Privacy Policy

We are 100% committed to protecting the privacy of all our patients, past and present. Our office staff and personnel will only use the information and data collected from you in accordance with the laws and precepts of the medical board of California, HIPPA and general moral conducts of business. All the information that we collect, especially anything with sensitive information such as phone numbers and email addresses will never be sold or given to another party.

Our medical office will collect patient records and information for two primary reasons including properly curating a treatment plan and providing you with the best possible medical services from our physicians and staff.

We will not reach out to you via phone, email or mail without your prior consent.

You will always be given the option to opt out of any marketing emails, calls or mail that you are signed to receive. There will be several options for you to do so, including opting out on the online portal or via phone call.

All the data that we have on file for our patients will be accurate, comprehensive and up to date. You may request any and all records we have for you at any time. If you find discrepancies or would like to update your record, you may do so by calling or email our office staff.

All the data collected from our patients is stored in HIPPA compliant computers and programs, to the highest degree of security in accordance with internal security policy and the law.

Our technical team may during occasion track who visits our site and what pages, however no personal information will ever be collected, simply patterns. This includes “cookies” stored on your browser.

Please reach out to our office staff if you have any and all questions or concerns about our privacy policy.

For informational purposes only, a link to the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Open Payments web page is provided here. The federal Physician Payments Sunshine Act requires that detailed information about payment and other payments of value worth over ten dollars ($10) from manufacturers of drugs, medical devices, and biologics to physicians and teaching hospitals be made available to the public.  The Open Payments database is a federal tool used to search payments made by drug and device companies to physicians and teaching hospitals. It can be found at