Sudha hospital works on the principle of providing affordable medical services to patient with care, compassion and commitment.
Patient reports to the reception of the hospital. Front desk executive enquires about the patient's problem. Reception office refers the patient to the concerned department/doctor. Patient reports there, and concerned doctor investigates the patient's case history.
Your emergency care starts as soon as you arrive at the emergency department. A specialist emergency nurse, called the triage nurse, will assess your condition, provide first aid and prioritise you for treatment. You may be asked to wait in the waiting room. How long you wait depends on how busy the department is at the time and the number of patients with.
When the patient arrives at the ward, our ward staff will orientate the patient to the ward and the facilities available. Patient will then be clerked by the ward doctors this involves taking a detailed medical history and ordering of tests if necessary. During the patient's stay in the hospital, he/she will be attended by a team doctors comprising of medical specialists, assisted by medical officers and house officers. Every care is taken in respect of patient care, treatment, meals, dress and health recovery. The daily routine in the ward includes activities such as ward rounds by doctors, medication, meals, visiting hours and bedtime. However, this routine may vary as laboratory tests, x-ray, treatment and other procedures will take place when required. If required, the doctors operate the patient as part of the treatment. The patient's medical records and information on their medical condition are confidential. We will only share this information with the patient and the next-of-kin. If the immediate family members wish to know more about the patient's condition, they can approach the appropriate coordinator to arrange for convenient time to meet the concerned doctor.