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Cookies and how Ramsay Health Care UK uses them

A cookie is a text file that is stored on your computer by your web browser when you visit certain websites and remembers useful information. 

Ramsay Health Care will not use cookies to collect any personally identifiable information about you. 

The list below details cookies that are used on Ramsay Health Care UK websites and what they are used for.

Strictly necessary cookies

Necessary cookies are required to ensure that certain parts of Ramsay’s websites function and are easier for you to use.

 

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.IMMAUTH To allow users access to membership only parts of Ramsay’s websites.

 

Performance Cookies

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Google Analytics

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Ramsay uses Google analytics to track website and page visit numbers as well as browser and operating system information. No user identifiable or personal data is collected and is anonymous.

 

Targeting Cookies

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Allows you to connect and share pages with social networks like Facebook, Reddit and stumble upon.

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Allows you to connect and share pages with the social network Google Plus One.

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Allows you to connect and share pages with the social network Facebook.

Google.com

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To automatically detect your location in Google maps to return more relevant results. 

How to control cookies

Performance and targeting cookies are blocked on this site by default however your experience will be improved by allowing these cookies. You can allow these via the privacy settings icon located at the bottom of your browser window.

To learn how to delete or control cookies across different browsers as well as general information on Cookies, please visit www.aboutcookies.org.