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RocDoc Privacy Notice


RocDoc is a modern healthcare facility with a team of health care professionals who provide COVID-19 testing.  Our team have extensive experience in the provision of such testing services. We strive to offer the very best service possible.

We know that your privacy is important to you especially when it comes to matters concerning your health. This notice explains how we collect and use your information, who we share it with and your legal rights.

This notice applies to our use of your information in connection with COVID-19 testing services and all our related website, domains, and apps that may be accessed by our patients and employers (collectively the “Services”).


RocDoc Health Check Limited (“RocDoc”, “we”, “us” or “our”) is the provider of the Services and is data controller for your information.

RocDoc is a company incorporated under the laws of Ireland with company number 676547 and registered office at Unit 6 Ashbourne Retail Park, Ashbourne, Co Meath.


We collect and process information relating to individuals using the Services, including customers, employers, healthcare professionals and others.


In the course of providing the Services, we collect or receive information in different ways and relating to various groups of individuals, including:

  • Patients – we collect and use information relating to you. This information may include information relating to your health, clinical history, details of your current healthcare professional or employer through whom you are using the Services as well as images taken of you. This information is provided to us by you or your employer or healthcare professional. We will also collect and use information you provide to set up your account and/or to book a Covid-19 test. This information may include your name, date of birth, address, mobile phone number and email address. We will also collect payment information as part of our administrative, financial and operational process.
  • Employers – we collect and use information relating to you. This information may include your name, job title, email address, organisation, professional details and mobile phone number. We will also collect information about employees (our patients) from you and you should try to limit the personal information you give us to what you think is necessary for us to provide the Services.

If you visit any of our websites or use our apps, we will collect certain information relating to you. Generally, unless you submit information to us, such as via an online form, we only collect technical and device-related information from your use of our website and apps.


We use this information for the purposes described below.

  • Providing the Services:  We process your information (including your health information) as necessary to provide the Services requested. For example, we collect information from you (or from your healthcare professional or employer) in order to provide the Services. We also store this information on our platform so you (and your healthcare professional or employer) can access your results and other information, where you have given consent.
  • Account set up and payment:  We process your information in order to set up a profile for you on our platform and as part of our administrative, financial and operational processes, such as taking payment, issuing invoices, etc. where you pay for the Service directly.
  • Service improvement and development: We process your information in order to improve our Services and for business planning purposes. For example, we may process information about how you use our Services in order to troubleshoot technical issues, predict service level demands and understand the features of the Services that are most popular. We also process your information in order to develop new products and services. For example, as part of our work with our commercial partners, we may share anonymised data that does not identify you but which reveal trends, patterns or other information about how we provide the Services that is useful to our commercial partners.
  • Safety and security: We process your information as necessary to ensure we offer safe and secure Services, including to detect and prevent fraudulent and other illegal behaviour.
  • Legal and regulatory: We process your information as required (a) for compliance with our legal and regulatory obligations (b) to detect, investigate, prevent, and address fraud and other illegal activity, security, or technical issues; (c) to protect our rights, property, or safety; (d) to enforce any contracts we have with you; (e) to prevent physical injury or other harm to any person or entity, including you and members of the public; and (f) for regulatory compliance and investigations. For example, we may be legally required to share information with public health bodies.
  • Marketing: We may send you updates, invites and marketing materials relating to the Services. If we do so, we will also collect information on your interaction with such communications.

If you are a patient, due to the nature of the Services we provide, it is necessary that we process data concerning your health and medical history. To avail of the Services, you will be requested to provide information relating to your health and medical history. Such data shall only be processed based on your explicit consent. If you wish to withdraw your consent, please contact us via the contact details at the bottom of this notice.


In order to collect, use, share, and otherwise process your information for the purposes described in this notice, we rely on a number of legal bases, some of which are mentioned above, including where:

  • necessary to perform a contract we have with you, and to provide the Services;
  • you have consented to the processing (in which case you may withdraw your consent at any time). When processing your health information (as described at section 6) we rely on your explicit consent;
  • necessary for us to comply with a legal obligation;
  • necessary to protect your vital interests, or those of others;
  • necessary in the public interest;
  • necessary for the purposes of RocDoc’s or a third party’s legitimate interests, for example for marketing, improving or developing the Services and keeping the Services safe and secure, provided that those interests are not overridden by your interests or fundamental rights and freedoms.

In the course of providing the Services, we share information with various third parties such as your employer (with your consent), relevant government departments and bodies (including public health bodies), our service providers or regulators (where legally required).

We do this based upon the legal bases and exceptions mentioned in section 7 of this notice for the following purposes.

  • Providing the Services: If you are a patient, we may share the information provided by you with our service providers in order to provide the Services. We will share the results of your consultation with your employer or healthcare professional if you have consented.
  • Keeping our Services safe and secure: We use your information in certain instances as necessary to pursue our and your legitimate interests of keeping some of our Services, such as our domains, websites, apps, offices and events, safe and secure. For example, we collect IP addresses and process log files to ensure our website and apps are not subject to fraudulent access.
  • Legal and safety reasons: We may share your information with law enforcement, public health bodies, regulators and others if we have a good-faith belief that it is reasonably necessary to (a) respond, based on applicable law, to a legal request (e.g., a subpoena, search warrant, court order, or other request from government or law enforcement); (b) detect, investigate, prevent, and address fraud and other illegal activity, security, or technical issues; (c) protect our rights, property, or safety; (d) enforce any contracts we have with you; (e) prevent physical injury or other harm to any person or entity, including you and members of the public; (f) for regulatory compliance and investigations.
  • Service providers and professional advisers: We may share your personal information to help us provide our services and communicate with you. Categories of service providers include IT software, laboratory testing service providers, swabbing service providers and hosting providers and records-storage companies. We may also share your personal information where we need advice and support from our professional advisers, such as accountants, lawyers and insurance providers. Where such third parties are processors, these third parties are contractually required to use it only to provide their service to us and are contractually barred from using it for their own purposes.
  • Business re-organisation: In instances where our business is subject to a re-organization, such as a merger or acquisition of some or all of its assets, we may, in accordance with our legitimate interests, need to share information in the course of the transaction. In such circumstances, your information may be disclosed, where permitted by applicable law, in connection with a corporate restructuring, sale, or assignment of assets, merger, or other changes of control or financial status of RocDoc.

In certain cases, we need to transfer your information to recipients outside the European Economic Area (“EEA”), such as where it is necessary to provide the Services.

Where we transfer your information, we do so in accordance with EU data protection law. We only transfer personal information to these countries when it is necessary for the services we provide you, or it is necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims or subject to safeguards that assure the protection of your information. We may rely on different legal mechanisms to ensure the transfer is lawful. If the recipient is in a country that is not deemed ‘adequate’ by the European Commission, we may enter into the ‘standard contractual clauses’ with the recipient. These are contracts that contain standard commitments approved by the EU Commission protecting the privacy and security of the information transferred.

Please note that the privacy protections in some of these countries may not be the same as in your home country. We will only transfer information as permitted by law.

For further information, including obtaining a copy of the documents used to protect your information, please contact us on [].


We may retain your information for as long as necessary in light of the purposes set out in this notice, including for the purposes of satisfying any legal, accounting, or reporting requirements and, where required for RocDoc to assert or defend against legal claims, until the end of the relevant retention period or until the claims in question have been settled. For example, we have specific legal obligations to retain medical information in accordance with our statutory requirements.

To determine the appropriate retention period for personal data, we consider the amount, nature, and sensitivity of the personal data, the potential risk of harm from unauthorised use or disclosure of your personal data, the purposes for which we process your personal data and whether we can achieve those purposes through other means, and the applicable legal requirements. For example, we retain any sample or DNA data you provide to us for the minimum period required to provide the Services, which will be less than two weeks after which it is safely and securely destroyed.


You have a number of rights in relation to your information that we process. To exercise these rights, please contact us at

While some of these rights apply generally, certain rights apply only in specific circumstances. We describe these rights below.

  • Access: You have the right to request access to your information that we control.
  • Data Portability: You have the right to request that some of your personal information that you initially provided to us is returned to you or another controller in a commonly used machine readable format.
  • Rectify, Restrict and Delete: You have the right to ask us to restrict the processing of your information or to rectify or delete your information. Please note that despite a deletion request, we may continue to process your information if we have a legal basis to do so.
  • Object: If we process your information based on our legitimate interests explained above, or in the public interest, you can object in certain circumstances. In such cases, where legally required to do so, we will cease processing your information unless we have compelling legitimate grounds to continue processing or where it is needed for legal reasons. Where we use your data for direct marketing, you can always object using the unsubscribe link in such communications or by contacting us at [].
  • Withdraw Consent: Where you have previously provided your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent to our processing of your information at any time. For example, you can withdraw your consent to email marketing by using the unsubscribe link in such communications or contacting us at [].  In certain cases, we may continue to process your information after you have withdrawn consent if we have a legal basis to do so or if your withdrawal of consent was limited to certain processing activities.
  • Complain: You have the right to submit a complaint about our use of your information with your local supervisory authority or RocDoc’s supervisory authority, the Irish Data Protection Commission.

Our websites, domains and apps may contain links to other websites and services, which are managed and controlled by third parties. Please note that this notice does not apply in those cases and we are not responsible for the privacy practices of such third parties.


From time to time, we may amend this notice. This might happen, for example, where we make changes to the Services. If we make material changes to the notice, we will take steps to notify you, such as by posting a notice on our website. The notice was last updated at the date indicated further below.


If you want to exercise you rights (described above), or if you have any questions about this notice, please contact us as follows:

Unit 6 Ashbourne Retail Park Ashbourne Co Meath

Last updated: [4] February 2021


You have a right to know whether or not personal data is being processed and if so where and for what purpose.  Should you require a copy of your patient notes then we can supply this to you, free of charge (as we always have done so) and this can now only be provided to you in electronic format (i.e. email which we password protect).

For the duration that you are a patient at RocDoc we will hold your data electronically.  Any paperwork that is completed by you such as your registration documents are scanned to your file and then shredded.  Should we have received your notes from a previous Doctor in a hard copy format then these are stored securely and any applicable elements scanned digitally to your electronic file.  If someone no longer be a patient at RocDoc then we can make the digital file ‘inactive’, ‘deceased’ or ‘archived’.

Parental consent will be required to process personal data of children under the age of 16 for online services.  There may be discussions whereby this age of consent may drop but it would not be below the age of 13.


Dear patient,

On 13 June 2022 Centric Health acquired ownership of RocDoc GP Ashbourne.

We would like to assure you that although the ownership has changed, the incredible team you have come to know will still be providing medical care to you and your family.

For more information, please contact us on or call us on 0818 543 999.