1. Patients admitted for treatment at Eurohospital are hospitalized by the doctor on duty at the Reception office, completing the patient’s primary documentation, as determined by the Minister of Health. The same is continued by the doctor in charge at the hospital during the treatment.
2. The health insurance status is verified by presenting the relevant documents.
3. Every patient is admitted against presentation of an identity card. An exception to this rule is only allowed in life-threatening or unconscious condition of the patient.
4. Patients are admitted to the hospital with exams prepared in advance and appointed by the doctor in charge. They are attached and accompany the documentation kept at the hospital.
5. Patients hospitalization is performed after a written consent for treatment at SHATOT EuroHospital OOD and after information about their rights and obligations is provided by the doctor on duty
6. Any kind of surgery, complex diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, including those using ionizing radiation sources are made after the informed consent from the patient is given and, if he/she is unable to make a decision, by the consent of his or her legal representative or guardian, except for the cases provided for by law. This also applies to the use of narcotic drugs or methods leading to a temporary change in the patient’s consciousness.
7. Patient care may be funded by:
– NHIF – treatment under clinical pathways, according to the current NFA
– voluntary health insurance funds
– against payment of the value of the medical service
In the latter case, the patient declares that he/she will pay the cost of the stay when being admitted to the hospital by affixing his/her signature.
8. Patients undergoing operative treatment are to be examined at the treatment facility as per the required paraclinical minimum, as well as samples for hypersensitivity to anesthetic agents are taken.
9. General anesthesia with or without intubation, caudal, spinal or epidural anesthesia is performed by an anaesthesiologist-resuscitation specialist.
10. Anaesthesiologist-resuscitation specialist monitors the post anaesthesiological status of the patient.
11. Patients receive medical report and a sick leave certificate upon discharge. If they have paid for the services they also receive an invoice for the value of the interventions and treatment provided according to the current price list.
12. After discharge patients are entitled to / free of charge, according to the severity of the disease / free check – ups, the purpose of which is the doctor / the surgeon/ to follow-up of the recovery period after the patient’s discharge.
13. In case of discharge of patients whose condition imposes care assistant, they are passed on to their relatives and the doctor /the surgeon / periodically observes the patient in ambulatory conditions.
14. No patient can be discharged if treatment is not completed and there is a danger to his/her life.
15. Discharging of a patient upon his/her request when treatment is incomplete but without any danger to his/her life is done by affixing his/her signature on the history of the disease.