• To be informed and educated in a language that you can understand.
  • To receive medical advice and treatment which fully meets the currently accepted standards of care & quality.
  • To be given a clear description of your medical condition, estimated cost of treatment and to involve you in decision about your care.
  • To have your privacy & dignity and your religious and cultural beliefs respected.
  • To have information regarding your medical condition kept confidential.
  • To have information of your care providers.
  • To have a safe and protected environment for you & your relatives.
  • To make suggestions & voice complaints.
  • To refuse treatment.
  • To have access to your clinical records.
  • To be protected from physical abuse and neglect.
  • To obtain informed consent from you before any procedure/ surgery/ treatment/ anesthesia/ initiation of any research protocol/ blood & blood product transfusion.
  • Right to seek an addition opinion regarding clinical care, if required.