Right from patient’s admission to discharge procedures, staff hygiene requirements; policies and procedures are comprehensive guidelines that communicate important information to staff across a healthcare organization. Policies and procedures serve as a guide for daily operations and help ensure compliance with legal requirements
Consult with the doctor to
Plan the required stay.
Be informed about the treatments and procedures they need to undergo.
Get an understanding of what they can expect after hospitalization.
Consult your family members to Prepare for hospital expenses and contingencies. Set an emergency contact person(s) Planning may also involve completing insurance formalities and arrangements for your absence from work. Our doctors and staff will answer any queries you may have to give you all details and clarity regarding your hospitalization.
What must I bring along for hospitalization?
Original Identification proof like Passport/Driver’s License/Birth Certificate Information of medication you are currently taking. Avoid bringing precious items like jewelry and other valuables or large sums of cash. Hospital will not be responsible for loss or damage of your items. You should also pack your personal items like clothing, nightwear, slippers, toiletries, hearing aids, glasses. All medical records, reports and prescriptions. Also bring the referral letter you’re your doctor Each patient is different and can have different requirements with regards to hospitalization.
What you can expect from hospitalization should be discussed with your doctor before admission.
The end of hospital stay only means that you do not need constant monitoring and are fit to continue your recovery at home.
Discharge may not mean the end of treatment. Depending on your case, your doctor will suggest follow-up visits, medication and investigations.
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