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PATIENTS RIGHTS

- The patient has the right to receive care, health and treatment services for his or her health needs. These services, including preventive, health and medical care, must be available and accessible to all and fairly, without discrimination.

- The patient has the right to take immediate action in all cases, especially in case of urgent medical conditions.

- The general public, regardless of social status, is entitled to health care. Care that is accessible to the general public and in accordance with professional standards.

- The patient has the right to careful care with respect. These services must be fair, humane, non-segregated, irrespective of skin color, gender, nationality, occupation, religion, and source of payment.

- The patient has the right, as far as the law permits, to reject the treatment and has the right to be informed of the consequences of his decision.

- The patient has the right to refuse examination and supervision by people who are not directly involved in caring for the company.

- The patient is entitled to careful and consistent health care.

- The patient has the right to expect that care continues at a satisfactory level. In addition, it already knows where and when doctors can access which doctors.

- The patient has the right to cooperate with all health care providers and institutions active in the field in order to continue health care.

- Every patient admitted to the treatment center is entitled to be treated and treated in a manner consistent with respect for his or her personality and environment. This means that any intervention should only be carried out in the presence of those directly involved in his care and treatment.

- The patient has the right to receive new and complete information about his or her condition, treatment and prognosis from his or her physician. This description should be made in a statement that is understandable to the patient. When giving such an explanation to the patient is not medically correct, the above information should be provided to the appropriate person presented by the patient. The patient has the right to know the name of the coordinator of your care.

- The patient has the right to obtain the necessary information from his physician before signing the consent before starting treatment. For informed consent, except in medical emergencies, this information includes a specific therapeutic and diagnostic method, treatment complications, and the probable duration of disability. Although this information is not limited to these cases.

- When there are other therapies or when the patient asks for information on other treatments, this information should be provided in plain and intelligible language.

- The patient has the right to know the names of the persons responsible for her diagnosis or treatment.

- The patient has the right to know about any communication between the hospital and other educational and health care organizations as far as he or she is concerned, and to know them by name.

- The patient has the right to expect that the hospital will be as effective as possible on request for service provision. The hospital is required to take immediate action to assess the patient's condition and provide him with care or referral to other medical centers. When transferring a patient to another health facility, if the patient is given medical information, the physician should explain to the patient about the need for transfer and other work that can be done instead of the transfer.

- The patient has the right to be informed of the current rules and regulations of the hospital that apply to him.

- The patient is legally entitled to participate in all decisions regarding his or her health care.

- Hospital staff should teach their patients how to care for them so that they can be informed of their basic needs and attain a healthy level of health.

- The patient has the right to know all his or her rights at all stages of care.

- The patient has the right to know the identity and expertise of all healthcare providers.

- The patient has the right to know about the therapist's treatment plans for treatment as long as he or she is treated. Additionally, he will be informed of the therapies in such a way as to be provided in relation to his illness in other treatment centers.

- Before transmitting the patient to another health facility, the cause of the transfer must be explained to him. If the patient does not agree, he / she is entitled to consult with specialists.

- The patient has the right to be informed at least one day prior to discharge. He has the right to consult with experts on timely clearance.

- The patient has the right to photocopy all medical records in his discharge. Additionally, you should have easy access to your medical records.

- The patient has the right to examine and comment on the full bill for the services he has received at the treatment center, regardless of the source of the payment.

- The patient has the right to receive a full explanation of how to receive public and private resources in order to cover the cost of hospital services from the health center staff.

- The patient has the right to receive the correct and complete information about his or her plan. This information should be provided in a language that is understandable to the patient and in the manner required by him. If necessary, the interpretation and interpretation of this information should be provided to him free of charge.

- The patient has the right to examine his medical file upon request.

- Patients who can not speak in the local language have the right to have an interpreter.

- The patient has the right to consult experts at his own expense on his medical condition at the request.

- The patient has the right to receive adequate information in the field of health services such as medical expenses, medical services, surgery, etc.

- The patient has the right to select the persons who are required to be informed on behalf of him of the details of his illness.

- The patient has the right to privacy, personal and information, in relation to hospital staff, other doctors (other than medical practitioners), residents, interns, medical students, specialists, nurses and other patients.

- During the implementation of the medical care program, the privacy of the patient should be observed. The conversation about counseling, examination, and treatment of the patient should be kept confidential and carefully performed.

- The patient has the right to expect that all communications and cases related to his or her care remain confidential.

- All information contained in the medical records of the patient, except in cases of legal or insurance claims, must remain confidential. Also, all information about the relationship between the patient and health care providers, in writing or verbally, should remain confidential.

- The patient has the right to remain confidential for the cost of his care and treatment.

- The right to confidentiality and protection of patient medical records must be respected when processing and converting information in electronic form.

- Satisfaction is a new and important attitude that has emerged as the principle of liability in medical law. This theory implies that every wise and adult has the right to decide on the treatment or treatment that is recommended or necessary. In fact, any adult, wise, and competent person must be aware of any method of treatment he or she has taken for him, and it is obvious that he / she is considered a crime without his consent.

- The patient is legally entitled to receive clear and concise explanations about the proposed treatment in plain language. This description includes treatment complications, problems that usually occur after recovery, and the likelihood of success of the treatment. The patient must be assured that without informed consent, he will not undergo any treatment.

- The patient is legally entitled to be assessed correctly, fully, and clearly before the consent is signed, his current condition and the consequences of non-compliance.

- The patient has the right, before consent is given, to receive complete information on the type of illness, the proposed treatment of the physician, the proposed treatment complications, and other available therapies in a simple and understandable language.

- Patient privacy should be observed during the implementation of the medical care program. Persons who are directly involved in the care of the patient should be allowed to attend the interview and examination.

- The patient has the right to observe his privacy during interview, examination and treatment.

- The patient has the right to respect his or her privacy during the visit.

- Patient informed consent is necessary for any medical intervention. However, any illness has the right to refuse or stop medical intervention, except in cases where non-treatment results in a threat to the community.

- The patient has the right to announce his consent or dissatisfaction with the donation of his or her organ to transplant patients to other patients.

- If it is not possible to obtain consent from the patient and the medical necessity to make the intervention necessary, then consenting to the patient is not required unless the patient has previously banned the intervention.

- In cases where the legal representative or the attorney of the patient opposes a medical treatment that the physician considers to be ill, the doctor is obligated to give his opinion to the patient's legal representative or institution, and in the event of an emergency, despite the opposition of the legal representative, the action Who thinks he is ill-advised.

- Every patient has the right to decide freely about issues of his own, the physician must inform the patient of the consequences of his decision.

- Every wise, mature, and informed patient has the right to accept or not accept any treatment or diagnostic and therapeutic process. Every patient has the right to have the necessary information to make a decision on how to treat him.

- In cases where the patient has lost his consciousness or is unable to express his or her desires and wishes, he or she shall be granted consent at any time whenever possible.

- The patient has the right to leave the treatment center regardless of physical and financial condition. Before leaving the organization, the patient must sign a letter of refusal to explain that the patient has been removed from the treatment center, unlike the advice of doctors.

- The patient should, as far as current medical knowledge is concerned, be subject to remedial measures.

- Each patient is subject to ultimate human care.

- The patient has the right to refrain from having a long pain test.

- Each patient has the right to receive the necessary assistance from the chosen cleric for the sake of peace.

- Every patient has the right to protest and complain if its legal rights are violated.

- The patient has the right to protest about health services. These patient complaints should be addressed and a reasonable response given to the patient.

- Every patient has the right to be informed about compensation for damage caused by mistakes, incomplete and delayed information.

- The patient has the right to seek prompt medical treatment in all cases, especially in cases of urgent medical attention.

- All patients have the right to have access to their attorney who can comment on them and defend their rights throughout the day.

- The preservation of privacy is an important and fundamental concept in humans. The concept of privacy is a physical, mental, social, and informational dimension. The maintenance of patient privacy, which is one of the essential aspects of care in hospitals and health care centers, is the same protection of information and prevention of information provided. The most common problems are the privacy and privacy of patients, noise and disruptive factors, limited space, constraints and obstacles in hospitals.

- The patient has the right to observe his privacy during an interview, examination and treatment.

- The patient has the right to respect his or her privacy during the visit.

- The patient has the right to access his or her relatives during the stay by telephone or private meeting.

- The right to maintain the peace and privacy of the actions performed for the patient, whether in medical or educational settings, should be respected.