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In order for us to maintain high standards of discretion, professionalism and integrity, we would like to remind you of the necessity for strict confidentiality where our Clients and Staff are concerned at all times.

Do not disclose anyone’s presence within at Serenity Health.

Please do under any circumstance discuss a client’s alcohol or drug treatment in front of another client or out of the bounds of the therapy office.

Please be aware of not discussing a client’s treatment in therapy office if another member of the team is using the phone.

Do not have contact with or make comments to the Media (press, tv or radio) about the organisation, it’s running’s, Clients or staff without permission of the Owner or Management Team.

Do not disclose information about Clients or Staff (past or present), their past employment or lives to any other person without the permission of the person concerned.

Do not disclose telephone numbers or personal information regarding members of staff, past or present, or Clients, past or present to any other person who does not have current dealings with the organisation.

Do not disclose any information about items discussed/events occurring within staff supervision (either one to one or group) or staff dynamics groups to any other person who was not present in that particular session or group, including past or present staff members.

If you leave the employment of the organisation by choice or otherwise, it would be very much appreciated if you did not disclose any information about things you have heard, seen or been privy to whilst in the employment of the organisation.

Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in disciplinary action being taken against you whilst you are in the organisation, which could result in your dismissal.

If you are no longer in the employment of the organisation but breach these confidentiality rules, legal action may be taken against you.

I have read and understood the above and agree to adhere to it.

Title: Confidentiality – Staff
Prepared by: The Management Team
Issue/review date: January 2018
Review date: January 2019
Status: Approved  – Care Home Manager

January 28, 2018


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