The front office staff at the reception will assist you during the admission process. They will generate a Unique Identification Number (UID) for the patient and all the medical records will be maintained and stored by the hospital for all future reference. They will also draw out an estimate and guide you for selecting the relevant category of room.In addition, you will be required to make an advance payment. The advance shall be adjusted against the final bill at the time of discharge. Those seeking the cashless route would have to visit the reception desk for the hospitalization of the patient. The staff will escort the patient to the allotted room/bed and make you feel comfortable.
When admitted to the hospital, your care will be provided by a team of health care professionals trained to meet your specific medical needs. The following is a brief description of some hospital staff members.
Attending physicians are members of the team that determine and supervise your medical care. Attending physicians also teach other doctors to care for patients. You will be assigned an attending physician. They change periodically, so please ask your nurse or doctor about the scheduled rotation of doctors on your child’s unit.
Fellows are physicians who have completed their residency training and are now receiving advanced training in a specialty. Fellows work with an attending physician and help teach interns and residents under the guidance of attending physicians.
Residents and interns are physicians completing their training. They work under the guidance of attending physicians and fellows.
Our nursing staff coordinates and provides care. Many of our nurses have received advanced training in specialized fields.
Charge nurses are responsible for overseeing the nursing care on your hospital unit during a shift.
Clinical nurse specialists are registered nurses with advanced education in special areas. These nurses help coordinate your care.
Nurse practitioners are registered nurses with advanced education in special areas. These nurses have training and skills in assessment, physical diagnosis and managing health needs in their specialty areas.
Patient care managers are responsible for supervising all nursing care on every shift on your unit.