Ceres California Shopping
The Mitchell Ranch shopping center project was the longest in the city's history, and the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) halted its development. A 13-year wait will end on Monday when Ceres City Council is required to approve the final environmental impact statement for the $1.2 billion Mitchell Ranch shopping center.
For more than a decade, a group called Citizens for Ceres has erected countless protests and legal obstacles against the project. The Ceres City Council approved it last year after a lengthy battle in Stanislaus County Supreme Court led by Sherri Jacobson and attorney Bret Jolley.
Upon receipt of a copy of this paper notice, you will be asked to provide us with a copy. If you wish to apply for additional restrictions, please obtain a form from the pharmacy to restrict the use and distribution of the product, return the completed form to the pharmacies and return it to them for approval or receive another copy from us. For those who wish to receive accounting reports and / or PHI: Get the access data form from your pharmacy and get a complete form with access to all the records in your name, address, phone number and email address. For those who wish to view and / or receive copies of PHIs: by requesting the forms from their pharmacy to request restrictions and uses of caps, send the complete forms to their pharmacy for inspection, registration and receipt of copies.
For those who have received a PHI disclosure: You have the right to receive a copy of all disclosures about PHI that your pharmacy has made to you. You can also receive an email or phone call with information about changes to your PHI that are made by the pharmacy, if any.
If the pharmacy believes in good faith that it is in the best interest of your health, safety, health care or the health of the public, it may disclose PHI and use it to avert serious health and safety threats. The pharmacy may use, disclose or use PHI for specialized government functions, including health insurance coverage, drug testing and other health services. If pharmacies believe, believe, or act in "good faith," they will not disclose and / or use PHI if they violate a law authorizing a health care regulator to conduct oversight activities such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ("HIPAA"). When a pharmacy discloses PHI to a specific government agency for a specialized "government function," including the U.S. Department of Health (the "Department of Health") or a state or local health authority, your PHI may be disclosed and used for the purpose of preventing a serious threat to your health or safety.
The pharmacy will seek written permission from you for any other use or disclosure of your PHI and will use, disclose or disclose it only pursuant to that approval. However, the pharmacy is not obliged to take into account your desired access to PHI for other purposes, such as health insurance coverage, drug testing and other health benefits. You have the right to obtain a copy of PHI, to view it, and to have a reasonable expectation of privacy to request access and / or obtain permission for your pharmacy to retain and retain PHI for the duration of its maintenance. If you apply for the use of PHI in connection with the supervisory activities of a health authority, you do not need permission from the Department of Health or a state or local health authority.
If you wish to request a change of your communication address or telephone number, you can return the completed form to your pharmacy and obtain permission from the pharmacy to change the address and / or phone number. The pharmacy may contact you for the following purposes: You may be contacted by a pharmacy to remind you of a prescription until the prescription is ready to refill it. You can also contact pharmacies at any time to remind them to fill your prescription during maintenance.
If you reject a request, you have the option of having the request reviewed by someone who has been assigned to you or someone who is not involved in the original review. You can ask a third party, such as a doctor, nurse, physician's assistant or other medical professional, to review your refusal.
You can contact your pharmacy to inform them of alternative treatments or products, but they are required to disclose and use PHI as required or limited by law. PHI is used by pharmacies to evaluate and improve quality and to evaluate their staff. Pharmacies use and publish PHI when necessary and / or limited to the law or for other purposes.
Pharmacies may disclose PHI to law enforcement for authorized purposes and may disclose PHI to public or private entities authorized by law to assist in disaster relief efforts. Pharmacies may disclose PHI if appropriate documentation is provided to the pharmacy.