Patient & Attendant Guide
Patient/Attendant Information Guide
Thank you for choosing Mamji Hospital for your healthcare needs!
The information given herein will help you and your family familiarize with the hospital policies and services. Our friendly, skilled and dedicated medical staff will ensure that you are guided at every step while you are admitted in the hospital
In case of any queries or concerns, please contact the concerned Nursing Counters for further assistance.
Patients can register for admission at the Billing Office located on the ground floor, which handles all admissions in the hospital for inpatient surgeries and procedures.
Arrival in the Room
- Upon admission to the Ward/Room you will receive fresh hospital gown/dress, which is mandatory to be worn by the patient.
- THI will provide all the necessary medicines and supplies. Carrying/bringing of any personal medicines is not allowed.
- Your Doctor/Medical Officer will enquire about your medical condition and complete medical history. Please inform in detail if you have any allergies, or disabilities relating to mobility, sight, speech or hearing, paralysis or any related information which should be considered while you’re being treated at Mamji Hospital.
- One attendant is allowed to stay with the patient in the hospital; however attendants are not allowed in ICU/CCU and Step Down. Your attendant/next of kin can contact concerned Unit Reception/Nursing Counter for queries or feedback about the patient’s treatment.
- Male attendant is not allowed to stay in the Female Wing (General Ward).
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (Daily Visiting Hours)
12:00 noon to 01:00 p.m.
- Kindly use the attendant / visitor’s pass for visiting the patient, issued by the billing officer at the time of admission. No duplicate pass will be issued if the original is lost. Your cooperation is appreciated in Mamji Hospitals regard.
- Kindly keep your visit as short as possible to give maximum time to the patient to rest.
- It is desirable that those attendant/family members having some illness should refrain from visiting the patient to safeguard them from any possible infections.
- Children below 12 years of age are not allowed inside the hospital.