Privacy Statement

We are committed to protecting your privacy. In general, you can visit our web site without telling us who you are and without revealing any information about yourself. However there may be occasions when you choose to give us personal information, for example, when you choose to contact us or request information from us. We will ask you when we need information that personally identifies you or allows us to contact you.

We collect the personal data that you may volunteer while using our services. We do not collect information about our visitors from other sources, such as public records or bodies, or private organisations. We do not collect or use personal data for any purpose other than that indicated below:

  • To send you confirmation of requests that you have made to us
  • To send you information when you request it.

We intend to protect the quality and integrity of your personally identifiable information and we have implemented appropriate technical and organisational measures to do so. We ensure that your personal data will not be disclosed to State institutions and authorities except if required by law or other regulation.

We do not use cookies on this website therefore you will not see a message asking you to choose to accept or decline cookies.

We are in a partnership of health and social care providers and professionals who provide health and care services for people living in South East London, London, nationally and internationally. You can find more information about the services provide at Our Healthier South East London website.

To read the Full Privacy Notice please Click Here.

Our website may contain links to other websites of interest. However, once you have used these links to leave our site, you should be aware that we don’t have any control over the other website. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which you provide whilst visiting these sites.

The GDPR introduces the principle of ‘accountability’ that requires us to be able to demonstrate compliance. The key obligations to support this include:

  • The recording of all data processing activities identifying the lawful justification and data retention periods .
  • Routinely conducting and reviewing data protection impact assessments where processing is likely to pose a high risk to individuals’ rights and freedoms.
  • Assessing the need for data protection consideration at an early stage, and incorporating data protection measures by default in the design and operation of our information systems and processes.
  • Ensuring demonstrable compliance with enhanced requirements for transparency and fair processing, including notification of rights.
  • Ensuring that data subjects’ rights are respected. This includes the provision of copies of information held by the Trust, rights to rectification, erasure, to restrict processing, data portability, to object, and to prevent automated decision making.
  • Notification of personal data security breaches to the Information Commissioner
  • The appointment of a suitably qualified and experienced Data Protection Officer

The GDPR and the new UK Data Protection Act 2018, requires us to take specified actions, and have evidence to demonstrate that we have done so.

If you have any questions relating to GDPR or the new UK Data Protection Act 2018, please contact Claire Clement. Her email address is: