When dealing with personal information, it is essential you are aware of your rights.

Kalwun Health Service has access to your health information and some personal information (name, address, date of birth etc). This information is kept confidential by us and is protected by strict privacy laws.

From time to time, de-identified data (a collection of data where individual names and details cannot be recognised) is collected by third parties, to research population health needs and to support the development of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Services sector.

It is a requirement that your consent is given when you attend Kalwun Health Service for the first time. Although your information is kept private and confidential you can elect to not include your information in the data collected and accessed by other organisations at any time. If you do not want third parties collecting your de-identified data, please tell us as soon as practical.