RIGHTS OF THE PATIENT
The patient has the right to:
- Receive adequate medical health care without any form of discrimination.
- The confidentiality of the information that he may provide to the doctor.
- Receive information that is sufficient, clear, timely and true about the diagnostics, prognostics and treatments.
- Accept or reject the treatment or therapeutical procedure that is offered to her.
- Provide an informed written consent aimed at diagnostic or therapeutic purposes.
- Receive medical attention in case of emergencies.
- Know who is the doctor in charge of her treatment.
- Receive the facilities to obtain a second qualified opinion about her medical condition when necessary.
- Have a complete clinical record and obtain a medical summary in written if necessary.
- Abandon the hospital, under her responsibility expressed in writing, even against the indications of the doctors.
- Receive spiritual assistance during the attention or to reject it.
- Review and receive explanations of the costs for the services provided.
The patient is obliged to:
- Provide information that is pertinent and timely during her medical and administrative attention.
- Follow the treatment plan provided by the medical and paramedical team of the Hospital.
- Attend to the medical appointments and controls on time.
- Show respect and consideration to the staff of the Hospital and to other patients, respecting the policies of the Hospital.
- Take good care of the hospital facilities and equipment.