Follow the policy.
Please adhere to our NO SMOKING policy.
- Follow visitor guidelines to ensure the rights and comfort of all patients. Be mindful of noise levels, privacy, and safety. Weapons are not permitted on the premises.
- Treat hospital staff, other patients, and visitors with courtesy and respect.
- In time for the appointment. In case of cancellation or change of reservation, please cancel or change as soon as possible.
- Do not give prescription drugs to others.
- Provides complete and accurate information about insurance claims and works with hospital and physician clearinghouses to make payment arrangements.
- Communicate with health care providers if their condition worsens or does not progress as expected.
- Respect the fact that other patients' medical conditions are more urgent than your own, and accept that the physician must address those medical conditions first.
- Respect for hospitalized patients and patients requiring urgent care is a physician's priority.
- Follow the prescribed treatment regimen and carefully follow the instructions given.
- "If necessary", accepts environmental adjustments to ensure safe hospitalization.
- Accept the steps taken by hospitals to ensure the privacy and confidentiality of medical records.
- Attend requested/recommended follow-up appointments.
- Do not take any medicine without the knowledge of your doctor or health care professional.
- Accurate and true historical records.
- Understand patient rights and seek clarification when necessary.
- Take prescribed medications until treatment is complete.
- Provide feedback when asked.
- Accept financial responsibility for the health care you receive and pay your bills promptly and on time.
Patient and Family Rules
- Seek screening and emergency services without prior approval in the event of severe pain, injury, or sudden illness that endangers the patient's life.
- Know treatment options and participate in the patient care process and decisions about patient care.
- Accepting or refusing treatment, including tests, tests and diagnostic procedures, after obtaining sufficient information to make an informed decision about accepting or refusing treatment.
- To receive compassionate, respectful, non-discriminatory care and be treated equally by physicians, regardless of race, gender, age, disability, religion, caste, etc.
- To be informed of patient rights in a manner/language the patient can understand. Receive her
- Care in a safe environment.
- Confidentiality of Information, Except for Privileged Communications Issues.
- Addressing special preferences, spiritual and cultural needs, personal values and beliefs.
- Adequate assessment and management of pain.
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