Last Updated: 6/21/2018
What we Collect and How We Use Your Information
When you elect to Contact Us, we ask you to provide personal information including your name and contact information, including email and telephone number and we ask how we can help you. We may use the information to contact you, to fulfill the purpose of your request or send you marketing communications.
Providers who indicate an interest in a position are also asked to identify their degree, primary specialty and state of licensure. Providers additionally have the option of applying for a specific job via an email sign-in portal and upload a resume. By providing us with this information, you acknowledge that it may be forwarded, transmitted or otherwise viewed by our clients.
Like many websites, we collect non-personally identifying information of the sort that web browsers and servers typically make available, such as browser type, Internet Protocol (IP) address, language preference, referring site, location and the date and time visitors access the site, which help us to better understand visitors’ use of our website and improve its functionality. We may additionally use this information for our business purposes, such as for data analysis, enhancing or modifying our website or services, determining the effectiveness of our promotional campaigns, and identifying usage trends.
How you May Update Your Information
If you would like to modify or update any information provided to us, please contact us at email@example.com.
How we Share Your Information
Third-Party Content or Sites
This site may contain third-party content or links to other sites. Please be aware that we are not responsible for any third-party provided content or privacy practices of such other sites. We encourage our users to be aware when they leave our site and to read the privacy statements of any other site.
Use of Website
This website is not intended or targeted to persons under thirteen years of age or for use by persons in the European Union.
California Do Not Track Disclosures
Do Not Track features, when turned on, send a signal or preference (the “DNT Signal”) to the websites you visit indicating that you do not wish to be tracked. Because there is not yet a common understanding of how to interpret DNT Signals, nor a common definition of “tracking”, we do not currently respond to DNT Signals. The Future of Privacy Forum has established a website that helps educate consumers on DNT preferences and opting out, which can be found here: https://allaboutdnt.com