Medical Specialities

Admisson & Discharge procedure

ADMISSION & DISCHARGE PROCEDURE

In order to consult any MD Physician or Specialist, the patient is required to approach the admission counter at the entrance of the Building No. 3 (New Bldg.)

Timing – 24/7

EMERGENCY / CASUALTY / ACCIDENT PATIENTS
All initial treatment is done in the causality department. All admissions are done through causality department only.Casuality services are available for 24/7. •

Free B.P. and weight checkup

Location: Building No.3, Ground Floor.

Discharge procedure
•Discharge of the patient will be authorized as per the doctor’s opinion. In case the patient relative wishes to be transferred to another hospital or be sent home against the advice of the doctor, the patient/relative would be required to sign a “Discharge Against Medical Advice” declaration and the hospital will not be responsible for any change in the patient’s condition thereafter.
•Your summary Reports/Discharge card will be given to you by floor staff at the time of discharge.
•Discharge procedure will commence after 11.00 am Note: For mediclaim patient - Figure of additional final bill amount is to be sent to mediclaim office by fax for their sanctioning which takes about two to three hours.

Health Check Up

HEALTH CHECK UP

Primary

Special

Executive

Super Executive

Diabetic Checkup

CBC
Blood Sugar (Fasting)
Cholesterol
Urine
Electrocardiogram
Consultation Physician

CBC
Blood Sugar FBS/PPBS
Cholesterol
Tryglycerides
HDL Cholesterol
Urea
Creatinine
Uric Acid
Lever Function Test
Blood Group
Urine
Electrocardiogram
Consultation Physician

CBC
Blood Sugar FBS/PPBS
Cholesterol
Tryglycerides
HDL Cholesterol
Urea
Creatinine
Uric Acid
Lever Function Test
Blood Group
Urine
Electrocardiogram
Abdomen Sonography
Chest X-Ray
Consultation Physician

CBC
Blood Sugar FBS/PPBS
Cholesterol
Tryglycerides
HDL Cholesterol
Urea
Creatinine
Uric Acid
Lever Function Test
Blood Group
Urine
Electrocardiogram
Abdomen Sonography
Chest X-Ray
2D-Echo Test
Consultation Physician

Fasting:
Blood Sugar
Urine Sugar

Post Lunch:
Blood Sugar
Urine Sugar

Cholesterol

(For first two tests
Rs. 50.00 only)

Rs. 285.00

Rs. 1040.00

Rs. 1500.00

Rs. 3500.00

Rs.100.00

 

  • Lab Timing 07.00 Am to 07.00 Pm.
  • For Cholesterol test 12 hrs. Fasting required.
  • Report collection timing: 05.30 Pm.

 

Patient's Rights

Patients RIGHTS


1. To have access to health care providers of choice, that is sufficient to provide you with access to appropriate high quality health care.
2. To receive treatment as per your medical condition.
3. To receive emergency services whenever needed, without prior authorization, incase of severe pain, injury or sudden illness that convinces you that your health is in serious jeopardy.
4. To know all your treatment options and to participate in decisions about your plan of care. Parents, guardians, family members, or other individuals that you designate can represent you if you are not in a position to make your own decisions.
5. To demand from health care providers to maintain confidentiality of your health information. You also have the right to review and photocopy your own medical record by paying necessary charges wherever it is applicable after approval from the competent authority.
6. To ask for a second opinion from a different doctor if you feel that the decision made about your treatment by your primary doctor does not suit your treatment needs. This should not be unreasonably used.
7. To be informed about relief of pain which is an important part of care and to receive information about options to reduce, control or relieve pain and have pain management.
8. Right to informed consent before anesthesia, blood and blood products transfusions and any invasive high risk procedures and treatment.
9. To accept or refuse treatment including examinations, tests and diagnostic procedures. You must be given enough information to make an informed choice about whether to accept or refuse treatment. To refuse care and take a discharge against medical advice to the extent that it does not contravene any law.
10. To avail considerate, respectful and non - discriminatory care from your doctors and to be treated equally, irrespective of race, sex, age or disability.
11. To receive care, which maintains your dignity, privacy, safety and comfort during your stay in the hospital.
12. To a fair, fast and objective review of any complaint you have against your treatment plan, doctors, hospital or any other health care personnel. This includes complaints about waiting times, operating hours, the conduct of health care personnel, and the adequacy of health care facilities.
13. To be free from any other form of restraint or seclusion that is not medically necessary or used as means of coercion, discipline, convenience or retaliation by staff. A restraint or seclusion may only be used to improve your well being or protect you from harm, and when you or your family has been informed.
14. To raise ethical issues concerning your care providers and / or the ethics committee, and to participate in the resolution of those issues.
15. To have access to visitors as per the hospital policy, about which you have been informed (there are medical or institutional reasons to restrict such access).
16. To be informed of any proposed research or experimental treatment that may be considered in your care, and to consent or refuse to participate in such studies.
17. To compassionate and respectful care at the end of life.
18. To choose to donate organs.
19. To know what hospital rules & regulations apply and the facilities obtainable by you.
20. To receive details of your bill and know the charges before being treated. To request and receive information regarding cost for any treatment and to receive an explanation of your bill upon request.

Patient's Responsibility


Patients Responsibility

These rights are balanced by responsibilities which can help the health care service providers work more efficiently. You can help yourself and the hospital staff if you do the following:
1. Be on time for appointments and inform the hospital staff if you cannot keep your appointment.
2. Hospital staffs are at your disposal to provide quality care. Help us by treating them considerately.
3. Violence, racial, sexual or verbal abuse is completely unacceptable.
4. To follow the medical instructions / advice given to you by the health care professionals. If you are worried about following the instructions, discuss it with the person giving you the same and clarify at the earliest.
5. Respect the autonomy of doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals and treat them with respect.
6. To take only those medicines which are prescribed and finish the course of treatment as per the defined plan by your respective doctor.
7. Accept financial responsibility for health care services and settle bills promptly.
8. Help staff by filling feedback forms if you are asked for. Your timely feedback will help us in improving our services and better quality of health care facilities.
9. Use emergency services in case of a real emergency only.
10. Provide complete and correct information to your physician, participate in decision making process and ask questions in case of doubts.
11. In case of any doubts / complaints first discuss the problem with the treating doctor.
12. Keep your doctor informed if you wish to change the hospital or treating doctor.
13. Remember that every illness has some time period for recovery and two patients of the same illness may have different outcome.
14. Avoid disturbing doctors at odd times unless it is an emergency.
15. Observe policies and procedures of the hospital regarding smoking, noise, number of visitors, visiting hours, and kindly comply with the same and help us maintain infection free, hygienic and safe environment.
16. Preserve all your medical records for your illness.
17. Take necessary preventive measures in case of infectious disease as per doctor's instructions.
18. Sign the informed consent form as & when required during the treatment plan.
19. Any form of physical assault to any staff, fellow patient or visitor for any reason to be avoided.
20. Refrain from using mobile phones.
21. Prefer not to seek telephonic advice.
22. Show visitor's passes, or any document that are asked for from the hospital staff during your stay in the hospital.
23. Refrain your guests from visiting the hospital, in case they are suffering from any disease or infections.
24. Support the hospital in maintaining clean and hygienic environment.