Cookies are small data files placed on your computer by the internet web server through your browser. When a connection is established between your browser and the server, the site recognizes you through cookies. The purpose of using cookies is to provide convenience to the user visiting the website. There are four types of cookies according to the purposes of use: Session Cookies, Performance Cookies, Functional Cookies and Advertising and Third-Party Cookies. Memorial Health Group uses session cookies, Performance Cookies, Advertising and Third-Party Cookies on its website. Session cookies are temporary cookies that are kept on the user's browser until they leave the Memorial Health Group's website. Other cookies are cookies that remain on the user's browser unless they are deleted by the user. The lifetime of the cookies varies depending on the browser settings made by the user.
Types and Features of Cookies
Session Cookies: These types of cookies are necessary for the Memorial Health Group website to function properly. These cookies enable the website to be visited and to benefit from its features. Session cookies are used to carry information between pages on the website and to eliminate the need to re-enter information.
Performance Cookies: These cookies collect information about the frequency of visits to the pages, any relevant error messages, time spent on the pages and the way the user uses the website. With this information, the performance of the website is increased.
Functional Cookies: These cookies ensure that the options the user has made on the site are remembered, thus providing convenience to the user. With these cookies, advanced internet features are provided to users.
Advertising and Third-Party Cookies: Cookies belonging to third party suppliers are used for the use of some functions on the Memorial Health Group website. There are also cookies of companies that track ads on the website.
In general, internet browsers are predefined to automatically accept cookies. Browsers can be set to block cookies or alert the user when a cookie is sent to the device. Since managing cookies differs from browser to browser, you can look at the browser's help menu for detailed information. For details about the deletion or blocking of cookies and general information about cookies, you can get information from www.allaboutcookies.org.
Enabling and Disabling Cookies
By changing the settings in your internet browser, you have the ability to accept or decline cookies. Please refer to your browser's instructions to learn how to change your browser settings or delete cookies. Please note that when cookies are disabled, some features of the site will not be available or cannot be used. You can learn about blocking third party cookies from the following websites: