The Middlesex-London Health Unit maintains a variety of social media accounts, including, but not limited to: Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
We look forward to communicating and engaging with the public online and encourage user comments, posts and opinions.
- Be respectful.
Members of the public hold a diverse set of customs, values, opinions and viewpoints. We reserve the right to deny inappropriate or offensive comments and remove any post that is considered offensive and denigrating such as inappropriate photos, lewd, vulgar or profane comments, ethnic, racial or religious slurs, cyber bullying, abuse, depictions of violence and obscenity.
- Stay on topic.
- Protect your privacy and the privacy of others.
Do not post personal information such as addresses, phone numbers and email addresses, which are related to you or other individuals and/or organizations. Please note: The Middlesex-London Health Unit does not provide health consultations through third party applications such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. If assessment of the client’s situation or personal health information is required, the client will be encouraged to contact the Middlesex-London Health Unit in-person, by phone, or email.
We monitor user posts, in-box messages and comments at least once per day, Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Responses to user posts, in-box messages and comments are made as promptly as possible, typically within the week they are posted or received.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit does not collect, use, or disclose personal health information or provide health consultations through third party applications such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
If assessment of the client’s situation or personal health information is required, the client will be encouraged to contact the Middlesex-London Health Unit in-person, by phone, or email. For more information, please review the Middlesex-London Health Unit's privacy statement.
Last modified on: August 13, 2018