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OVERSEAS REFERRAL

Overseas Patients

With the combination of great clinical success rates and superior technology, Asian Institute of Gastroenterology is geared up to provide world class healthcare in Gastroenterology. To take care of the needs of International patients, to look after their stay and to make them feel at home, Asian Institute of Gastroenterology has set up a special division which consists Guest Relations Executives, specially trained Nurses and the translators. Company guest relations persons themselves go to the airport to receive patients at any hour.

For any other assistance you may please
Contact : Mr. Satya on 0091 9849045567 or
E-mail: u.satya@aighospitals.com

Bring the Following with you

Your fitness certificate for Air Travel (if medically warranted)
Copy/originals of all medical reports and medication details
CD copies of any scans like MRI/CT/ECHO
Any referral notes from your doctor

Hospital Admission process

If the admission is advised by the faculty of Asian Institute of Gastroenterology, the attendants are requested to approach the Admission Desk for admission process.

If the patient himself wants to get admitted or advised by any consultant other than the institute consultant, you need to approach the Help Desk where you will be registered as an Out Patient and seen by the Institutes consultant. After thorough examination of the patient, if the consultant feels the admission is much required you will be directed to see the Admission Desk for further process.

During the admission process, you will be asked for a copy of insurance card of the patient and other personal information of the patient. You will be asked to sign the Conditions of Admission form. This is your authorization for medical and/or surgical treatment. If you are having surgery, you will also be asked to sign a special consent for your surgery and the administration of anesthetics. If you are a parent for a minor or a legal guardian, you must sign these consent forms. One attendant can also stay along with patient in the wards.

The patient will be admitted to a certain level of care in the hospital depends on his illness. He may be upgraded or downgraded from a unit or a floor at any time as suggested by the in charge consultant. That is, you may be transferred to a higher or lower level of care, depending on your medical needs.

Following admission, you will receive a comprehensive initial assessment by your ward nurse and by the consultant in charge of your ward. This includes a physical, psychological, social, and functional evaluation. This information helps us identify and prioritize your treatment plan.