Social Media

The social media platforms identified on this page are third-party sites unaffiliated with Cardinal Health. Cardinal Health is not responsible for the privacy, security policies or practices on these platforms or on any of the third-party websites that we may link to through these platforms. You should carefully review the privacy and security practices of each platform and linked third-party websites.

We do not endorse any information found on these platforms nor are we responsible for the accuracy of any information, opinions, claims, or advice found here or shared here by our followers. Cardinal Health is not responsible for any content that third parties publish, post, upload, distribute, disseminate or otherwise transmit via social media platforms. Any content, views, opinions and/or responses to questions uploaded, expressed or submitted by the creators, sponsors, advertisers or users of social platforms, other than the content provided by Cardinal Health, are solely the views, opinions and responsibility of the company or person submitting them and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Cardinal Health.

By posting content, ideas or pictures, on our social media profiles, you grant Cardinal Health a non-exclusive, royalty-free, perpetual, and worldwide license to use your content and any images posted by you, including the rights to copy, distribute, transmit, display, reproduce, edit, translate and reformat, and incorporate into a collective work.

Cardinal Health reserves the right, acting in its sole discretion, to remove postings and to prohibit individuals from participating on their social media profiles. Users may not post anything on Cardinal Health profiles that are: a) abusive, defamatory, obscene, profane, sexually suggestive or otherwise objectionable; b) fraudulent, false, deceptive or misleading; c) in violation of any intellectual property rights or privacy rights of another; d) in violation of any law or regulation; e) non-compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), to include standards established under the HITECH Act; f) compromising patient confidentiality or protected health information (PHI); g) commercial, e.g. sell products and services, or recruit fans and followers; h) excessively repetitive and/or disruptive to the community or deemed as spam; i) proprietary, confidential, sensitive, or nonpublic comments; j) otherwise inconsistent with the general purpose of our social media profiles.

The Cardinal Health logo and images on any of its social media profiles are the property of Cardinal Health.

 If you feel that any information found on our social media profiles violates any one of the above circumstances, please let us know and Cardinal Health will look into it.