Kothari Medical Centre

Discharge

  1. Discharge is advised by the treating consultant after the clinical round.
  2. Complete process takes 2-3 hours. However TPA (Cashless) patients may need longer time.
  3. The discharge papers are sent to the pharmacy for clearance and then to the billing department.
  4. Before leaving the ward, patient is handed over with detailed discharge summary, which includes doctor's advice on their further follow-up treatment, daily routine diet, and medical prescription.
  5. In case the patient needs a medical certificate, he/she has to inform the doctor or nurse in advance so that it can be prepared before the patient's leaves.
  6. Discharge clearance - "No Dues Certificate" has to be collected from the Discharge Counter after completing the payment formalities.
  7. "No Dues Certificate" is to be handed over to the Ward-in-Charge before leaving the ward.
  8. The Ward-in-Charge shall explain the discharge summary along with post - discharge advises specially medication, diet, next follow-up date etc.
  9. The doctors may give the patient an appointment for follow-up at the Speciality / Outpatient Clinic. If the patient needs to reschedule the outpatient appointment after discharge, they can feel free to contact the concerned doctor.
  10. In case of Corporate patients, for any type of assistance, please contact Marketing Department.
  11. After discharge, you contact our Pharmacy to purchase the advised medicines.


Patients Speak

" Very good OPD & Speciality care...nice organiser"

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" Renowned private hospital with good service. "

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" I was there in 2008 suffering from Pancreatitis and admitted under DR. K. N. JALAN and got best treatment ever And now i am totally ok. "

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Special Packages

Emergency

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