This website is proprietary to Homewood Health. Individuals (“Users”) accessing this website (the "Site"), must accept and agree to be bound by and comply with these Terms and Conditions of Use (the "Terms"). Users who do not agree to the Terms are strictly prohibited from accessing or using the Site. All Terms will apply irrespective of the specific use made by Users of this Site.
The information contained on the pages of this Site is subject to modification and update from time to time without notice. Homewood Health does not guarantee or ensure the accuracy, completeness, currency or authenticity of any Site content, Site functionality, or the transmission of any Site content. Certain aspects of the Site have been prepared by persons independent from Homewood Health. Other World Wide Web sites that may be accessed from this Site by hypertext links are entirely independent of the Site. The inclusion of any site acknowledgments, identification of any person or entity in the Site, or any hypertext link to another person or entity shall not, in any manner, be construed as an endorsement of such person's or entity's World Wide Web site, products, services, or contributions to the Site. Other World Wide Web sites which may provide access to this Site by hypertext links are entirely independent of this Site. Any direction by a third party to this Site shall not, in any manner be construed as an endorsement by Homewood Health of such party’s World Wide Web site, products or services.
Use of the Site
The Site does not, and it is not intended to, provide any financial, legal, medical, or professional advice, and shall not be relied upon by Users in that regard. Homewood Health' services are available only in jurisdictions where they may be lawfully offered for sale, and not all Homewood Health services are available in all geographic regions. All Homewood Health services shall be subject to the terms and conditions of any applicable agreements. Users agree that their use of the Site shall be on an "as is" basis entirely at their risk.
Neither Homewood Health, nor any of its affiliated companies, nor any officer, director, or employee thereof, nor any other person associated with the creation of the Site or its contents, shall be liable or responsible to any person for any harm, loss or damage that may arise in any connection with the use of the Site, including without limitation any direct, indirect, special, third party, or consequential damages. Without limiting the foregoing, Homewood Health shall not be responsible for any detrimental reliance that Users may place upon the Site or its contents whatsoever. The Site shall not be used, or relied upon by Users, as a substitute for your independent research or professional advice that is provided in direct consultation with a Homewood Health representative. Homewood Health reserves the right to terminate or restrict access to a User’s account.
Users acknowledge and confirm that the Internet is not a secure medium where privacy can be ensured, and that complete security and confidentiality over the Internet is not possible at this time. Users’ confidential use of the Site cannot be guaranteed and they acknowledge that their use of the Site (including information transmitted to the Site) may be subject to access by, or disclosure to, other persons. Without limiting any other disclaimer herein, Homewood Health shall not be responsible or liable for any harm that Users or any other person may suffer in connection with any such breach of confidentiality or security.
Privacy Information provided by Users through our Site is used for Homewood Health business purposes only in order to service Users’ needs as a customer. Homewood Health may use "cookie" or related technology in order to track usage of the Site, and in order to improve our service to you.
User name and password must be kept confidential and is intended for the User’s personal right to access only. Impersonation or permitting other individuals to access the Site without express permission by Homewood Health may compromise confidential information and contradicts privacy and security regulations.
Confidentiality and Privacy
Homewood Health is regulated by federal legislation, the Personal Health information Privacy and Access Act (PHIPPA), which provides rules that protect you privacy and the confidentiality of your personal health information.
Homewood Health is legally responsible for all personal information in our custody and under our control. This includes information about our customers, clients and employees. We will take reasonable steps to protect that information, collect only that which is necessary and will not disclose information without prior consent.
Users acknowledge and confirm their responsibility to protect the privacy and confidentiality of our clients and customers by adhering to strict protocols regarding security and use of this Site including, but not limited to:
- Strict protection of User login details and security password.
- Consistent practice of logging off the Site in the presence of others and/or when the User is not immediately in front of the screen and/or it is not in use.
Names, phrases, logos, icons, graphics, images or designs, including the design marks above, used throughout the Site may be trade names, registered or unregistered trademarks or services marks ("Trademarks") of Homewood Health, its subsidiaries or affiliates. The display of Trademarks on this Site is not an implied license to any third party for use of the Trademarks. All information on this Site is protected under copyright laws. Except as provided on this Site, no one has permission to copy, redistribute, reproduce or republish any information found on this Site, which includes uploading or downloading without the prior written consent of Homewood Health. Any retransmission or alteration of Trademarks or other form of unauthorized copying may be a violation of the law and such users may be subject to legal action.
Homewood Health is responsible to conduct all commercial activities with respect to the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), and relevant provincial statutes and international laws.