Understand Your Rights and Responsibilities
When you or your child receives care at Gillette Children's, we want you to understand your rights, and that we’re committed to protecting your safety and privacy.
Gillette adheres to the Federal Patient’s Bill of Rights as well as the Minnesota Patients’ Bill of Right (PDF).
Get a printable guide to your rights and responsibilities (PDF) while you or your child is receiving care.
When you come to Gillette, know that we comply with applicable federal civil rights laws and don’t discriminate based on race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Download our Nondiscrimination Standards (PDF).
Gillette has a strong commitment to providing a safe and healing environment for all patients, families, guests and staff.
Notice of Privacy Practices
Your health information—about you or your child—is personal. Protecting the privacy of your health information is critical. Please know that Gillette complies with all applicable federal and state privacy and confidentiality laws.
The Notice of Privacy Practices describes how we maintain your privacy. It describes personal information about patients, how we use it and with whom we share it. This notice also explains your right to not have your information shared with parties outside Gillette.
If you have a concern regarding your privacy or questions regarding this notice, please call 651-578-5632.
We help ensure your privacy by releasing your personal information only to people you've agreed should receive it. If you would like to authorize disclosure of your personal information to someone, such as a family member or attorney, you may contact our Health Information Services department at 651-229-3886.
Questions or Feedback?
If you have questions about your rights or wish to provide feedback, contact Quality Improvement Resources at 651-578-5218 or Child and Family Services at 651-229-3855.
Or, securely submit feedback or concerns about your care at Gillette on our contact page.