From scheduling your consultation to seamless check-ins and completing admission formalities, receive support at every stage for a hassle-free experience
Artemis Cardiac Care understands your need for comprehensive care without any unnecessary delays. Our admission process of simple, straightforward, and without any unnecessary delays. Rest assured that you will be helped by our staff from the moment you step into the facility until you walk out fit and fine!
If you are in need of consultation or want to make an appointment, you can do so from our official website to make the process faster and more efficient.
Here is a glimpse of the admission process at Artemis Cardiac Care:
Referral or Admission Request
It all starts with online booking of an appointment or a referral from a primary care physician, specialist, or emergency department. The facility may also receive a request for admission from you or your family members. Such referral or request typically includes the patient’s medical history, current symptoms, and any other relevant information that will help the hospital staff determine the appropriate course of treatment.
On-premise Medical Evaluation
Once our facility receives the referral or admission request, you will undergo a medical evaluation once you visit the premise. This evaluation may include a physical examination, blood tests, imaging studies (such as an echocardiogram or stress test), and other diagnostic tests according to your health condition and symptoms. The medical evaluation is designed to identify your current health status, any underlying medical conditions, and the severity of your cardiac condition.
Consultation With Our Cardiologist
If you are suspected to have a cardiac condition, you will be referred to one of our esteemed cardiologists for further evaluation and treatment. The cardiologist will review your medical history and test results and determine the appropriate course of treatment. Depending on the severity of your condition and the examination they conduct, the cardiologist may recommend the best medications, procedures, or surgery to put you on the road to recovery!
Consent And Admission Forms
You can rest assured that we will not bother you with tedious paperwork before you are in safe hands! After you have been evaluated and diagnosed with a cardiac condition, you will be asked to sign consent forms for treatment and admission to Artemis Cardiac Care. Our trained, cordial, and cooperative hospital staff will explain the treatment plan and answer any questions you or your family members may have. These consent forms will provide the hospital staff with permission to administer treatment and perform any necessary procedures.
Before you are admitted to the hospital, you may need to undergo further testing to determine your overall health status and any potential risks associated with the treatment plan. This testing may include blood tests, electrocardiograms (ECGs), chest X-rays, and other diagnostic tests. The pre-admission testing is designed to ensure that the patient is physically able to undergo the recommended treatment plan.
All diagnostic tests at all our facilities are performed using state-of-the-art modern equipment, prioritizing your cardiac health over everything else!
Once all the necessary evaluations and testing have been completed, you will be officially admitted to the hospital. Our hospital staff will escort you to your room and provide you with the necessary instructions on what to expect during your stay with us. They will also review your treatment plan with you and your family member to ensure that everyone understands the state of affairs.
Treatment And Monitoring
During your stay at Artemis Cardiac Care, you will receive holistic and personalized treatment for your cardiac condition, which may include medications, procedures, and/or surgery. Rest assured that you will be closely monitored by our skilled and experienced hospital staff to ensure that your condition is improving and that there are no complications. These monitoring procedures may involve blood tests, ECGs, and other diagnostic tests to ensure that the treatment plan is working effectively.