||Right to dignity and privacy during examination, treatment and medical procedures.
||Right to be educated about nature of treatment, benefits, possible risks, complications
||Right to information about possible benefits of treatment and possible risk, if not treated.
||Right to request that care plan is prepared or modified as per patient’s or attendant’s
||Right of respect and consideration of their spiritual & cultural need.
||Right to safety, that includes safety from physical abuse, neglect, repeated internal examinations
||Right to confidentiality and non disclosure of patient’s private information without consent.
||Right to refuse treatment and right to get discharged from the hospital.
||Right to informed consent, before any invasive or high risk procedure, or high risk treatment like
blood transfusion, general anesthesia, invasive procedure or Chemotherapeutic medication is done.
||Right to get information about how to lodge complaint.
||Right to lodge complaint about hospital facilities, services, staff behavior and right to grievance
||Right to prompt information about expected cost of treatment.
||Right to uniform medical care irrespective of caste, creed, color, sex, region, religion or ward rate.
||Right to see patient and know about patient’s health status, access to patient’s diagnostic results
and clinical record.
||Right to education regarding preventive healthcare aspects, drug-food interaction, Blood donation,
organ donation, immunization, Periodic health checkup
||Right to know about patient’s health status and health care needs after discharge, including
precautions, medications, dietary and life style advice, and advice for medical emergency.