The Right to Privacy
Liv Hospital patients have the right to choose whether they wish to receive visitors at any particular time, unless the visitor is connected with an official health body relating to the patient’s treatment and care.
Patients have the right to privacy during medical examination and consultation, with sessions being conducted in a closed environment that cannot be overheard or observed.
Confidentiality is a fundamental patient right, and central to the relationship between patient and doctor. All patients’ personal and health condition information is kept confidential. Such information can only be disclosed with the express consent of the patient or through the decision of a court of law.
All patients have the right to maintain the privacy of their private lives: medical staff may only request information in this respect to the extent that it is required for effective diagnosis, treatment and care.
Financial and payment information regarding the patient’s treatment is confidential.
- Contagious Disease Notification
- Respecting Others
- Hospital Rules
- In the Event of Rejecting Medical Advice
- Following Medical Advice
- Keeping Medical Experts Informed
- The Right to Excellence in Care
- The Right to Accompaniment
- The Right to Visits and Human Values
- The Right to Security
- The Right to Religious Observance
- The Right to Recourse and Complaint
- The Right to Know the Hospital Rules and Regulations
- The Right to Social and Psychological Support
- The Right to Know the Costs
- The Right to a Second (or External) Opinion
- The Right to Withdraw Approval
- The Right to Reject Treatment
- The Right to Consent
- The Right to Communication in a Language You Understand
- The Right to be informed
- The Right to Determine Who Cares for You
- The Right to Privacy
- The Right for Respect and Consideration
- The Right to Health Care Services and Advice
- The Right to be Prioritized