Privacy policy

The purpose of the Privacy Policy of Prof. Skride Heart Clinic Ltd (hereinafter – Skride) is to provide the natural person – the data subject with information on the purpose, scope and protection of the processing of personal data, as well as other information when processing the personal data of the data subject.

Skride processes personal data in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (hereinafter – the Regulation), as well as other applicable laws and regulations.

Skride’s contact details – address: “Alojas Biroji” Kr. Valdemāra 62, Riga; e-mail:, tel.: +371 60007701

The Personal Data Protection Officer can be contacted by e-mail at or by phone at +371 60007701

Skride ensures the confidentiality of personal data and has implemented appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect personal data.

Please be aware that the above-mentioned methods of contact with Skride’s data protection officer are not intended for requests for information in the exercise of your rights as a data subject.

We inform you that Skride may change this Privacy Policy (“Policy“), so please check this Policy to ensure that you are informed and familiar with its changes.


Purposes, legal bases and principles of the processing of personal data

Skride processes personal data primarily for the following purposes:

Please be informed that the list of purposes of data processing contained in this Privacy Statement is not exhaustive, and that personal data of natural persons may also be processed for purposes not mentioned in this Privacy Statement, which are necessary for compliance with the requirements of laws and regulations.

Skride processes your personal data on the following legal grounds:

Data collected about natural persons

Video surveillance

Skride carries out video surveillance in the territory for the purpose of ensuring public order and reducing the risk of threats to public safety, for the prevention or detection of criminal offences, in connection with the protection of property and for the protection of vital interests of persons, including life and health.

Information on video surveillance shall be posted in the form of warning signs in front of the video surveillance area.

Please be informed that only persons authorised by Skride may have access to CCTV recordings in connection with the purposes of processing personal data.

Recipients of personal data

Personal data may be received from Skride by state and municipal authorities in accordance with the procedure set out in the regulatory enactments.

Skride may use personal data processors to process personal data. In such cases, Skride shall take the necessary measures to ensure that such processors process personal data in accordance with Skride’s instructions and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations and shall require appropriate security measures to be taken.

Please be advised that no personal data is intended to be transferred to a third country.

Duration of storage of personal data

Skride retains personal data in accordance with the defined purposes and legal grounds for processing personal data for as long as at least one of the following criteria exists:

Access to personal data and other rights of the data subject


Profiling is any form of automatic processing of personal data to analyse or predict you. Skride does not.

Data subject’s consent to data processing and right to withdraw it

Ensuring data security

Skride has implemented electronic, physical and administrative security measures to guarantee the security of the information collected. Your data is kept secure. They are protected against unauthorised access, disclosure, alteration or destruction by any organisation or individual. The website is hosted on servers that are secure and equipped with state-of-the-art data protection technology.