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Washington Health Data Privacy Policy

Effective March 31, 2024

This Health Data Privacy Policy (“Health Data Policy”) describes the health data (defined below) that we collect about you; how we use that information; and the choices you may make with respect to it.

This Health Data Policy only applies to residents of Washington. For additional information relating to our general privacy practices in connection with our websites (“Site”) and additional rights that you may have, please visit our Privacy Policy . In the event of a conflict between our Privacy Policy and this Health Data Policy, this Health Data Policy will control.

Our Site may contain links to third-party websites/content/services that are not owned or controlled by Pfizer. Pfizer is not responsible for how these properties operate or treat your health data, so we recommend that you read the privacy policies and terms associated with these third-party properties carefully.

  • Depending on the specific service or product offering that you use or receive and your interaction with us, we may collect certain personal information about you that identifies your past, present, or future physical or mental health status (“health data”). Examples of health data we might collect include:

    • Information about your health conditions, symptoms, status, diseases, diagnoses, testing, or treatments (including surgeries, procedures, use or purchase of medications, or other social, psychological, behavioral, and medical interventions);
    • Measurements of bodily functions, vital signs, symptoms, or other health characteristics;
    • Information regarding gender-affirming care or reproductive or sexual health;
    • Data that could identify you as an individual seeking health care services; and
    • Any inferences of the above categories of health data that we may infer or derive from non-health related information.

    We may collect these categories of health data directly from you, automatically when you use the Site, and from other sources, such as public databases and other third parties.

  • As described further in the How We Use Personal Data and Additional State Disclosures Sections of our Privacy Policy, we may use this health data to serve you; to connect you with third parties; to validate your ability to access and/or use certain products, services and information; to provide and improve products and services; to protect patients and consumers; in accordance with special program terms; to operate, manage, and maintain our business; to respond to your inquiries and fulfill your requests; to send administrative information to you; to send you certain marketing communications; to personalize certain experiences; and to facilitate social sharing or messages services when available. We may also use your health data for our business purposes and objectives, including, data analysis; audits; developing new products; improving existing products; identifying usage trends; determining the effectiveness of promotional campaigns; preventing fraud; and expanding our business activities. Additionally, we may use this health data to comply with applicable law, legal process, respond to requests from public and government authorities, and to protect our rights, operations, and enforce our terms of service.

    We primarily use your health data for these purposes in connection with providing a product or service you have requested. In some circumstances (e.g., where the purpose is not to provide a product or service you requested), we may collect and use health data with your consent.

    Additionally, we may deidentify or anonymize health data so that it cannot reasonably be reidentified by us or by another person, and we may use this deidentified data for any reason permitted by applicable law. If we deidentify information that was originally based on health data, we maintain and use that information in deidentified form and will not attempt to reidentify the data, except as otherwise permitted under applicable law.

  • We may share these categories of health data with third parties, such as other companies and individuals we retain to perform services on our behalf and other companies and individuals with whom we collaborate with respect to particular products or services (collectively “Providers”) and our affiliates, as described in How We Disclose Your Personal Data Section and Additional State Disclosures Section of our Privacy Policy. We may also disclose health data in connection with a business transfer (such as selling or buying a business unit), to comply with the law, or to protect the safety, rights, or property of our customers, the public, Pfizer or others.

    Individual Rights

    As described in the Additional State Disclosures section of our Privacy Policy, you may have certain rights relating to your health data subject to certain exceptions and depending on where you live. These rights may include obtaining access to and deleting your health data.

    Submitting Requests. You may submit requests to exercise these rights by accessing our webform at You will be asked to provide certain personal information when submitting your request including your first and last name, email address, and telephone number for us to determine if your information is in our systems. 

    Appeals. You may have a right to appeal against a decision we make relating to requests to exercise your rights under applicable local law. To appeal a decision, please access our webform at  

  • If you have any questions about this Health Data Policy, please contact us by emailing the Privacy Officer, or write to the following address:

    Pfizer Inc.
    Privacy Officer
    66 Hudson Boulevard East
    New York, NY 10001
    Privacy Officer