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Charter of Patient Rights and Responsibilities

 

 

Charter of Patient

Rights and Responsibilities

 

“Our commitment to you and what you can do to help us.”

 

As a patient and/or substitute decision maker you

have the right to…

 

  • Be safe from harm in our Hospital

  • Be treated in a compassionate and respectful way

  • Be free from abuse, exploitation and discrimination

  • Understand and have a choice in decisions regarding your care

  • Refuse service or refuse to have certain people involved in your service

  • Have a support person or advocate involved in your care

  • Appeal a care plan decision, file a complaint or raise concerns about the quality of service

  • Take part or refuse to take part in research or clinical trials

  • Have the privacy and confidentiality of your personal information protected

  • Be aware of how your personal information is used

  • Have access to your health records

  • Have your questions answered in language you understand

  • Maintain cultural practices and pursue spiritual beliefs  

     

 

You and/or your substitute decision maker have the

responsibility to…

 

  • Be polite and respect other patients, visitors and people involved in  your care

  • Give accurate information to help plan your care

  • Ask questions of the people giving your care

  • Report any safety risks

  • Observe rules and regulations

  • Accept responsibility for the choices and decisions you and/or your substitute decision maker make about your care

  • Accept responsibility for any personal belongings you keep in hospital

  • Name one person as your contact person so your family members can get information about you through that person

  • Limit the number of visitors you have in hospital

  • Take part in planning your care  

  • Tell us if you are not satisfied with the care you received

  • Be prepared to leave the hospital by 11 a.m. once discharged

 

How to tell us you’re not satisfied  or have a

concern…

 

  • Tell the nurse caring for you or

  • Call the Patient Advocate at extension 4118 or

  • Ask to speak to the Manager

  • Advise your attending physician

     We want you to leave our Hospital completely satisfied. Please let us know what we did well and what we need to improve on.

 



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