Collection and use of personal data

Personal data communicated by the members during registration are for the exclusive use of HEALTHME and are not transmitted to third parties.

Personal data collected during registration (email address, name, specialty, city and registration number in the Order of Doctors or proof of professional activity) are intended to inform and verify your identity to ensure exclusive access to healthcare professionals.

Only your name, speciality and city will be viewable to other members of the community to be identifiable. In addition, when you register, a public profile on Internet with your name, surname, specialty and city is created to make you visible to users. You can then complete this public profile with the information you want to add (place of exercise ....). At any time, you can deactivate your public profile from the "My Profile" page.

Your email address serves as an identifier enabling you to connect to the community and will only be used, depending on your preferences, to send you information about the community (the member can set the notifications they wish to receive by email in "My Preferences") . The data used to verify your professional activity (registration number in the Order of Doctors or proof of professional activity) is for the exclusive use of HEALTHME.

Additional personal data (such as Medical School, Internship, customised avatar, working method, etc.) can subsequently be entered into the member's profile at their discretion. This data, only viewable by other community members can be useful in facilitating relationships between members.

You have a right at any time to access, modify, rectify, transfer, oppose and delete personal data as provided by the Data Protection Act of 6th January 1978, amended by the Act of 16th August 2004 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Passive data collection

HEALTHME uses 'cookies' to facilitate your navigation. They are used for example when you have checked the "remember me" to register your login credentials for automatic log in rom the same computer. Depending on your Internet browser, it is possible to disable these cookies. In this case, some features such as the one mentioned above will no longer be available.

We also collect information such as IP addresses and connection days to send you personalised data, and for statistical purposes.

These data are collected for the exclusive use of HEALTHME and are not communicated to third parties.

Data retention period

The personal data are kept as long as the user wishes to use the services provided by

Data Controller and Data Recipient

The controller and the recipient of your data is HEALTHME SAS, located at 27-29 rue Raffet, 75016 Paris.

All persons having access to your personal data are bound by a confidentiality obligation.

Your Rights on the collected data

Right of access, modification, rectification and deletion

You have a general right of access, modification, correction, portability, limitation, opposition and deletion of your personal data and withdrawal of your consent.

You also have the right to define the fate of your personal data post-mortem.

To exercise these rights, you can write to us at

Right of appeal

You have the right to appeal to the CNIL (National Commission for Data Processing and Freedoms) or any other personal data protection authority.

Confidentiality and protection of your personal data

We take all necessary precautions to guarantee the confidentiality of information received against loss, theft, alteration, misuse, access, disclosure and destruction of personal data.

Moreover, the website is hosted on a OVH company server.

Confidentiality of exchanges

All content published on the community will only be viewed by the member or members(s) specified (s) during publication (in accordance with the viewing criteria: the community, contacts, one or more groups).

In no case do the community's partner (s) institution (s) have access to the contents published on the website, or to the identity of the members registered with the community.

Last updated: June 19, 2018