain links to other third party owned and operated websites or internet resources. When you click on one of those links you are contacting another website or internet resource, and we have no responsibility or liability for or control over those other websites or internet resources or their collection, use, or in any way processing of your personal data. The inclusion of third party websites on our website shall not in any way constitute an endorsement of such website’s contents, actions or policies.
9. Personal Data Involving Minor And Disability Persons
This Section applies to personal data collected in relation to the following individuals:
(a) Individual under the age of majority i. e. eighteen (18);
(b) Individual who lacks the capacity to give or withhold consent due to:
(i) his disability to comprehend and retain information material to give his consent and/or to make any decision; and/or
(ii) he is unable to use and weigh information in the decision-making process; and/or
(iii) he is unconscious.
10. Patient Experience
We may collect your stories and/or experience which has been made public or released to the public domain pursuant to an interview conducted by any third party or social media (where the interview may be conducted via various means including without limitation by telephone or by email), and share or publish the same by reproducing the stories and/or experience on our website or on any marketing materials including without limitation any printed materials or social media. Such stories and/or experience may contain general information identifying the individual (including name and age) and answers to questions concerning his/her health status, where the consent to participate in the interview and to use the personal data for the purpose thereof will be sought prior thereto. Patient is given the choice not to give his/her consent to participate in the interview and to use his/her personal data in relation thereto.
12. Contacting us
Kuala Lumpur Sports Medicine Centre Sdn Bhd
7th Floor, Wisma Perintis,
47 Jalan Dungun,
50490 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 603-2096 1033
Fax: 603-2093 9700
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org