The finnhealth.fi website is implemented pursuant to the law concerning digital services which requires that public network services must be accessible. This means that the website must fulfil requirement levels A and AA as determined in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 criteria.
The finnhealth.fi website was published on January 2018. This accessibility statement was published on 7. September 2020 . The accessibility of the website has been assessed by the Hospital District of Northern Savo, Kuopio University Hospital in cooperation with the technical provider of the website.
Have you detected a deficiency regarding accessibility on our website? Please inform us of the matter and we will do our best to rectify the deficiency. We will respond to your feedback within 14 days.
For a justified reason, any information you require in order to clarify or implement your interests, rights or obligations you are entitled to receive in an accessible form. If you are not able to receive such information from our website in an accessible form, you can make a request by sending an email message to the email address below. We shall respond to your request within 14 days. If your request pertains to a large amount of content, we can extend the response time by a maximum of two weeks. We will notify you, if the response time is to be extended. If we do not deliver the information in an accessible form, we will devise a justified certificate for this in writing.
If you detect any accessibility issues on our website, please always provide feedback to us first.
If you are not satisfied with the response you receive, you can send a request for clarification to the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland. The Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland supervises compliance with the accessibility requirements in Finland. Contact information for the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland: email: email@example.com, telephone 0295 016 000 (switchboard).
If we do not comply with the requirements and obligations as set forth in the law concerning digital services, you are entitled to file an accessibility complaint to the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland.