Check with your consulting physician on any special instructions you need to follow before your admission to the hospital; for example, will you need to fast ?etc. Please note that some patients undergoing surgery may need to check in by 5 pm the night before surgery.
Make a list of all medications you normally take at home, and show it to the nurse upon arrival. During your hospitalization, your physician will write orders for any medications you may need, and these will be dispensed by your nurse.
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Before proceeding to your room, you or a family member will be guided to the Admission Office where you will be asked questions by one of our Officers. This information is necessary in order to establish your hospital file as well as to apply for insurance coverage if applicable. We appreciate your cooperation and your thoroughness in providing the requested information.
Trad Hospital offers five types of accommodation : double occupancy for private and for social security patients, single occupancy and suites in addition to the new deluxe "l'Orchidée" apartment . All our rooms have private bathrooms and are equipped with individually controlled air-conditioning, an advanced nurse calling system with hands-free communication, a flat-screen television, a telephone, and electrical beds.Depending on your insurance coverage, you may request an upgrade to a single occupancy room or suite, or even to the new "l'Orchidée" apartment at an additional expense to you. Please ask one of our Admission Officers for further details.
Trad Hospital is a smoke-free institution. This policy applies to doctors, hospital staff, patients and visitors for the well-being of all. We kindly ask you and your visitors to refrain from smoking anywhere on the premises.
Please refrain from using your cellular phones anywhere on hospital premises except in your private own room . It has been proven that these phones can seriously interfere with the functioning of certain medical equipment.
The Nurse Calling system allows you to communicate with your nurse from your bed or from the bathroom at any time you feel the need. The system exists in most rooms and allows the nurses to monitor you from their posts at all times.
The hand held unit has three basic functions: The TV button switches the TV on/off and scrolls through the channels; the light switch turns your light on/off; and most importantly, the nurse button gives you hands-free access to communicate with the nursing station whenever needed.
Your hand-held unit controls the channels and volume of your television set. Patients may choose from a variety of local channels, or for a nominal charge, a remote control for cable channel access may be requested from the Admission Office. For your comfort, and that of other patients on your floor, we appreciate you keeping the volume of your television set to a minimum.
To make an outside call, dial 0 followed by the number. Calls will be charged to your room. For internal calls, dial 1 followed by the extension.
Internet access is available against a nominal charge. A password for having a connection will be given to you upon request.