We are committed to protecting your
The Health Media,
the publisher of Pharmacy Today, is committed to
protecting your privacy. We want to build a high level of trust
with our audience and comply completely with the principles of the
Privacy Act (1993). This document discloses how we gather
information about you and what we do with the information that we
Will we send you unsolicited messages?
No. We will only contact you when you have chosen to be notified
by this service.
Will we share your personal information with others?
No. We will not sell, lease, or give your personal details to
any third party without your consent.
What will we do with the personal information you provide?
We ask for a minimum of personal information. We will use the
details you choose to provide to add to the enewsletter mailing
list. You can choose to be permanently removed from our database at
any time (see below).
How will we protect the personal information you provide?
Information you choose to give to The Health Media is stored on
a secure server. Please read our security statement for further
information about the industry standard security technology we use
to protect your personal details.
How can you check your details or be removed from our
You may check the personal information we hold, correct any
mistakes, or ask to be permanently removed from our database at any
time. Please contact us
to find out more about this service.
Where can you find The Health Media?
Our physical address is 11 Omana Rd, Milford, Auckland
PO Box 31905 Milford.
North Shore City Our toll-free number (in New Zealand) is 09 488
4286 or (International) +64 9 488 4286.
The Health Media may update this privacy statement from time to
time. All those included on the database will be notified by email
when and if this occurs, and be reminded of the opportunity to be
permanently removed from our database.
If you have any questions about The Health Media's privacy or
security measures please contact:
phone 09 488 4269 or 027 8945157
PO Box 31905
North Shore City