Only one attendant is allowed with the patient, at any time. Patient / attendant are responsible for their personal belongings and valuables (mobile phone, wrist watches, jewellery, cash etc.) Hospital will not be responsible for any damage or theft.
Only two visitors are allowed in the patient room, during the visiting hours:
|Daily Visiting Hours||04:30pm to 07:30pm|
|Visiting hours on Sunday / public holidays||10:30am to 12:00noon & 04:30pm to 07:30pm|
Children under 12 years of age are not allowed as visitors, except with the permission of concerned Consultant. Smoking, littering and photography in the hospital premises is not allowed. The patient and the attendants can have their meals from the hospital cafeteria. There is also a facility to order for meals of your choice from the menu available at the cafeteria.
For immediate information or assistance form the hospital administration, please contact as follows:-
|Morning Supervisor||8.00am to 8.00pm|
|Evening Supervisor||8.00pm to 8.00am|
Patient Services Coordinators visit all patients on daily basis. Your Suggestions are welcomed for which patient feedback forms are available at Main Nursing Desk or with the Supervisors.
Payments are taken in advance. The patient’s attendant is requested to check patient’s bill on daily basis and deposit necessary advance accordingly. The admission Office will also call for patient’s attendant, if a deposit needs to be made.
Usually our outpatient clinics operate through an appointment system. However, walk-in patients are also taken.
To avoid inconvenience and delays it is advisable to guide the patients on the system and options. Any patient visiting the hospital for the first time, with an appointment, through the Emergency or as walk-in patient needs to register.
The information to be provided at the registration counter must be accurate in the sense that with the name of the patient, the address and telephone contact numbers and NIC number must be correct. Please ensure that any changes in information must be communicated, so that no inconvenience is faced.
This registration generates a file with a Medical Record Number or M.R. # that saves all record of visits, consultations/Investigations, etc.
All admissions are subject to availability of beds.
For admissions of stable patients you may refer to outpatient Consulting Clinic. For critically ill patients come to the Emergency. At the time of admission, the referring authority issues a ‘In Patient Reservation Form’ which details provisional diagnosis etc. The patient comes to the Admission & Discharge at the reception desk, submits the form, makes a choice of room category. by consulting the Inpatient Charges & Consent for Payment. The patient is given the room of choice (subject to availability). There are Companies that are registered on the Panel. You may consult the Panel List to know if you can avail the facility.
Consultants at Out patient Department (OPD) may decide to admit a patient and in this case it is advisable to book the bed and Operation Theatre (if required) in advance. Bookings are done at the admission reception counter in the hospital lobby.
Some emergencies come through the Accident & Emergency Medicine Department, which is open 24 hours, everyday of the week. Admission is a simple process where you register the details of your case, and pay a deposit.
Kindly write your suggestions and comments in the Patient Feedback Form as this will help us improve our services. We would like you to include your name in the form, but it is not compulsory. Please drop it in the patient feedback box.