materials, religious books and magazines are available for reading. This library is open from 8:00 am to 4.30 pm, with lunch break between 12.30 and 1 pm.
The Chaplaincy Department also provides books in the following wards : P1,P2,P3,N1,N2,O2,O3E,O3W,R,U,KN and S wards. Patients in these wards can make use of this facility and should return the books either to the ward sister or the librarian before they leave the ward.
DHOBIES AND BARBERS
Authorised dhobies and barbers can be engaged for their services on payment. The ward sister will provide you information on this.
PROCURING MEDICINE FOR PATIENTS
General Ward Patients :
The medicines your doctor prescribes a prescription which will be given to
will be you.
You should take the prescription to the appropriate pharmacy counter (location and timings of the pharmacy counters are listed on pages 58-59 for payment.)
After payment collect your medicines from the pharmacy.
Private Ward Patients : All medicines will be automatically procured by the nurses and the cost added to the hospital bill.
INFORMATION REGARDING PATIENT’S PROGRESS The patient and relatives should feel free to contact their doctor for information concerning the patient’s progress.
VISITING HOURS Week days - 4.30 p.m.
to 6.00 p.m.
Week ends -
Saturdays 3.30 p.m. Sundays 10.00 a.m. 03.30 a.m.
to to to
Most diarrhoeas do not need antibiotics
IN-PATIENT BED RATES PER DAY
Semi-Private room in General Ward
4-bed with attached bath
3-bed with attached bath
2-bed with attached bath
Single Bed Room (Non A.C)
Single Bed Room (A.C)
Single Bed Corner Room
Deluxe Bed Room
Private Double Room (A/C)
Private Single Room (A/C)
Private Delux Room (A/C)
Intensive Care Unit - K.N.Ward Bed
Intensive Care Unit - M CCU
Intensive Care Unit - N Ward
Intensive Care Unit - Medical
East or West,
'Immunization' is the best
Keeping the body in the mortuary
Preservation of body