Accompanying Persons' Rules

Accompanying Persons' Rules

• The need of the accompanist is decided by the patient's doctor.

• The number of accompanying persons is limited to one person. One accompanist is sufficient because the presence of more than one companion can make unnecessarily crowded and can prevent the hospital functioning system.

• Accompanist persons must comply with hospital rules. In case of infarction, the person's attendance will not be accepted.

• There is no obligation to provide a bed for accompanying persons outside the private room. Accompanying persons may use companion seats located in patient rooms to allow them to rest.

• Accompanying persons (except physician and nurse directives) should not make any application to the patient.

• Accompanying persons should keep the hospital's belongings tidy and clean. They should not damage the hospital property.

• Accompanying persons must not take their patients out of the hospital and change their bed, except for the request of the relevant physician or nurse.

• Accompanying persons can not use tobacco and alcohol in the hospital.

• Accompanying persons should not bring food or drink to the patient, and should not give any food or drink to the patient without consulting the physician or nurse.

• Accompanying persons should not speak loudly in patient rooms and corridors, and should not disturb employees and other patients.

• Accompanying persons should notify the nurses in case of having problems with their patients.

• The clinical responsible nurse should be informed if the companion has changed.


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