Within the scope of our activities as a medical service provider, we are legally obliged to collect and store personal data. In accordance with Art. 13 EU-DSGVO, we inform the person concerned of this at the time of collection. Further information on personal data processing within the scope of our medical service provision can be found below.
1. contact the responsible body
Radiologisches Zentrum München-Pasing
Dr. med. Wolfgang Schubert, Prof. Dr. med. Jürgen Scheidler, Dr. med. Ursula Johst
Pippinger Str. 25
Tel. 089/89 60 00-0
Fax 089/89 60 00-19
2. contact the data protection officer
Mr Dennis Feiler
Einstein ring 28
85609 Aschheim b. München
Tel: 089 461487-0
fax: 089 461487-11
3. purposes and legal basis of data processing
The collection, processing and storage of your personal data serves the purpose of medical service provision and service invoicing in accordance with the statutory provisions.
The legal basis for the collection of data as well as the documentation and archiving obligations is provided by the Model Professional Code of Conduct for Doctors (MBO), the provisions of the Social Security Code (SGB) and, in the case of the provision of radiological services, the X-ray Ordinance (RöV).
4. duration of storage
The data collected will be stored in accordance with the legal provisions mentioned in point 3 for a minimum of 10 years and a maximum of 30 years.
5. information on your rights
a) Information: You have the right to information at any time to find out what data is stored.
b) Correction: You have the right to have your data corrected at any time.
c) Deletion: You have the right to have your data deleted at any time, provided this does not conflict with other legal regulations regarding storage.
d) Objection: You have the right to object at any time to the processing, use and transfer of your data. Within the scope of our medical service provision, however, we are legally obliged to document and store your personal data as well as data concerning the medical service performed on your premises!
e) Complaint: You have the right to complain to the competent data protection supervisory authority.
6. why we need your data
The collection of the necessary data serves the purpose of providing our medical services for your health. Failure to provide this information would mean that we would not be able to provide treatment.