Patients Rights and Responsibilities/Privacy Practices

To demonstrate compliance with The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), UC Health provides patients with a Notice of Privacy Practices. The Notice of Privacy Practices explains the responsibilities of U.C. Health and the associated physician practices to protect your health information and the rights you have over your health information.

 

An Environment of Healing

This is a place for healing and compassion. Aggressive behavior will not be tolerated. All staff have a right to carry out their work in a safe environment. Examples of aggressive behavior include (but are not limited to): physical assault, verbal harassment, abusive language, unwelcomed sexual advances/language and behavior and any form of threatening behavior. Incidents involving inappropriate/aggressive behavior may result in termination of the patient/provider relationship, removal from this facility and/or legal action.

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