Our website address is: https://verloskundighuisliefleven.nl.
This website, https://www.verloskundighuisliefleven.nl, is maintained by Verloskundig Huis Lief Leven. This privacy statement explains how Midwifery Practice handles the processing of personal data of visitors to the website. Among other things, the privacy statement describes which categories of personal data are collected, for what purpose the personal data are used and to which categories of recipients the personal data are provided.
Information on Midwifery Practice
Obstetric Practice is located in Maastricht and registered under registration number 14122688 in the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce. For questions about the privacy statement, Midwifery Practice can be reached at telephone number 043-3211616. You can also contact us by e-mail. The e-mail address is email@example.com.
Processing of personal data
Posting a reaction
It is possible for you to leave a question and/or reaction regarding a particular subject (e.g. childbirth consultation, finances or information on training). To do so, you are required to provide your name and e-mail address in the corresponding form. If this is not provided by you, you cannot leave a question and/or reaction. Your personal data are processed so that we can register your question and/or reaction and (if desired) notify you when there are follow-up reactions or new messages.
This processing of your personal data is possible because you have given your consent. You have given this consent by entering the requested personal data yourself. This consent may be withdrawn at any time (without prejudice to the lawfulness of data processing operations prior to the withdrawal of consent. The personal data will be kept as long as your question and/or response is considered current.
Contact form .
Your personal data are processed to handle queries, complaints or other types of communication after you fill in the contact form on the website. Therefore, the personal data must also be filled in on a mandatory basis. The legal basis of this processing is that this data processing is necessary to serve the legitimate interest of Obstetric Centre and you. Specifically, this interest consists of the interest of Obstetric Centre and of you to be able to deal with questions, complaints or other types of communication at your request. This personal data will be kept as long as necessary for the complete answering and handling of the question, complaint or other type of communication sent with the contact form.
The good example of processing personal data using cookies is Google Analytics. Specifically for Google Analytics, the Personal Data Authority has written a guide for making those cookies "privacy friendly". In that case, the use of Google Analytics does not require consent. For more information, please refer to the website of the Personal Data Authority:
This documentation was prepared by the Personal Data Authority based on the Personal Data Protection Act. However, it is currently expected that the explanation under the AVG will be no different.
In the Netherlands, cookies are subject to additional legislation based on the Telecommunications Act. In a PDF document, the Consumer and Market Authority answers frequently asked questions about cookies (link to PDF document).
Email addresses are digitally processed for the purpose of sending: newsletters from the Obstetric Practice, invitations for information evenings of the Obstetric Practice, invitations to participate in surveys for the purpose of evaluating the care provided by the Obstetric Practice. This takes place via secure e-mail/mail.
Partner mail address is basically not used.
Registration and appointment
If you register with us or book an appointment via our website, the data you provide in the relevant form or appointment service will only be used to manage your registration and book an appointment. Your personal data will be processed to handle your registration after you have completed the registration form on the website. Therefore, personal data must also be filled in on a mandatory basis. The legal basis of this processing is that this data processing is necessary to serve the legitimate interest of Midwifery Practice and you. Specifically, this interest consists of the interest of Midwifery Practice and of you to be able to process your registration in the medical system. This personal data will be
kept as long as necessary for the full period of care.
You can also register by calling us on 043-3211616
The Evaluation form is strictly used to improve care. This is done anonymously. You are not required to leave any personal details here. You will not be asked for this.
This privacy statement indicates the retention period of personal data. If an explicit retention period is not included or the criteria the Obstetric Practice uses to determine how long personal data will be kept, the Obstetric Practice will not keep the personal data longer than necessary to fulfil the purpose communicated to you.
Processors and other third parties
Personal data may be processed on behalf of the Obstetric Practice by so-called processors and sub-processors. Processors and sub-processors act under the responsibility of the Obstetric Practice and may not carry out their own processing operations on the personal data. Your personal data will not be provided to other parties with the exception of those described in this privacy statement. Your personal data will also be provided to other parties if we are required to do so by law or court order.
Your privacy rights
Based on the General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter "AVG") you have a number of rights. You have the right to request the Obstetric Practice to inspect (art. 15 AVG) and rectify (art. 16 AVG) or erase your personal data (art. 17 AVG). You also have the right to request the Obstetric Practice to restrict the processing of personal data (art. 18 AVG). Under certain circumstances, you also have the right to data portability (art. 20 AVG) and the right to object (art. 21 AVG). The website of the Personal Data Authority provides more information on when it is possible to exercise one or more of these rights.
If you wish to exercise one or more of these rights, please contact us via the contact options listed above.
Apart from the above rights, you always have the right to lodge a complaint with the Personal Data Authority.
This privacy statement is subject to change. It is therefore advisable to consult this privacy statement regularly. The current version of the privacy statement was last amended on 22-01-2019.