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While you are in Doctor’s Clinic, it is expected that you will comply with Clinic’s regulations and cooperate in your recovery.
Just as you want privacy, a quiet atmosphere, and courteous treatment, so do other patients. You have the responsibility to limit your attendants, and refrain to use your VIP status and avoid high pitch discussion, in a way that might disturb others.
It is your responsibility to be informed if you do not understand your illness or treatment, ask your Doctor or other clinic staffs until you do understand. If you do not understand the medical words they use, ask for a simpler explanation.
It is your responsibility to cooperate with members of the clinic staff in order to provide the necessary personal and medical history required for your treatment. You should notify your Doctor of any changes in your health. All drugs given to you during your treatment have been specifically prescribed as part of your treatment plan. DO NOT take any other drugs without the consent of your treating doctor.
It is your responsibility to tell your Doctor whether or not you are willing and able to follow the treatment plan recommended for you.
You are responsible for participating actively in your continued care after you leave the Clinic. You should know what you need to do at home to help with your treatment.
Again, if you don't know, ask questions. You are responsible for keeping follow-up appointments. If you cannot keep an appointment, notify your doctor or clinic as soon as possible so that another patient can be scheduled at that time.
It is your responsibility to be prompt about paying your Clinic bills, and to ask questions if you do not understand your bills.
In the rapidly changing atmosphere of health care, many factors have affected how health care is practiced. Often, people do not realize their specific rights at the time of their care because those rights are often not clearly defined.
•A patient's rights occur at many different levels, and in all specialties. These rights include the following:
◦The right to receive information from Doctors and to discuss the benefits, risks, and costs of appropriate treatment alternatives.
◦The right to ask questions and to negotiate aspects of treatment.
◦The right to make decisions regarding the treatment that is recommended by the Doctor.
◦The right to courtesy, respect, dignity, responsiveness, and timely attention to health needs
◦The right to confidentiality.
Open and honest communication is an integral part of the doctor-patient relationship.
It is a fundamental ethical requirement that a Doctor should at all times deal honestly and openly with patients. Patients have a right to know their past and present medical status and to be free of any mistaken beliefs concerning their conditions. Situations occasionally occur in which a patient suffers significant medical complications that may have resulted from the Doctor's mistake or judgment. In these situations, the Doctor is ethically required to inform the patient of all the facts necessary to ensure understanding of what has occurred. Only through full disclosure is a patient able to make informed decisions regarding future medical care.