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Emergency

RULES

Hospital Rules

1. In-Patient visiting hours: Fore Noon 12 to 2pm, Evening 5 to 8pm

ICU Visiter's Time : Morning 8 to 9 a.m and Evening 4 to 5 p.m

Only 2 Authorised visitors Will be allowed at a particular time

Only 2 Visitors allowed to see the patient at a time for a period of 1 minute(60 seconds)

Visitor have to put an head Wear,face mask and hospital foot wears while entering into the ICU

2. Children below 12 years are not permitted as visitors

3. Visitors are allowed to see the patient only during visiting hours.

4. Hodpital is not responsible for the loss of Valuable Persinal belongings of patient or attenders.

5. In patient diet will be served by hospital kitchen according to the patient's illness

6. Visitor have to leave the room when patients are examined or treated by the Doctors/Nurse

7. Patient and their attenders Should keep their surrounding clean and requested not to waste water/power

8. Smoking consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited

9. Cost of damage/loss of articels issued to patient will be recovered from patient

10. Only one attender is allowed to stay with the patient

11. Patient may be shifted from one ward/room to another ward/room for medical/ admistrative reasons

12. Security personnel may ask the visitors to leave after visiting hours/all have to co-operate

13. Visitors are not allowed to carry Eatables/Food/Fruits in the hospital

14. only two visitors will be allowed to see the patient at the time

15. Please show the attender's pass the security personnel when requested

16. In patient are not allowed to leave their ward/room before authorised discharge

At the time of discharge from the hospital, the patients will be provided with all the originals of the discharage summary, patient bills & pharmacy bills. In case if the patient claims for another copy of the above mentioned details for any reasons,they can get only the duplicate copies of the documents required.

Why hospitals do not allow return medication?

In the interest of patient safety, SGH does not allow the return or exchange of dispensed drugs as we are unable to ensure proper handling and hence, the quality of the dispensed drugs. All returned medications will be discarded

What is a Patient Centered Medical Home?

A Patient-Centered Medical Home is a team-based model of care led by a personal physician who provides continuous and coordinated care throughout a patient's lifetime to maximize health outcomes. The PCMH practice is responsible for providing for all of a patient's health care needs or appropriately arranging care

How much will my hospital stay cost?

it's time to put my professional hat on (something I rarely do on Quora). In Britain the patients pay nothing directly (and we spend less in taxes on healthcare than you guys do - the American system is that messed up) On the other hand the amount

Can I choose my class of ward?

The Ministry of Health said the number of patients opting for the private A and B1 classes had fallen over the years and had recently "stabilised at around 68,000". Although more subsidised beds have been added in recent years, with about four in five public hospital beds in B2 and C class, more subsidised patients have had to be assigned beds in a higher ward class.

Patients can choose any class ward, but the amount of subsidy they enjoy depends on their salary or value of their home; this ranges from 50 to 65 per cent for B2 and 65 to 80 per cent for C class.

Why hospitals do not allow return medication?

In the interest of patient safety, SGH does not allow the return or exchange of dispensed drugs as we are unable to ensure proper handling and hence, the quality of the dispensed drugs. All returned medications will be discarded

What is a Patient Centered Medical Home?

A Patient-Centered Medical Home is a team-based model of care led by a personal physician who provides continuous and coordinated care throughout a patient's lifetime to maximize health outcomes. The PCMH practice is responsible for providing for all of a patient's health care needs or appropriately arranging care

How much will my hospital stay cost?

it's time to put my professional hat on (something I rarely do on Quora). In Britain the patients pay nothing directly (and we spend less in taxes on healthcare than you guys do - the American system is that messed up) On the other hand the amount

Can I choose my class of ward?

The Ministry of Health said the number of patients opting for the private A and B1 classes had fallen over the years and had recently "stabilised at around 68,000". Although more subsidised beds have been added in recent years, with about four in five public hospital beds in B2 and C class, more subsidised patients have had to be assigned beds in a higher ward class.

Patients can choose any class ward, but the amount of subsidy they enjoy depends on their salary or value of their home; this ranges from 50 to 65 per cent for B2 and 65 to 80 per cent for C class.

Why hospitals do not allow return medication?

In the interest of patient safety, SGH does not allow the return or exchange of dispensed drugs as we are unable to ensure proper handling and hence, the quality of the dispensed drugs. All returned medications will be discarded

What is a Patient Centered Medical Home?

A Patient-Centered Medical Home is a team-based model of care led by a personal physician who provides continuous and coordinated care throughout a patient's lifetime to maximize health outcomes. The PCMH practice is responsible for providing for all of a patient's health care needs or appropriately arranging care

How much will my hospital stay cost?

it's time to put my professional hat on (something I rarely do on Quora). In Britain the patients pay nothing directly (and we spend less in taxes on healthcare than you guys do - the American system is that messed up) On the other hand the amount

Can I choose my class of ward?

The Ministry of Health said the number of patients opting for the private A and B1 classes had fallen over the years and had recently "stabilised at around 68,000". Although more subsidised beds have been added in recent years, with about four in five public hospital beds in B2 and C class, more subsidised patients have had to be assigned beds in a higher ward class.

Patients can choose any class ward, but the amount of subsidy they enjoy depends on their salary or value of their home; this ranges from 50 to 65 per cent for B2 and 65 to 80 per cent for C class.