The following terms and conditions (“Terms”) govern your access and use of Apogee Physicians’™ websites (“Site”). Your access to the Site constitutes your continuing agreement to these Terms.
Lawful and Respectful Use of the Site
Use of the Site must be respectful and not include any defamatory, hateful or threatening content. Access or use of the Site that is unlawful or that infringes any copyright, trademark, trade secret or other person’s proprietary rights is prohibited.
You are responsible for the content of your own messages, comments, postings, uploads, transmissions and other uses of the Site. Apogee Physicians™ assumes no liability, and shall not be held responsible for your access or use of the Site. Apogee Physicians™ is not responsible for or endorse the content of any third-party messages or linked websites.
Protected Health Information
Disclosure on the Site of Protected Health Information (“PHI”) of any individual patient is strictly prohibited. PHI includes any information that identifies a patient (e.g., name, address, phone or fax number, Social Security number, date of birth, room number, MR# or any unique identifier) regarding a past, present or future physical or mental health condition, provision of health services, or payment for such.
The Site’s content is the property of Apogee Physicians™. Nothing on the Site may be distributed, reproduced, uploaded, re-posted or modified without the prior written permission of Apogee Physicians™, excepting only for your own personal use.
Not Medical Advice
This Site is for discussion and educational purposes only. Nothing on this Site constitutes medical advice for the diagnosis or treatment of a particular patient’s unique and changing condition. Nothing on this Site establishes a physician-patient relationship and cannot substitute for professional medical advice. Individuals should consult their own medical providers with any concerns or questions. Apogee Physicians™ does not endorse, represent or warranty that the Site’s content is suitable for any individual’s condition, disease, or purpose.