Is the Cleveland Heights fire Department required by law to maintain the privacy of certain confidential health information?

The Cleveland Heights Fire Department is required by law to maintain the privacy of certain confidential health care information, known as Protected Health Information or PHI, which is mandated by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). This Notice is given to all persons whom we generate any medical information.  The Notice describes your legal rights, advises you of our privacy practices and lets you know how the Cleveland Heights Fire Department is permitted to use and disclose PHI about you. 


 Notice of Privacy of Protected Health Information (PDF)

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1. Where can I get a smoke detector and batteries?
2. What are the qualifications for entry-level firefighter/paramedic?
3. Is the Cleveland Heights fire Department required by law to maintain the privacy of certain confidential health information?
4. How often should I change the batteries in my smoke detectors?
5. Who inspects my home for foster care, home day care, respite care and adult foster care?
6. My daughter's Girl Scout Troop would like to tour one of the City's fire stations. Are tours available?
7. My street will be holding a block party and would like a fire truck to stop by. Would that be possible?
8. Who do I contact about a leaky or damaged fire hydrant on my street?
9. In case of a medical emergency, what hospital will the ambulance take me to?
10. Do you recommend that I install a CO (carbon monoxide) detector?
11. How do you apply for a position as a firefighter/paramedic?