Terms of Use

The following terms and conditions apply to your use of the of Dr George Du Toit and related pages. Your viewing and use of the Website is permitted only on the condition that you agree that the following terms and conditions shall apply.You agree that your access to this Website; your use of any information which is contained within this Website; and your access to any hypertext links within this Website are at your own risk.  Dr Du Toit takes care to ensure that the contents of his Website are as clear, accurate and as easy to use as possible, but cannot accept responsibility for any inaccuracies, incompleteness of information, errors or omissions in respect of information on this Website or on any to which his Website may be linked. No warranty is given as to the freedom of this Website from errors, defects or viruses.

 

Whilst the information in this Website does include generic medical opinion it is not specific; if you are unwell you must seek medical advice from a trained medical professional. The information on this website is provided 'as is'. Whilst Dr Du Toit has made all reasonable efforts to ensure that information provided on this website is accurate at the time of inclusion, he accepts no liability for any inaccuracies or omissions and freely admits the information on his site may be out of date or inaccurate.

 

Unless otherwise stated, intellectual property rights of whatever nature, whether registered or unregistered, in this Website and its contents are owned by Dr Du Toit. All images on this website are subject to copyright. All material on this site is for non-commercial use. Dr Du Toit accepts no responsibility for any adoption or adaption of any of the content of this Website for any purpose.  These Terms and Conditions are governed by and shall be construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.

 


Data Protection, Mission, Funding, Advertising, Quality Assurance, Info Disclaimer

Terms of Use

The following terms and conditions apply to your use of the of Dr George Du Toit and related pages. Your viewing and use of the Website is permitted only on the condition that you agree that the following terms and conditions shall apply

You agree that your access to this Website; your use of any information which is contained within this Website; and your access to any hypertext links within this Website are at your own risk.  

Dr Du Toit takes care to ensure that the contents of his Website are as clear, accurate and as easy to use as possible, but cannot accept responsibility for any inaccuracies, incompleteness of information, errors or omissions in respect of information on this Website or on any to which his Website may be linked.

The information in this Website does include medical advice but this MAY NOT BE SPECIFIC to your condition, if you are unwell you must seek medical advice from a trained medical professional. 

Whilst Dr Du Toit has made all reasonable efforts to ensure that information provided on this website is accurate at the time of inclusion, Dr Du Toit accepts no liability for any inaccuracies or omissions and freely admits the information on his site may be out of date or inaccurate.

Unless otherwise stated, intellectual property rights of whatever nature, whether registered or unregistered, in this Website and its contents are owned by Dr Du Toit. All images on this website are subject to copyright. All material on this site is for non-commercial use. Dr Du Toit accepts no responsibility for any adoption or adaption of any of the content of this Website for any purpose.  These Terms and Conditions are governed by and shall be construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.


Data Protection

The confidentiality of patient information is of great importance to this practice. Along with our service provision managers, PHF Services, we make use of all reasonable means (e.g. latest practice manager software, staff training) to secure all data (telephonic, written and electronic). 

We observe the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998 and the data protection principles in relation to personal data. Dr Du Toit is registered as a Data Controller under the Data Protection Act. The Data Protection Act 1998 entitles you to request information held about you in the practice (a fee will however be charged for requests that extend beyond routine summaries).  

Website Mission

The website aims to serve as an information source, primarily for those patients registered under the care of Dr George Du Toit. 

Website Information & Content

Information provided on the site is meant to complement and not replace any advice or information from a health professional.  Whilst the information in this Website does include generic medical opinion it is not specific; if you are unwell you must seek medical advice from a trained medical professional. Whilst Dr Du Toit has made all reasonable efforts to ensure that information provided on this website is accurate at the time of inclusion, he accepts no liability for any inaccuracies or omissions and freely admits the information on his site may be out of date or inaccurate.

Website Funding

This website is funded by Dr Du Toit alone. Despite links to commercial enterprises, no monies are gained from doing so. 

Advertising

Our website does not host advertisement banners or sponsored links to commercial enterprises. Links to commercial enterprises, charities, allergy associations... are voluntarily placed on the site in order to facilitate user value and education and are not sponsored. Were an advertisement to ever be actively placed for such purposes, this will be distinguished by the word "Advertisement".

Quality Assurance & Governance of Staff and Facilities

All nurses and dietitians in the practice are registered with their respective councils and are experienced in the management of childhood illness and in particular childhood allergies. All clinical staff hold valid Disclosure Barring Service Checks (previously CRB checks) for work with children in the UK. 

All clinical staff in the practice undergo annual review and participate in Continuing Professional Development activities, including attendance at CPD accredited Allergy meetings and Advanced Paediatric Life Support training. We aim to comply with the principles and values on which Good Medical Practice is founded, as laid down by the UK General Medical Council.

Privacy

This site gathers no data from visitors. Google will collect data as per their site policy and as per google access procedures, this practice has no access to this information other than anonymously through the google adwords features; no data is requested by this practice from visitors hence none can be used by a third party or other companies. 

This practice website does not use cookies. Once again, we request no visitor information such as email addresses or/and contact information, names, personal or medical data.