Aster Prime Hospitals has a profound and respect for our patients and their rights. As a patient have the privilege and responsibilities to be informed and take an interest in each choice that includes your care and treatment. On the off chance that you can't do as such, then your rights can be lawfully exchanged and practised by somebody that you assign to settle on choices for you when you are temporarily incapacitated. We're glad to furnish you with the full content of the laws in regards to patient rights and responsibilities.


  • Right to Access to care
  • Right to Respect and Dignity
  • Right to Privacy and Confidentiality
  • Right to Personal Safety and Security
  • Right to Identity
  • Right to Information
  • Right to Consent
  • Right to Consultation
  • Right to Take Second Opinion
  • Right to Transfer and Continuity of Care
  • Right to Complaint Process
  • Right to Refusal of Treatment
  • Right to Information on the Expected Cost of Treatment
  • Right to Access to His /Her Clinical Records
  • Right to Plan of Care, Progress and Information on their Healthcare Needs


  • To provide complete and accurate information including patient’s full name, address, contact no., Age, insurance details and other information as required.
  • To provide accurate information about his/her health, Including past illness or health problems, hospitalisations, allergies and the current or past use of medication.
  • To read and understand all medical forms including consent forms thoroughly prior to signing
  • Participate & understand your treatment plan and your role in that Plan.
  • Making Informed decisions about your care.
  • Refrain from violent behaviour and any verbal abuse with the staff.
  • Consideration for the Rights and respect for the property of other patients and staff.
  • Assistance in hospital efforts to limit noise.
  • Assistance in hospital efforts to limit the number of visitors for safety and noise control.
  • Compliance with smoke-free environment policy.
  • To comply with hospital rules and regulations time to time.
  • Providing complete accurate and timely Information about the sources of Payment for care provided by the hospital.
  • Fulfilling financial obligations of health as promptly as possible.
  • To keep any appointments made, or notify the hospital or clinic as early as possible in case unable to do so.
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