Fertilitas’ private hospital rules

When visiting our hospital, please follow Fertilitas’ hospital rules.
 

Hospital rules

Arrival for planned hospital care

  • When coming in for planned hospital care at the Department of Rehabilitative Care or the Department of Follow-up Care, please bring a specialist physician’s letter of referral. Hospital care is provided on the basis of a waiting list and requires prior registration by phone at 6059010.
  • It is advisable to arrive at the hospital before 10:00. If you arrive later, we can offer dinner as the first meal.
  • Gynaecological, orthopaedic and ENT day surgery patients are admitted to the hospital on the first floor of the outpatient clinic (more information can be obtained from the registry office).
  • If you have problems (colds or other illnesses, doubts about the necessity of the surgery, etc.) preventing you from coming to the hospital, please immediately inform the treating physician or call the nurse on duty by phone at 6059605.
  • The secretary of the department or the nurse of the outpatient clinic will draw up a medical history on the basis of your letter of referral and identity document.
  • Visitors and day surgery patients are asked to leave their outerwear in the cloakroom.
  • When coming to the hospital, please bring with you a letter of referral, your identity document, the results of previous medical examinations and tests, personal sanitary products, and indoor footwear.

 

A reminder for surgery patients:

  • For surgery with general anaesthesia, please avoid eating and drinking for 6 hours before the surgery. Chewing gum and smoking are also prohibited.
  • At least 10 days before the surgery, stop using any blood-thinning medications (aspirin, Marevan, etc.).
  • On the day of surgery, patients should not be suffering from colds (runny nose, cough, fever) and should preferably not be menstruating or suffering from acute skin inflammation. If necessary, please consult your treating physician and reschedule the surgery.
  • When coming in for the surgery, please do not wear any jewellery or make-up.
  • Before entering the operating room, please remove any loose dentures, piercings and contact lenses.
  • After day surgery with anaesthesia, avoid driving vehicles and working with moving mechanisms for 24 hours. Be sure to have someone accompany you when you leave the hospital.
  • After surgeries with general anaesthesia, patients should avoid eating for 5 hours. After abdominal surgeries, no food is served on the same day. The hospital does not offer catering for day surgery patients.

There is a cafeteria on the first floor of the hospital, which is open from 9:00 to 16:00.

General rules

  • When visiting the hospital, please follow our hospital rules.
  • The hospital is not responsible for the security of clothing and valuables kept in the ward. At the patient’s request, valuables and cash can be stored in a safe deposit box. When going into surgery, the ward’s door can be locked (ask for a key from the nurse on duty).
  • Accompanying persons may stay at the hospital overnight if there are beds available.
  • Please do not use the adjacent free bed (take things, lie down). If you need linens, towels or other items, please ask the staff.
  • Accompanying persons are not allowed to stay in an intensive care ward (unless they accompany children under 15 years of age).
  • Patients and accompanying persons are asked to keep hospital rooms clean and in order and avoid disturbing other patients.
  • Please use all hospital property prudently.
  • In the event of an emergency, please follow the instructions given by the staff.
  • Consumption and storage of alcoholic beverages and narcotic substances is strictly prohibited.
  • The hospital is guided by the principle of a smoke-free hospital. Smoking is only allowed in appropriately marked smoking areas and prohibited in all other locations.
  • Please put paper (including hand towels) and other waste in bins, not in the toilet.
  • Inform your visitors about the rules of the hospital. Ask the department nurse or visit the hospital’s website fertilitas.ee for information about the visiting hours.
  • When leaving the department, please inform the ward nurse.
  • We are very grateful for any observations and suggestions! The book of statements and proposals can be found at the nurses’ station.

 

The patient’s reminder

  • 6:30–8:00 Nurse’s visit (body temperature measurement, blood pressure and heart rate measurement), administration of medications, and collection of blood samples.
  • 8:15–9:00 Breakfast – food is served in the ward.
  • 9:00–14:30 Nurse’s and physician’s visits. Wound dressing, tests, and procedures are performed.
  • 13:00–13:30 Lunch – food is served in the ward.
  • 14:00–19:00 Visiting hours.
  • 17:30–18:30 Dinner – food is served in the ward.
  • 21:00–22:00 Nurse’s visit (body temperature measurement, blood pressure and heart rate measurement), preparations for the following day’s procedures and surgeries, etc.
  • 23:00–6:00 Quiet hours.

 

Name and signature of the representative of AS Fertilitas …………………………………………………………………..

Date ………………………………………………….

Name and signature of the patient ………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Date ………………………………………………….

 

For information on visiting patients, see here.

We are very grateful for any observations and suggestions! Please feel free to use the feedback section on our website or ask for a paper feedback form at the nurses’ station and registration desk!