Know your Physician responsible for your care, talk with him openly, communicates in terminology you may reasonably expect to understand.
Be informed of the reason you are given various tests and treatments, general nature and inherent risk of any procedure, outcomes of care including unanticipated outcomes.
Change your mind about any procedure, request for a second opinion.
Expect your personal privacy to be respected and all your communication to kept confidential.
Have impartial access to medication resources indicated for your care without regard to race, nationality, age, gender or disability, care in a safe environment.
Give cooperation and follow the care prescribed or recommended for you by your physician responsible for your care.
Notify your physician if you do not understand your diagnosis, treatment or prognosis.
Provide to the healthcare provider, to the best of your knowledge, accurate and complete information about present complaints, past illness, hospitalizations, medications and any other matters relating to your health.
Respect the rights and privacy of other patients and follow institutional policies as posted.
To keep appointments, and when you are unable to do so for any reason, to notify our clinic.
Accept your actions if you refuse treatment or do not follow your physician instructions.
Accept financial obligations associated with your care.