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We respect your privacy. Thank you for your interest in Community Medicine Foundation. We are committed to maintaining your confidence and trust. We are committed to protecting your personal health information in compliance with the Federal law.

You have certain rights with respect to your personal health information. You have the right to inspect and request a copy, the right to amend, the right to receive an accounting of disclosures, the right to request restrictions, the right to receive confidential communications, the right to a paper copy of this notice.

We reserve the right to change this notice and to make the changed notice effective for all of the health information that we maintain about you, whether it is information that we previously received about you or information we may receive about you in the future. We will have available a copy of our current notice in our facility. Our notice will indicate the effective date on the first page, in the center of page. We will also give you a copy of our current notice upon request. In the event there is a major change in our privacy practices, a notice will be posted on our web site. We look forward to serving you.

Community Medicine Foundation has been formed to provide comprehensive and preventive primary health care services for residents within the target area. Community Medicine Foundation, Inc. DBA North Central Family Medical Center is a private, non-profit community based and community owned health center. Community Medicine Foundation (CMF) has been in operation since June 1992 under the guidance of a local board of directors made up of citizens who are representative of the community it serves. As a community health center, the organization's primary mission is to provide affordable and accessible primary medical care to the surrounding medically underserved communities of York, Chester and Lancaster counties, and others, without compromising quality of care.
 


 
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