Use of Your Information

To provide you with a health service

We collect information from you to provide you health services. For example, we will collect your information when you:

  • visit the Pegasus 24 Hour Surgery for after-hours care.
  • use one of Pegasus’s community-based services, like our Primary Mental Health Service, or B4 School Checks.

Find out about the patient services available through your General Practice

You can talk to the health care provider about the information they are collecting and using for that service.

For billing and administration

We use your information for administration purposes such as billing and ACC referrals.

To improve the health of our communities

As a health organisation we need to understand our population and how people use health services. We collect and use information to make sure people can access health services, and that community needs are met. The information used to improve the health of our communities will not identify you individually.

For quality improvements, education and research

Information that is used by us to improve our processes and systems, and for education and training will not identify you individually.  Information for research will have ethics approval and will not be published in a way that can identify you.

For our business operations

We use certain third party tools and systems as part of our day to day business. We take steps to ensure personal information is protected, including conducting privacy impact assessments. You can find out more about specific third parties we use below:

We use a third-party tool called Campaign Monitor to manage some of our newsletters.

Where we do this, any personal information you provide (your email address and name) will also be collected and stored by Campaign Monitor and you should also check their privacy statement.

See our Website terms of use here.

We have CCTV installed to protect buildings and prevent property damage, to respond to emergency situations and protect the health, safety and wellbeing of all persons at our sites.

CCTV will operate in public spaces and areas, such as car parks, building entranceways, shared pathways and reception areas. Cameras will not operate in areas where persons have an expectation of privacy, such as consult rooms and treatment areas.

We use an online learning management system through the third party Totara Learning Solutions.

Your details are collected and stored to access our Clinical Quality and Education programmes, meetings, workshops, sessions and receive news bulletins. Totara will also hold information and you should also check the Totara privacy statement.

The 24 Hour Surgery uses the Stripe payment gateway to comply with the banking rules for online credit card payments. Stripe collects identifying information about the devices that connect to its services, and uses this information to operate and facilitate payments, and improve the services it provides, including for fraud detection.

You can learn more about Stripe and read its privacy policy on the Stripe website.

The 24 Hour Surgery does not hold or store any credit card details.


Go back to the Privacy Statement page