Notice of Privacy Practices

Nasiek Medical, LLC

185 Grand Ave   Englewood, NJ 07631

Notice of Privacy Practices


At Nasiek Medical, LLC (“Practice”), we understand that medical information about you and your health is personal. We are committed to protecting medical information about you. We create a record of the care and services you receive directly from one of our physicians. We need this record to provide you with quality care and to comply with certain legal requirements. This Notice of Privacy Practices (“Notice”) applies to all the records of your care generated by Practice.

This Notice will tell you about the ways in which Practice may use and disclose your protected health information (“PHI”). This Notice also describes your rights and certain obligations Practice has regarding the use and disclosure of PHI. 


Practice is required by law to maintain the privacy of your PHI, to provide individuals with notice of Practice’s legal duties and privacy practices with respect to PHI, and to abide by the terms described in the Notice currently in effect.


You have the following rights regarding your PHI:


You may request that Practice restrict the use and disclosure of your PHI. To request restrictions, you must make your request in writing to our Privacy Officer using the applicable Practice form. In your request, you must tell us (1) what information you want to limit; (2) whether you want to limit our use, disclosure or both; and (3) to whom you want the restrictions to apply, for example, disclosures to your spouse. 

Alternative Communications.

You have the right to request that communications of PHI to you from Practice be made by particular means or at particular locations. For instance, you might request that communications be made at your work address, instead of your home address. Your requests must be made in writing using Practice’s form and sent to the Privacy Officer. Practice will accommodate your reasonable requests. 

Inspect and Copy.

Generally, you have the right to inspect and copy your PHI that Practice maintains, provided you make your request in writing to Practice’s Privacy Officer. If you request copies of your PHI, we may impose a reasonable fee to cover copying and postage. If we deny access to your PHI, we will explain the basis for denial and your opportunity to have your request and the denial reviewed by a licensed health care professional (who was not involved in the initial denial decision) designated as a reviewing official. If Practice does not maintain the PHI you request and if we know where that PHI is located, we will tell you how to redirect your request.


If you believe that your PHI maintained by Practice is incorrect or incomplete, you may ask us to correct your PHI. Your request must be made in writing, and it must explain why you are requesting an amendment to your PHI. We can deny your request if your request relates to PHI: (i) not created by Practice; (ii) not part of the records Practice maintains; (iii) not subject to being inspected by you; or (iv) that is accurate and complete. If your request is denied, we will provide you a written denial that explains the reason for the denial and your rights to: (i) file a statement disagreeing with the denial; (ii) if you do not file a statement of disagreement, submit a request that any future disclosures of the relevant PHI be made with a copy of your request and Practice’s denial attached; and (iii) complain about the denial. Accounting of Disclosures.

You generally have the right to request and receive a list of the disclosures of your PHI we have made at any time during the six (6) years prior to the date of your request (provided that such a list would not include disclosures made prior to April 14, 2003). The list will not include disclosures made at your request, with your authorization, and does not include certain uses and disclosures to which this Notice already applies, such as those: (i) for treatment, payment and health care operations; (ii) made to you; (iii) for Practice’s patient list; (iv) for national security or intelligence purposes; or (v) to law enforcement officials. You should submit any such request to Practice’s Privacy Officer. Practice will provide the list to you at no charge, but if you make more than one request in a year you will be charged a fee of the costs of providing the list.

Right to Copy of Notice.

You have the right to receive a paper copy of this notice upon request.  To obtain a paper copy of this notice, please contact the Privacy Officer at the address and contact information stated at the end of this notice.


Practice may use or disclose your PHI for the purposes described below without obtaining written authorization from you.  In addition, Practice and the members of its medical and allied health professional staff who participate in the organized health care arrangement described below may share your PHI with each other as necessary to carry out their treatment, payment and health care operations related to the organized health care arrangement.

For Treatment.

Practice may use and disclose PHI while providing, coordinating or managing your medical treatment, including the disclosure of PHI for treatment activities of another health care provider.

For Payment.

Practice may use and disclose PHI to bill and collect payment for the health care services provided to you. For example, Practice may need to give PHI to your health plan to be reimbursed for the services provided to you. Practice may also disclose PHI to its business associates, such as billing companies, claims processing companies and others that assist in processing health claims. Practice may also disclose PHI to other health care providers and health plans for the payment activities of such providers or health plans.

For Health Care Operations.

Practice may use and disclose PHI as part of its operations, including for quality assessment and improvements, such as evaluating the treatment and services you receive and the performance of staff and physicians in caring for you, patient surveys, provider training, underwriting activities, compliance and risk management activities, planning and development, credentialing and peer review activities, and health care fraud and abuse detection or compliance, and management and administration. Practice may disclose PHI to doctors, nurses, technicians, students, attorneys, consultants, accountants and others for review and learning purposes, to help make sure Practice is complying with all applicable laws, and to help Practice continue to provide quality health care to its patients.

As Required by Law and Law Enforcement.

Practice may use or disclose PHI when required to do so by applicable laws and when ordered to do so in a judicial or administrative proceeding. Practice may also use or disclose PHI upon a properly documented and limited request from law enforcement agencies.

For Public Health Activities and Public Health Risks.

Practice may disclose PHI to government officials in charge of collecting information about births and deaths, preventing and controlling disease, or notifying a person who may have been exposed to a communicable disease or may be at risk of contracting or spreading a disease or condition.

For Health Oversight Activities.

Practice may disclose PHI to the government for oversight activities authorized by law, such as audits, investigations, inspections, licensure or disciplinary actions, and other proceedings, actions or activities necessary for monitoring the health care system, government programs and compliance with civil rights laws.

Coroners, Medical Examiners and Funeral Directors.

Practice may disclose PHI to coroners, medical examiners and funeral directors for the purpose of identifying a decedent, determining a cause of death or otherwise as necessary to enable these parties to carry out their duties consistent with applicable law.


Under certain circumstances, Practice may use and disclose PHI for medical research purposes. For example, a research project may involve comparing the health and recovery of all patients who received one medication with those who received another, for the same condition. 

To Avoid a Serious Threat to Health or Safety.

Practice may use and disclose PHI to law enforcement personnel or other appropriate persons to prevent or lessen a serious threat to the health or safety of a person or the public.

Specialized Government Functions.

Practice may use and disclose PHI of military personnel and veterans under certain circumstances. Practice may also disclose PHI to authorized federal officials for intelligence, counterintelligence, and other national security activities, and for the provision of protective services to the president or other authorized persons or foreign heads of state or to conduct special investigations.

Disclosures to You or for HIPAA Compliance Investigations.

Practice may disclose your PHI to you or to your personal representative and is required to do so in certain circumstances described below in connection with your rights of access to your PHI and to an accounting of certain disclosures of your PHI. Practice must disclose your PHI to the secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services (the “Secretary”) when requested by the Secretary in order to investigate Practice’s compliance with privacy regulations issued under the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.

Patient List; Marketing.

Unless you object, Practice may use some of your PHI to maintain a list of patients it has served.  This information may include your name, treatment facility, and the services Practice provided to you.  This patient list and the information on it may be used for marketing purposes.

Disclosures to Individuals Involved in Your Health Care or Payment for Your Health Care.

Unless you object, Practice may disclose your PHI to a family member, other relative, friend, or other person you identify as involved in your health care or payment for your health care.


Other types of uses and disclosures of your PHI not described above will be made only with your written authorization, which with some limitations; you have the right to revoke your authorization in writing.  If you revoke your authorization, Practice will no longer use or disclose PHI about you for the reasons covered in your written authorization.  Please understand that Practice is unable to recover any disclosures already made with your authorization, and that Practice is required to retain records of the care provided to you.


At Practice, we value the relationships we develop with our patients, our patients’ privacy, and the trust our patients’ have in us.  As such, we make every effort to remedy any issues or concerns you may have.  You may submit any complaint regarding your privacy rights to: 

Sara Nasiek, MD

Nasiek Medical, LLC

185 Grand Ave   Englewood, NJ 07631

Tel: 201-8941313       Fax: 201-8941335

You also have the right to file a complaint with the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights.  You will not be penalized for filing a complaint. You may contact the Office for Civil Rights at:

New Jersey Department of Health Hotline: 1-800-7929770


Revised February 2024

For additional information, please call or text:
Dariusz Nasiek, MD: tel. 201-894-1313, SMS: 973-773-7730
Allied Neurology & Interventional Pain Practice
Englewood Office: 185 Grand Ave. Englewood, NJ 07631
[email protected]


Victor M.
Best doctors i ever been too, i went one and never stopped going. His office is so clean and well organized, they are also very professional. Dr. Darius J. Nasiek is a great MD, he had no problem finding what is wrong and helping the area. I would recommend this place to everyone, if you don’t believe me see for yourself.
Alex Hernandez
Dr. Nasiek is a very knowledgeable physician who cares about his patients. I have worked with him for over ten years, and he gives patients many options. His facility is organized and up to date. He is also a great teacher and hosts valuable seminars I have attended. He is also the author of a second edition of the PRP book. You will feel comfortable and at ease with Dr. Nasiek.
A. Y.
Dr. Nasiek introduced me to PRP injections & the results have been nothing short of amazing. His deep knowledge in this field is evident & he patiently explained the procedure & its benefits every step of the way! Thank you Dr.Nasiek !
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Dr. Nasiek specializes in Interventional Pain, identifying the source of pain and providing solutions with expertise in anesthesiology and Interventional Pain Practice.