Patient Rights

Patient Rights:

  1. General use of Service:
    Activities to promote healthy living within the framework of the principles of justice and
    fairness and to benefit from preventive health services,
  2. Achieving service in equality:
    To receive services without regard to race, language, religion and denomination, gender,
    political thought, philosophical beliefs, and economic and social situations,
  3. Informing:
    To learn what all kinds of services and facilities are,
  4. Selecting and changing an organization:
    To choose and change the Health Organization and to benefit from the health services
    provided in the Health Organization of his choice,
  5. Selecting and changing staff recognition:
    To learn, select and change the identities, duties and titles of medical doctors and other
    personnel who are providing and providing health care,
  6. Requesting information:
    To request all kinds of information about health condition, orally and in writing,
  7. Privacy:
    To receive all kinds of health services in a privacy-appropriate environment,
  8. Consent and consent:
    To obtain consent in medical interventions and to benefit from the service within the
    framework of consent,
  9. Rejection and interception,
    Refusing treatment and asking to be stopped,
  10. Security:
    To take health care in a safe environment,
  11. To be able to fulfill religious obligations:

To fulfill the religious obligations within the scope of the measures taken by the
administration and within the scope of the facilities of the organization,

  1. Seeing respectability:
    To receive friendly, kind, caring, health care with respect, care and care,
  2. Comfortable:
    To receive health care in an environment where all hygienic conditions are provided,
    noise and all disturbing factors are eliminated,
  3. Visit:
    To accept visitors in accordance with the points and principles determined by the
    institutions and organizations,
  4. Companion possession:
    To request to have a chaperone in accordance with the legislation, the facilities of health
    institutions and organizations and if the physician deems appropriate,
  5. Right of application, complaint and lawsuit:
    In case of violation of rights, to exercise the right to all kinds of applications, complaints
    and lawsuits within the framework of the legislation,
  6. Continuous service:
    As long as necessary, to benefit from health care,
  7. Designations of thought:
    To express their thoughts on the services provided
    they have rights.
    (Ref: Patient Rights Movement)

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Cyprus Central Hospital has been in service since 1995 and is currently on its way to becoming a rapidly growing organization with 48 specialist doctors. We have provided services to more than 220 thousand patients from our organization to this day.

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