Drop in beforehand!
As soon as you know the date of admission to hospital, we advise you to drop in to our Admission Office a few days in advance, if your state of health permits. This gives you a chance to complete the administrative formalities and save yourself the trouble on the day of your admission to the hospital.
Checklist for your admission:
- The letter of referral for admission from your doctor.
- Your insurance card or cover guarantee from your health insurance fund or insurance company.
- A government issued identity document (Passport, Driverâ€™s License, Aadhar card)
- Previous medical health reports
Check Your Insurance
If you are covered by international and foreign insurance, we suggest you to check your cover and make sure that the cost will be met before you are admitted. You should apply for a guarantee of full cover for your stay. You may have been refered for outpatient treatment but may have to spend one or more night in the hospital. In such cases your stay is considered to be hospitalization.
Your insurance does not cover cost of personal laundry, telephone & personal expenses (Newspaper, Hairdresser etc.) You have to meet these yourself.
*Inclusions and exclusions depend upon insurance policy of the patient. It may vary from one insurance policy to another, according to your coverage.
What can I expect during my stay at Dr. Rela Institute & Medical Centre?
At Dr. Rela Institute & Medical Centre a warm welcome, a soothing smile and a gentle touch will boost your spirits as you experience the best of health care practices.
And each day you will meet your treatment team, which includes your doctors and nursing staff. Our team of expert will help you understand your illness and manage your symptoms, learn strategies and skills to assist you in your recovery. Your nurse will be available to answer your question anytime during your stay. Your nurse will also be responsible for providing you with your medication.
Am I allowed to carry medications from home?
If any medications are required during your stay, your doctor will prescribe them based on your diagnosis and they will be filled by our pharmacist. Please bring a list of prescription and over the counter medication, as well as any herbal products that you are taking at home. Please include the dosage and direction in your list. In the event you brought any medication of your own to the hospital, kindly send them back home with your family members. If this is not possible please give the medication to a nurse who will send them to pharmacy for safe storage until you are discharged. For safety and security reasons, you may not keep any medications, including vitamins, in your room.