Pation Notices

    Appointment is available for self-pay patients with initial visit and follow-up visit.

    For first visit, please bring your ID card or passport to the International Liaison Center on the 1st floor at least 30 minutes prior to your appointment. A personal information form shall be completed and handed to the receptionist at International Liaison Center.

    Should you not be able to make it at the appointed time, please call the International Liaison Center for change or cancellation at least one day prior to your appointment.

Pation Rights and Responsibilities

◙    You have the right to:

  You have the right to respect for your culture, psychosocial, spiritual, and personal values, belief, and preferences.
  Know the name of the physician who has primary responsibility for coordinating your care
  Make decisions regarding medical care, and receive as much information about any proposed treatment or procedure as you may need in order to give informed consent or to refuse a course of treatment.
  Request or refuse treatment, you have the right to leave the hospital even against the advice of physicians. However, you do not have the right to demand inappropriate or medically unnecessary treatment or services.
  Have personal privacy respected.
  Confidential treatment of all communications and records pertaining to your care and stay in the hospital.
  Be informed by the physician, or a delegate of the physician, of continuing health care requirements and options following discharge from the hospital.

◙    Patient Responsibilities:

  I will supply accurate and complete information about present complaints, past illness, hospitalizations, medications, and other matters relating to my health.
  I will make it known when I do not clearly comprehend a course of action or what is expected of me, including, but not limited to, informed consent.
  I will assure that the financial obligations of my health care are fulfilled as promptly as possible.
  Any complaints about your treatment will be resolved in Taiwan where you are treated, According to its laws and procedures