- Patient will be requested to present his/her doctor’s admitting order slip and will be directed to the Emergency Room Department with his/her companion for a thorough medical assessment. In the absence of the doctor admitting order slip, ER physicians may only assign an attending doctor if the patient does not have a doctor of choice.
Once the patient is already evaluated by the ER physician, the companion will be instructed to proceed to the Admitting Section located on Upper Ground Floor to confirm the availability of rooms and to coordinate the process of admission in detail.
For the safety of everyone, still, NO VISITORS ARE ALLOWED IN ALL PATIENTS’ ROOM and only one (1) companion is allowed per admission. NO MINOR or SENIOR companion allowed.
CONSENT FORMS AND PATIENT INFORMATION:
- Patient or his/her companion/responsible party accomplishes and signs consent forms for admission and patient information record forms. Before admission, kindly present the following to the Admitting Assistant:
A. Government-issued ID cards w/ photo of the patient (at least 2)
3. UMID/Passport/Driver’s license
B. Under affiliated company or HMO account
1. HMO card of the patient
2. Letter of Authorization (LOA)
3. Endorsement letter from an affiliated company
- All admitted patients are given the admitting policies with Patient’s Rights and Responsibilities handouts, admission kit, and identification bracelets. ID bracelets must be worn throughout the duration of the hospital stay.
- A reasonable amount is required as an initial payment before admission at CAHWCI. Company or HMO holders may no longer be required to pay the deposit depending on what is indicated in the LOA presented or HMO coverage to be given by the provider’s Liaison Officer
An act strengthening the Anti-Hospital Deposit Law by increasing the penalties for the refusal of hospitals and medical clinics to administer appropriate initial medical treatment and support in an emergency, or serious cases, amending for the purpose Batas Pambansa Bilang 702, otherwise known as “an act prohibiting the demand of deposits or advance payments for the confinement or treatment of patients in hospitals and medical clinics in certain cases”, as amended by Republic Act No. 8344, and for other purposes.