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Visiting Information

At Global Hospitals, we welcome visitors, whether one is friend, relative or a family member of the patient. Family members and close friends are encouraged to be a part of the care process, whenever appropriate. The concerned consultant doctor at the hospital and the nursing staff must however first give permission. A written permission from the management is also required for stay after visiting hours. In the rooms/wards only one attendant may stay with the patient. A pass has to be obtained from Admissions Desk at the Front Office. The security may ask for the pass. Please keep the pass ready for the information. Flowers are not allowed in the In-patients Areas. Outside or home food is not permitted. Nurse may ask visitors to leave the room if the patient’s condition so warrants or if hospital policies are not being followed. Your co-operation is solicited.

We sincerely request all visitors to please respect the Hospitals’ limitations on the number of visitors allowed at any one time: the patients need a peaceful and calm environment in which to recover and large numbers of visitors can be noisy and disruptive. Do enquire at the Nursing station or the reception at the lobby on the visitor timings and plan your visits accordingly.

Some of the patients require to be often transferred around the hospital, to and from theatres and wards, diagnostic labs. So please do give them priority when you are taking a lift, and use visitor rather than patient toilets, where possible, to give patients more privacy and to cut the risk of cross-infection.

We would also appreciate it if you would help us to keep communal areas and entrances clean, including lifts and stairwells.

Visitors at the Hospitals can also have access to the Cafeteria, ATM, Pharmacy. Do enquire on the availability of these services.

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