Patient Rights and Responsibilities
It is your right as Al-Sakha For Medical & Nursing
- To be informed of your rights in an understandable manner.
- To be informed (patient & families) about the care and services of the healthcare organization & how to access those services.
- To have considerate and respectful care consistent with your personal values and beliefs and to have access to spiritual and religious support.
- To have care that is respectful of privacy.
- To be protected from any type of assault while a patient.
- To receive appropriate protection if you are a vulnerable child, disabled individual, and / or elderly.
- To have all your information kept confidential and protected from loss or misuse.
- To have respectful and compassionate care if your condition is terminal.
- To be given information on how to gain access to clinical research, investigation or clinical trials involving human subject if this healthcare organization is currently involved in any of these.
- To be informed of how you would be informed and protected if you participated in any clinical research, investigations, or clinical trials.
- To be informed of the health care organization's policy on complaints, conflicts, and difference of opinions about patient care and your right to participate in these processes related to concerns about your treatment or care.
- To expect staff to understand your rights.
- To have informed consent (what will happen in the course of treatment) explained in an understandable way to have adequate understandable information for you and your family about your illness, proposed treatment and care provided in order to make informed decisions.
- To give general consent for treatment and have the general scope and limits of this consent explained.
- To expect to be asked for informed consent before surgery, anesthesia, use of blood and blood product, and other high risk treatment and procedures, clinical research, investigation, and trial.
It is your responsibility as Al-Sakha For Medical &
Nursing Services Patient