As a patient, you and/or your family members have the following rights regarding your treatment in our hospital. Please contact our Patient Relations manager or our Public Relations executives if you require any clarification or assistance in understanding your rights.
The right to receive the best care regardless of race, religion or origin.
The right to privacy during hospitalization, examination, procedures and treatment.
Patients and their families have the right to address their special preferences, spiritual and cultural needs.
The right for confidentiality of hospital care and clinical information.
The right to be informed about all procedures including anesthesia, blood transfusion, high risk procedures or their inclusion in any clinical research programme.Their consent for the same must be obtained.
The right for information on how to voice a complaint.
The right for information on expected costs of treatment.
The right for protection from physical abuse or neglect.
The right for access to his/her records in consonance with medical ethics and statutory requirement.
Right to be informed on plan of care, progress and information on their health care needs.
Patients or their families have the right to refuse treatment.