Processing of personal data for marketing purposes

Advance Healthcare Management s.r.o, with a registered office at U Háje 296/22, Braník, 147 00, Prague 4, processes personal data as a part of its services. The following information will tell you which personal data we process and why and how we do so. You will also find out what your rights are in this context, i.e. what you can request from us and who to turn to with suggestions and potential complaints. We therefore ask that you read the following text carefully.

The administrator of your personal data is Advance Healthcare Management Consulting s.r.o., Identification Number: 24125229, with its registered office at U Háje 296/22, Braník, 147 00 Praha 4 (hereinafter referred to as “AC”).

The contact person to get further information is Lenka Kadlecová, e-mail:, phone : +420 241 432 113.

Which personal data do we process and for what reason?

 We process personal data on the basis of valid legal regulations of the Czech Republic related to bookkeeping and for the purpose of providing services and performance of contracts (contact data, data submitted in connection with the performance of the contract).

To whom can we provide your personal data?

In most cases, we manage your personal data exclusively within AC and do not pass it on to any external suppliers. In some cases, we also use external suppliers, which is why personal data may be transferred to these suppliers for further processing of data for our purposes. External suppliers have a written contract with us, which obliges them to adhere to strict principles when handling your data. Please know that we select our suppliers according to strict criteria, so you do not have to worry about your data. We do not transfer your personal data abroad.

In what form is your personal data processed?

We process your data exclusively in electronic form.

How long do we keep your personal data?

We keep the data for necessary time, or for the period resulting from the contract.

What are your rights in relation to your personal data?

As a data subject, the legal system entrusts you with the following rights in relation to your personal data.

1. Right of access to personal data

Of course, you have the right to know which personal data is processed, how and for which purpose, for how long, where we obtained this data, whether and to whom we pass it on. At the same time, you have the right to be informed of other rights regarding this data. This document is intended to inform you in particular, however, we are ready to provide you with confirmation or clarification on any point of this information.

If you ask us to do so, we will also provide you with a copy of your personal data without undue delay. We are entitled to charge a reasonable fee for this copy, in connection with administrative costs, especially if it is requested repeatedly. If you submit this request in electronic form, we will automatically assume that you are interested in providing information in electronic form as well. However, you have the option of requesting another method. Please note that the right to obtain a copy of personal data may not adversely affect the rights of others.

2. The right to correct personal data

If you find that the personal data we process about you is inaccurate or incomplete, you have the right to request that we supplement or correct it without undue delay.

3. The right to restrict the processing of personal data

This right allows you in certain cases to request that some of your personal data be marked and that this data not be further processed for a certain period of time. This is not the same as the right of deletion, as the processing restriction is not permanent. You have the right to restrict the processing of your personal data if:

  • you deny the accuracy of the data we process about you, for the time necessary for their accuracy to be verified,
  • the processing has no legal basis (e.g. beyond the data we are authorized to process), but instead of deleting you prefer to limit the processing, for example because you expect to provide us with this data in the future,
  • we no longer need to process your personal data, but you request it to determine, enforce or defend your legal claims,
  • you object to the processing (on this right, see the next point of instruction).

If processing is restricted, data may only be processed by your consent, or for the purpose of determining, enforcing or defending legal claims, for the protection of the rights of another person, whether natural or legal, or for reasons of overriding public interest.

4. The right to object to the processing of personal data

You may at any time have the right to object to the processing of your personal data for the above mentioned. If this happens, we will stop processing your personal data for these purposes immediately.

5. The right to complain to the supervisory authority

The exercise of the rights stated so far does not affect your right to file a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection at Pplk. Sochora 27, 170 00 Prague 7 (website: www. You can file a complaint whenever you have doubts about whether your personal data is processed as it should be, i.e. unjustifiably or in violation of the law.

6. The right of deletion

In some cases, as a data subject, you also have the right to have your personal data deleted. We generally delete your personal data when we no longer need it and we have no legal reason to process it.

How can individual rights be exercised?

In all matters related to the processing of your personal data, whether it is an inquiry, application of law, complaint or anything else, you can contact the person in charge of personal data protection in the company, in the following ways:

  • by e-mail at,
  • by phone at +420 241 432 112.

We will process your request without undue delay, but within a maximum of one month. In exceptional cases, especially due to the complexity of your request, we are entitled to extend this period by another two months. We will of course inform you about such a potential extension and its justification.