Infection control is the most sensitive issue in a hospital. Because the situation that may arise as a result of careless treatment can make in danger the health of all our patients. For this reason, we kindly request you to pay attention on the following recommendations during your admission to our hospital.
Washing hand properly is the most important factor in the prevention of infections. Therefore, make sure to wash your hands frequently and properly. If you encounter a faulty application from one of our healthcare personnel who are obliged to provide hand washing before any application, kindly do not hesitate to give a warning. You can use hand washing units in all care areas and patient’s rooms of our hospital for cleaning your hands.
Kindly wash your hands with water and soap for 20 seconds;
Before and after meals,
Before and after using the toilet,
Before and after touching the dressing area,
Before and after giving personal care to your patient / yourself,
After entering and leaving each patient room,
At the moment you touched the dirty items.
Inform your doctor and nurse if there is any redness, pain, discharge and bleeding in your dressing area. Take care to keep this area clean and dry.
Our healthcare team is the responsible of the wound site care. For its care, please seek a help from any of our healthcare professionals.
Make sure your visitors do not have any contagious infections like flu. In case of doubt, we ask you to not accept your visitors for the sake of our patients' health.
Our biggest goal is to discharge our patients without any infection. However, in case of infection, you will need to follow the isolation measures that will be recommended to you. Isolation recommendations may vary depending on the type of infection, and a visit and accompanying part can be brought. We kindly request you to pay attention to the recommendations of your physicians and nurses in order to take this process on the possible healthiest way.
During your service at our hospital, we kindly request you to consider the following warnings in line with Patient Safety Principles:
During your admission to the service, your risk of falling will be evaluated by your nurse and you will be informed.
If your risk of falling is high, do not stand up alone in line with the warnings of your doctor and nurse, definitely seek help from our healthcare professionals.
During your admission to the service, our nurse will inform you about the use of the call button at the bedside. In case of emergency, do not hesitate to ask for help via the call button.
You can ask your nurse to help you to bring your bed into a suitable position. You can also get information from your nurse about how to use the remote that adjusts the bed position.
When you want to take a bath, ask for help by informing your nurse.
We recommend that you wear slippers or shoes with bottom rubber non-slip soles to avoid the risk of falling.
Please walk carefully in areas seen to be wet and with floor warning.
If you are allowed to walk unaided, make sure there is sufficient light in the walking area.
Notifying to the physicians and nurses about the medicines under use during the hospitalization procedures, delivering them, and indicating the method of use will make the treatment more comfortable.
Taking correctly their medication is the most important part of the treatment for our patients. For this purpose, make sure that the patient’s wristband is controlled while administering medications from the responsible nurse.
It is vital that you inform your physician and nurse about any known drug or food allergies before starting the treatment.
It is important that you get detailed information from your physician about the operation and / or treatment to be applied to you / your relative.
Make sure you having all the information about your treatment, do not hesitate to ask questions to your doctor and nurse.
Do not forget that your physician will include you and your relative in all decisions to be taken during diagnosis, treatment, care and discharge procedures.
Do not hesitate to inform your physicians and nurses about all the health-related problems you have experienced during the admission in our hospital.