Know your rights.
Provide accurate and complete information about your present complaints/illness, hospitalization, medications, past medical history, wishes for medical care and other matters relating to your health including perceived risk in your plan of care.
Seek clarification when necessary to fully understand your health problems and the proposed plan of care.
Follow through on the agreed treatment plan recommended by your physician who is primarily responsible to you, the nurses or other allied medical professionals.
Take full accountability for actions if treatment is refused or instructions given by your physician, the nurses or other medical practitioners are not followed.
Ensure that financial obligations for the health care given to you be promptly settled.
Give timely and accurate information regarding settling of dues and provide any additional information if requested by the hospital.
Consider and respect the rights of other such as other patients, medical staff and hospital personnel.
Practice courtesy at all times.
Provide accurate information for insurance claims and work with the hospital to make payment and arrangement when necessary so that others can benefit from the service provided here.
Follow the visitation policies of the hospital.
Follow the rules and regulations of the hospital and avoid activities which the institutions forbid.