Clínica Particular de Vilamoura00h00m
Centro Médico Internacional VRSA00h00m
Hospital São Camilo Portimão00h00m
Clínica Particular SIIPEMOR00h00m
Clídis – Clínica de Diagnósticos de Sines00h00m
Madeira Medical Center00h07m
In total, our In-Patient capacity is 180 Beds among our three Hospital Units, comprising private suits, private rooms and semi-private rooms, always with 24 hour medical and nursing support as well as daily rehabilitation for the duration on the hospitalization period.
Our differentiation is the training of doctors , nurses and auxiliary staff as well as physiotherapists and other technical staff.
Safety is the key factor in the care of hospitalized patients.
Tight internal rules exist which transmit total safety to the patient while in hospital.
The safety and satisfaction of our clients is of fundamental importance and essential for the In-Patient Service of the Hospital.
All patient who are admitted to our hospitals are always followed by a Medical Specialist together with the nursing team on duty.
Only your personal hygiene product, slippers and pajamas.
For hygiene and security purposes personal valuables should be left with a family member. The hospital cannot be held responsible for lost personal objects.
If this is not possible, you may ask one of our Auxiliaries to hand them to our Main Reception together with a descriptive list, where they will be kept in our vault for safekeeping.
Once you have been Discharged from hospital, you must make your wasy to our Main Reception in order to finalize all administrative procedures. You will be given the results of all exams which you were submitted to during your hospitalization, Medical Reports and the Doctor’s Prescriptions together with the invoice referring to your admission.
We believe that the patient is the most important element in the Hospital Particular do Algarve.
In order to continuously improve the services we provide your opinion is important.
We would therefore appreciate that you should complete one of the Questionnaires available.
When visiting a family member or friend that is admitted to hospital it should be remembered that they are under medical supervision and therefore some factors should be taken into account.
The patients diet is controlled by professionals and food should not be brought to the hospital as it may influence the patients recovery. The duty nurse should always be consulted before any type of foodstuff not provided by the hospital, is given to a patient.
Flowers should not be kept in the room.
The number of visitors at any one time should be limited as excessive noise can trigger internal stress detrimental to the recovery of the patient.
12am to 10pm
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