Privacy Policy


Pediatric Ophthalmology Greece designed its website so that its users can visit it without having to reveal their identity. Visitors to our website are asked to provide us with their personal data only if they want to make an online appointment on our website.
Before browsing our website, please consult the following terms and conditions. Make sure you agree with the following terms and conditions because your further use and browsing of the website implies your explicit and unconditional consent and agreement with them. This Statement of Personal Data Protection and the attached Terms and Conditions of Use of the website refer exclusively to your personal data, which you provide us during your actions on this website. User details (name, email address, address, landline phone, mobile phone, etc.) are considered confidential. The personal data of the Customers are used, based on Law 2472/97, exclusively for the provision of personalized services, the extraction of anonymous statistical data and informing them about new services and offers, if they themselves wish to do so.

Also, the user has the right to withdraw the already given consent to the processing of his personal data according to no. 7 of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Access to personal data is granted only to authorized employees, collaborators and third parties mentioned above processing the above data at the behest of the company and only whenever and to the extent that this is necessary (in accordance with no. 6 of the general principles of the Regulation (EU 2016/ 679).The customer in relation to his personal data also has the following rights and the possibility of exercising them in accordance with the following articles of the general principles of 2016/679:

Right to information and information (no. 12,13,14) – Right to object (no. 21) – Right to access data (no. 15) – Right to correct inaccurate or incomplete data (no. 16 GDPR) – Right to delete data (no. .17) – Right to limit the details of the processing (no. 18) – Right to portability, i.e. the transfer of one’s personal data from one controller to another (no. 20).

All the documents and electronic data that will be exchanged between the parties will be kept by the company or those performing the processing or processing on its behalf for as long as provided by the activity file according to no. 30 of 2016/679.

The Pediatric Ophthalmology Company of Greece clarifies once again that the use of personal data is necessary for the performance of the required services and users must be aware that the use is not intended to collect personal data, but solely to facilitate the management of the above-mentioned functions. The personal data voluntarily provided by the user is not shared or sold to third parties. At any time, the user reserves the right to update or delete his information in accordance with current legislation, i.e. he has the right of access (Article 12 of Law 2472/1997) and the right of objection (Article 13 of Law 2472/1997) for the protection of his personal data after telephone or written communication with the Pediatric Ophthalmology of Greece at the email address or at the phone number 2310244311.

Finally, it is pointed out to the users that on there are “links” (hyperlinks or banners) to other websites, which are not managed by the Company and does not exercise any control over them, the services provided by them and the personal data protection policy observed on their behalf. The use of the above links is subject exclusively to their own terms of use, of which users must be informed. Pediatric Ophthalmology Greece bears absolutely no responsibility for any losses or damages that may occur to users from their use. Connecting to the above links is carried out at the user’s own risk.

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