Patients Rights & Responsibilities
You have the right to be informed consent in treatment decisions.
You will have timely access to specialty care and confidentiality protection.
You have the right to request for a second opinion.
You have the right to ask questions about your treatment.
You have the right to avail prescription upon request.
You have the right to personal dignity and to receive care without any form of stigma and discrimination.
You have the right to privacy during examination and treatment.
You have the right to confidentiality about your medical condition.
It is your responsibility to follow the doctor's instruction and take medicines on time.
Your compliance throughout the duration of treatment is important for success in treatment.
It is your responsibility to pursue a healthy lifestyle to promote positive health results, such as proper diet and nutrition, adequate rest, and regular exercise.
You should be present at all their scheduled healthcare appointments.
You should provide accurate information to the doctors regarding medical and personal histories, and current symptoms and conditions.
You should cooperate on mutually accepted courses of treatment.
You should also inform doctors of other medications and treatments that they may be taking simultaneously.
You should be courteous to our doctors and other staff members.
You should inform and bring to the doctor's notice if it has been difficult to understand any part of the treatment or of the existences of challenges in complying with the treatment.