Privacy Policy

NOTE: This policy applies only to the Main Street Health website. Our website may contain links to other sites, either via content links or advertisements. Please remember that those sites have their own privacy policies which may differ from ours. We encourage you to review the privacy policy of every site you visit, especially before providing any identifying information.

Using This Site Without Providing Personal Information

You can access many aspects of the Main Street Health site without providing personal information. However, the site uses cookies to collect general information about how visitors use the site. Information collected by cookies includes:

  • the number of visitors to the site
  • the number of visitors who book appointments, follow certain links, connect to our blog, leave comments, etc.
  • how visitors interact with the site – how many pages they visit, how long they stay, what actions they take, etc.

The cookies on this website do not collect or store personal identification or health information, nor does Main Street Health connect information provided by cookies with any personal or health information you may provide (such as to book an appointment).

Your browser software can be set to reject all cookies. On this setting, certain elements of the site may not function as well as intended, but you can use the Main Street Health website without cookies if you prefer.

Providing Personal Information Through This Site

In some cases, you may be asked to provide personal identification and health information through the forms on this site. This information is never connected to the general user information collected by cookies.

Any identifying or health information you provide via the contact or booking form is secure. Only Main Street Health staff will see this information, and they will use it only to answer your question or book your appointment. The website does not store this information, and all information you provide Main Street Health, whether online or in person, is kept confidential and used only for treatment purposes.

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