You can register for Diagnostics and Treatment Department and Day care Department at Emergency Department. A future mother is registered directly at Obstetrics Department.
On the day of your procedure:
Arrive to the hospital at the time specified by you doctor.
Keep to the time of the last meal and drink specified by your doctor.
Take with you:
A signed contract
Referral to the hospital
A pre-anaesthesia questionnaire
A signed agreement for the procedure/operation and anaesthesia
Personal things necessary when staying in the hospital, i.e. pyjamas, dressing-gown, toiletries.
Diagnostics and Treatment Department and Day care Department
The condition for the Damian Hospital admission is a qualification visit to the surgeon or other specialist of Damian Medical Centre who will perform the operation.
During this visit a patient receives the following documents and arranges the time of admission with the doctor:
A template of civil law contract
A referral to the hospital
A referral to preventive examinations
An agreement for procedure/operation form
An agreement for anaesthesia form
You can arrange anaesthesia consultation in Emergency Department.
If there are no contraindications to the procedure/operation, an anaesthesiologist informs you how to prepare for the procedure/operation, fills in a form with you and confirms the date of the procedure.
On the date of the operation/procedure the patient should come to Emergency Department one hour before the planned operation/procedure with the following documents:
A referral to the hospital
Test results, such as: blood count, electrolytes, glucose, APTT, PT, INR, fibrinogen, HBS antibody, HCV antibody, HIV antibody, blood group, ECG, chest X-Ray and other tests required by the anaesthesiologist.
A questionnaire filled in during the visit to the anaesthesiologist.
A signed agreement for the procedure/operation.
A signed agreement for anaesthesia.
After registration in an emergency unit, medical personnel take the patient to the ward.
At the ward the patient is prepared for the procedure or he/she is presented with a plan of diagnostic examinations.
W 35—36 tygodniu ciąży przyszła mama umawia się z położną na spotkanie konsultacyjne dotyczące porodu.
W sekretariacie medycznym oddziału założona zostaje dokumentacja ciężarnej. W tym dniu odbywają się również konsultacje z zespołem medycznym, który będzie towarzyszył jej podczas porodu, tj.:
Podczas wizyty ciężarna otrzymuje numery telefoniczne do położnej oraz lekarza prowadzącego, którzy czekają na wiadomość od niej 24 h na dobę.
Lekarz anestezjolog udziela przyszłej mamie informacji na temat możliwych metod znieczulenia na podstawie posiadanych wyników badań.
Jeżeli na podstawie wskazań lekarskich zaplanowane zostaje cesarskie cięcie, ciężarna otrzymuje informacje, jak należy się przygotować.
Zwracamy się z prośbą o przestrzeganie zasad przygotowania do zabiegu.
What should you remember when staying at the Damian Hospital?
Patient’s Rights and Obligations Card is available in every hospital room and in the front medical office of the ward.
Rules and Regulations are available in the front medical office of the ward.
At any time of stay in the ward, a patient can obtain information about the scope of services and their prices.
This information is provided by personnel.
A patient has the right to acquire detailed information about his/her health and look into medical documentation, a person authorized by the patient can look into the medical documentation and inquire about the patient’s health.
A patient’s family can take part independently or/and supervised by a ward nurse in the process of nursing the patient.
The scope of nursing is designated by a doctor and a nurse.
A patient has a possibility to practise his/her religion.
The hospital offers foreign patients a possibility to communicate with the staff.
A patient taking medication not related to the hospital stay, should report this fact to the attending physician in the ward.
The medication should be given to the doctor.
A patient receives medication from the nurse.
A patient should not take medication on his/her own.
Every hospital room has an electronic system of calling medical personnel, a telephone, a TV and a radio.
Headphones are available at the patient’s request.
Wireless internet is available everywhere in the hospital.
To gain access to the internet, the patient should ask the nurses for a password.
Toiletries and a dressing gown are available at the patient’s request.
There is a safe at the ward where you can put away valuables for the time of hospital stay.
When a patient is not present in the ward (due to the operation, delivery, diagnostic test), his/her belongings (e.g. dentures, contact lenses, glasses, etc.) are kept:
in case of a single room, in a locked room – the key is kept at the head nurse or other designated nurse,
in case of a double room - at the head nurse and other designated nurse.
A patient can get coffee, tea or mineral water at any time of day or night by asking medical staff.
Before you leave the hospital, we kindly ask you to fill in a Questionnaire of Customer Satisfaction available in the hospital rooms or medical front office of the hospital.
Nurse call device should be carried with you at all times.
If any problems should occur, you should inform medical staff directly responsible for taking care of you.
A day in the hospital schedule
A ward round takes place every day in the morning from 9:00 – 10:00 and in the evening from 7:00 to 8:00.
Rooms are cleaned daily from 6:00 to 8:00
A room can be cleaned at another time at the patient’s request.
Meals are served:
Breakfast 8:00 – 8:30 am
Brunch 10:00 – 10:30 am
Lunch 1:00—1:30 pm
Tea 3:00 – 3:30 pm
Dinner 6.00—6.30 pm
You can ask for a special diet or chose from the menu (ask the personnel in advance) unless there are medical contraindications.
Visiting hours are between 8:00 am and 10 pm according to the visiting regulations.
A hospital discharge is a document showing the course of hospitalization. It includes:
description of the patient’s condition at the time of admission
diagnosis and treatment
description of the patient’s condition at the time of discharge
medical and diet recommendations for the future.
The decision to discharge the patient from hospital is taken by the doctor
There is no possibility that a patient can stay in hospital without medical indications.
The patient has the right to demand to be discharged from hospital at any time.
In this situation a doctor provides information about predicted consequences of discontinuation of the treatment before the end of hospitalization
A patient discharged from hospital should pack their own things
It is advisable for safety reasons that a patient is accompanied by someone close at the discharge from hospital