What to do in a hospital?
Hospital admission is possible in the following cases:
-emergencies (when the patient’s life is at risk)
-potentially endemoepidemic diseases
- You need a GP or specialist referral to be admitted in hospital in non-emergency situations.
For anticipated hospital stays, pre-registration is encouraged so that when you arrive at the hospital your registration process will be a quick check-in. If your admission is unanticipated, you will be settled into a patient room and registered. Please bring with you a photo identification card and insurance card.
For surgical procedures, registration offices (Patient registration) are conveniently located in the Surgery Centre. A registration area is also located in the Emergency Department, specifically for patients in need of emergency services.
See MedicalRoute pdf.