What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of information that is sent to your browser — along with a Web page — when you access a Website. There are two kinds of cookies. A session cookie is a line of text that is stored temporarily in your computer’s memory. Because a session cookie is never written to a drive, it is destroyed as soon as you close your browser. A persistent cookie is a more permanent line of text that gets saved by your browser to a file on your hard drive.
Community Health does not use any cookies.
- We may collect personally identifiable information (name, e-mail address, physical address, and other unique identifier) only if specifically and knowingly provided by you.
- Information collected is for statistical purposes only. Community Health performs analyses of user behavior in order to measure interest in the various areas of our sites.
Community Health will protect the personal information that you share with us. Community Health does not disclose, give, sell, or transfer any personal information to third parties. If we share demographic information with third parties, we will give them aggregate information only.
While Community Health will make every attempt to protect the personal information that you share with us, electronic mail is not secure against interception. If your communication is very sensitive, you may want to send it by encrypted email or postal mail instead.
We want to be very clear: We will not obtain personally identifiable information about you when you visit our site, unless you choose to provide such information.
What Can You Assume About Links to Third Party Websites?
Our Website does contain links to other sites, but this Policy does not apply to those sites. This Policy only applies to web pages with a chcrr.org Internet address. We encourage you to read the privacy policies on the other sites before providing any personal information through those sites.
By using our website, you consent to the Policy.