Information for Patients
The Patient Admission Guide
- Admission is allowed if prescription / admission advice is available from the admitting consultant / on-duty RMO.
- Advance charge collection at the time of admission is made in accordance with the defined minimum standards.
- Admission below minimum threshold requires a written approval from the Administrator on a set format during office hours.
- The admission receipt contains the advance amount, admission number, date and time of visit and medical record number for follow-up.
- All payments are submitted to the billing department.
- If the patient belongs to a panel clientele, they must submit identifica-tion and a company letter.
- Welfare patients will be required to produce a welfare recommendation in writing and duly authorised. All such reference letters are then submitted to the billing department.
- The Advance slip is a very important document that must be safeguarded by the patient in order to settle the final bill at the time of discharge.
- Admission slips are sent to the medical record assistant for issuing medical files to new patients.
Items to bring when admitted
- Address and telephone book
- Bedroom slippers, nightgown, brush / comb, cosmetics
- Reading material
- Spectacles, contact lenses and dentures
Items not to bring when admitted
- Electrical appliances
- Pillows and blankets
- Medicines from home
- Cash, jewellery or valuables
- Food or fruits from outside
- Unnecessary personal items
- The hospital is open 24 hours a day
- OPD operates from: 0800 to 2200 hrs
General / Semi / Private Ward
Summer: Daily, 15h00 - 17h30 (PST)
Winter: Daily, 15h00 - 17h30 (PST)
Summer: Daily, 1500 - 17h30 (PST)
Winter: Daily, 15h00 - 1730 (PST)
No visitor (except mother) is allowed in nursery to reduce the infection to newborn.
Inpatient discharge timings are from 09h00 to 17h00.