waiting times

Hospital Particular Alvor

00h20m

Medical Emergency

Hospital Particular Gambelas

00h20m

Medical Emergency

00h38m

Paediatrics

Clínica Particular SIIPEMOR

09h44m

Medical Emergency

Clídis – Clínica de Diagnósticos de Sines

00h18m

Paediatrics

IMAGE CONSENT POLICY 

The collection and subsequent processing of images of patients of the HPA Health Group complies with the legislation presently in force, namely (EU) Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April.


Clearly identifiable photographs or videos, for the purpose of promoting the services provided by the HPA both internally and externally, may only be obtained and used with the patient’s written consent. 


Patient images are intended to integrate promotional material and information within the various companies of the HPA Health Group, including intranet and internet publication and  in different formats such as: periodicals, printed publications, billboards, information leaflets, newsletter, institutional website, social networks. (Facebook, Linkdln, Instagram, YouTube, or others, that the organization may subscribe to or use).  Images are collected by a member of staff of the Marketing Department, either privately or during activities or events organized by the HPA Health Group.


Images posted on the Internet (namely company website, social networks or YouTube) will be visible to all users or visitors of these platforms, including in countries with no privacy protection or personal data protection policy. When data is circulated in open networks, despite the safety measures adopted by HPA, the risk of misuse cannot be excluded. 

Under current jurisdiction, the patient has the right to access and receive personal data in the structured format used, rectify, update, and request limitation or deletion of personal data, which can be done at any time, in writing to: dpo@grupohpa.com. The patient has the right to complain to the National Data Protection Commission. Image consent may be withdraw at any time, which will prevent continued use of the records in the future, but does not legally compromise previously published publications.