To ensure visitors’ experience as comfortable and convenient as possible, various services and amenities are available for the patients and their families at IMC. Our commitment is to assure safety of our patients, visitors and staff, and highest priority is to deliver quality services.
Hospital visiting hours are 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for patients while flexible visiting hours for family members and friends, with respect to sleeping hours.
When visiting someone in IMC, always wear mask and clean your hands using soap and water or alcohol hand rubs or sanitizer. Also clean your hands, when you enter or leave a patient's room or other areas of the IMC.
There are designated lounge areas for visitors on each patient floor. Specific waiting areas have been designated for families and friends of patients in the critical care units, the Emergency Department and surgery.
Accommodations for out-of-town visitors are available at nearby hotels.
All patients will have the right, subject to his/her consent, to see the visitors. Patients shall have the right to withdraw or deny such consent at any time. Patient visitation rights shall not be restricted, limited or otherwise denied on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, sex/gender identity, national origin or disability. All visitors shall enjoy full and equal visitation privileges consistent with patient preferences.
For the convenience of visitors, our cafeteria is open Monday to Sunday, 7 AM to 9 PM.
For the convenience of visitors, an ATM machine is present at the vicinity.
Parking facility is available, in the premises of IMC hospital.
Before buying the gift for patients, consider the IMC’ policy on what the visitors can and cannot bring into the ward, e.g., pot plants are not permitted in surgical or high-dependency wards. Usually, flowers are allowed in all areas except the intensive care unit (ICU). It is not the role of nursing staff to look after a patient’s flowers. IMC may also have restrictions on food.
IMC has a policy to provide smoking free environment to patients, visitors and staff within and immediately surrounding the facility. Smoking is strictly prohibited in patient rooms, or anywhere else within the facility, however allowed outside the building.
Violence and aggression towards staff, patients or any other visitor will not be tolerated in IMC facility. In case of misconduct, necessary legal penalties will be sought
There are a number of things you can do to consider the patient you are visiting, staff and other patients, which include: Check that the patient is happy for you to visit before you make the journey to the IMC. The person you are visiting may be sharing a room, so it is important to consider the needs of other patients during your visit. Limit your noise when you are in the ward and the patient’s room. Some hospitals have a family area where you can go for privacy and where you will not disturb other patients. It is important to remember that nursing staff are there to attend to patients’ medical needs, not the needs of visitors. There may be times during your visit at IMC, when the patient needs some temporary privacy, such as when a doctor or nurse needs to administer treatment. You may need to step out of the room or come back at another time. If you bring children, make sure you properly supervise them and that they do not disturb other patients and hospital staff. Some people find it a shock to see a loved one recovering from surgery or a procedure. They may look pale and unwell, and be hooked up to machines. Be prepared for this when you visit and try to focus on their treatment and recovery. Respect the rules and policies of IMC, be courteous to staff and other patients, and respect the wishes of the patient. Remember that the patient may be feeling low and your visit is likely to be an important and happy distraction.
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