About obstetrical ward
We offer comprehensive care during pregnancy as well as the birth in family-friendly and comfortable conditions. We care for patients already at a stage of pregnancy planning – our specialists perform thorough examinations and if needed, they select comprehensive supplementation and implement appropriate pharmacological treatment. W conduct comprehensive pre-natal diagnostics which aims at detection of any congenital defects (including genetic defects) while the fetus is still in the mother’s womb and is based on the ultrasound examination and biochemical tests of the mother’s blood.
We use 3G and 4D ultrasound equipment, owing to which we can very precisely diagnose and confirm early detection of pregnancy as well as rule out any pathological conditions of the fetus. We conduct a widespread pre-natal education such as the birthing school. In the obstetrical and gynecological ward, we offer a safe and stress-free performance of C-section for pregnant or birthing women. Each birthing woman can rely on a presence of a person chosen by her, contact with her baby directly after birth, assistance, support, motherhood-related education and counselling. We offer cozy atmosphere, providing intimacy and respect for dignity which the patients particularly appreciate.
Planning the pregnancy – Planned pregnancy is successful pregnancy
Birth of a baby is one of the most important events in a woman’s life, however, not only a birth but pregnancy itself is an exceptional time for her. We offer comprehensive pre-natal care which is characterized by care and gentleness.
We care for our patients already at the pregnancy planning stage – our specialists conduct thorough examinations and if needed, nasi they select comprehensive supplementation and implement appropriate pharmacological treatment. We conduct comprehensive pre-natal diagnostics, which aims at detection of any congenital effects (including genetic defects) already in the mother’s womb and is based on performance of ultrasound examination and biochemical tests from a mother’s blood. We use 3G and 4D ultrasound equipment, owing to which we can very precisely diagnose and confirm early detection of pregnancy as well as to rule out fetal pathological conditions, if any. We also offer conducting biochemical tests of double and triple test type (hCG, estradiol, alfa-fetoprotein). Additionally, we conduct genetic tests allowing for ruling out in 99% of genetic defects of trisomy 21 type (Down syndrome).
WE invite out Patients to take advantage of a special package dedicated to all women planning maternity. The package will check a general condition of an organism, providing security for a future mother and an unborn infant.
- gynecologists’s consultation with ultrasound examination
- internist’s consultation
- endocrynologist’s consultation with ultrasound examination
- midwife’s consultation
- psychologist’s consultation
Birthing school – thinking about future parents
In our hospital you can prepare for this important moment such a birth of a baby and care for a newborn. Classes are conducted by a qualified personnel and meetings are held in small groups.
Your baby deserves everything what is best, this is why do not deprive your baby of additional care we offer in our school to all future parents and their baby. Thanks to our birthing school you will have nice memories of the entire period of pregnancy and the very moment of birth. Classes are held in small groups with maximum 10 persons and cozy atmosphere allows for unrestricted posing of even very intimate questions. Classes are held on weekdays, on Wednesdays at 6 pm. The schedule assumes six meetings of 2 hours’ duration. Meetings are conducted in a form of lectures, talks, rehabilitation classes and workshops. We invite pregnant women and pregnant women with accompanying persons.
Plan of classes
- MODULE I – PREPARATION FOR PREGNANCY
- Physical changes during pregnancy (doctor)
- Course and monitoring of pregnancy (Diagnostic tests during pregnancy – blood/ urine tests, SANCO tests, ultrasound examinations, KTG, gynecological examination (doctor)
- Discomforts during pregnancy and how to deal with them. Diet during pregnancy (midwife)
- MODULE II – PRENATAL CARE
- Optimal positions and physical activity during pregnancy – general development exercises reducing discomforts during pregnancy, e.g. spine problems, swelling (physiotherapist)
- Mental changes during pregnancy (psychologist)
- Physical preparation of a pregnant woman and vertical positions during birth – exercises preparing for active birth (physiotherapist)
- MODULE III – PREPARATION FOR BIRTH
- Symptoms indicating that the birth is imminent – breaking of the waters, when to go to a hospital, hospital procedures (midwife)
- Preparation for hospital – what to take, how to prepare (midwife)
- Course of physiological birth – phases of birth, technique of breathing and pushing, techniques of relaxation, methods of pain management (midwife)
- Cesarean section- its course, preparation, caring for a wound (doctor)
- MODULE IV – POST-NATAL PERIOD
- Course of the post-natal period, related discomforts and related care (midwife)
- Recovery during the post-natal period – care after birth, hygiene during post-natal period (midwife)
- Breast-feeding – advantages, techniques, diet of a breastfeeding mother, problems with lactation and how to deal with them (midwife)
- Exercises during post-natal period (physiotherapist)
- Mental changes during post-natal period (psychologist)
- MODULE V – CARE FOR A NEWBORN
- Characteristics of a newborn (midwife)
- Care for a baby at home – first bath, caring for a navel, changing diapers, basic set of clothes, father’s role in caring for a newborn (midwife)
- Care for a newborn in a hospital – diagnostic examinations, vaccinations, hearing test, screening tests, level of bilirubin (pediatrician)
- Problems of neonatal period – jaundice, inflammation of the area of navel, vomiting and spitting up, abdominal cramps, symptoms giving reason for anxiety (pediatrician)
- MODULE VI – FIRST AID FOR A NEWBORN
- First aid for a newborn- pediatrician
Price: Total amount for participation in classes amounts to PLN 370 per a couple. Additionally, there is a possibility to buy an individual purchase of one of the modules – price PLN 250 per a couple.
Obstetrical care – prepare for welcoming your baby
During this great event, such as a period of pregnancy and birth, you would surely like to have mental support. Individual midwife will be a sister soul for you in this time, caring and understanding, who will support you in difficult moments and will answer all perplexing questions.
A choice of an individual midwife influences intimacy and partnership in this relationship, what is frequently very important for future moms due to a fact that they can have guaranteed help from a person who they trust. We offer to all future moms a possibility to take advantage of paid, individual care of a midwife for the entire duration of pregnancy and immediately after birth. Personalized perinatal service includes:
- pre-natal care, including consultations in a scope of preparation for birth, instructions and explanations concerning a course of birth, breastfeeding, caring for a newborn, post-natal recovery (10 consultative and educational meetings with a midwife, held in the Hospital na Klinach)
- post-natal care, including consultations in a scope of health problems and questions appearing after discharge of a mother and child home (3 home visits of a midwife – min. 2h/each visit)
Price of a package: PLN 1 200
Private birth – enjoy this moment in warm, cozy rooms with home atmosphere
Secure for yourself peace of mind, comfort and possibility of rest with a newborn baby, accompanied by a partner or other person close to you, and at the same time safety under discrete supervision of a medical team.
Equipment of the Hospital na Klinach provides a possibility of a safe and stress-free performance of a cesarean section in pregnant or birthing women. Close cooperation of doctors with various specializations (obstetrician, neonatologist and anesthesiologists) enables for obtaining maximum safety both for a birthing woman and a newborn baby. Each birthing room is equipped with a system for monitoring of life parameters such as: ECG, SO2, blood pressure monitoring as well as enabling for intra-natal fetal heart rate in a telemetric system.
Location of panels above birthing beds provides continuous access to medical gases, what increases security of birth. Between rooms there is a resuscitation neonatological room with an incubator and a CPR unit assisting a newborn’s breath in case of adaptation difficulties. A room for birthing ward staff is located next to birthing rooms, what allows for quick intervention in case of any risk to a woman or an infant. A future mom can see her baby directly during a procedure and start the first visual contact and touch. The patients’ rooms in the obstetrical ward are single or double, fully air-conditioned, equipped with electrically controlled beds, above bed panels, nurse call systems, TV and WiFi. Each room also has a corner for care for a newborn, equipped with, among other things, a bathtub for bathing a baby. Next to each room there is an elegant bathroom with a shower. As a part of program „room for a family” we make it possible to rent one room for a mom, dad and a newborn baby. Reception and the staff room were located in the central part of a ward to provide quick reaction in case of summoning personnel by a patient. The patients also can use articles of personal hygiene, baby clothes, which are provided at a patient’s request.
Care for a newborn – find answers to the most frequently asked questions connected with caring for a newborn.
Care for a newborn may originally bring new parents quite many problems, and after the baby’s birth many questions appear.
In order to avoid unnecessary stress, it is worth taking advantage of help from an experienced midwife and pediatrician’s consultation. If you have just become a lucky parent, you must take advantage of reliable help. Below you will find a program, thanks to which you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions related to baby care and also you can see to your baby’s health.
- 3 home visits (min. 2h/each visit)
- pediatrician’s consultations
- Ultrasound examination of hip joints and fontanelle
Price of a package: PLN 1 000
Physiotherapy for pregnant women – appropriately selected physiotherapy for all future moms
Program of physiotherapy for pregnant women:
- discussion of physiological changes in a body of a pregnant woman from a physiotherapist’s point of view –
- discussion of physical activity in pregnancy (selection of appropriate physical activity in pregnancy) and prevention in pregnancy and after birth (correct body posture, learning of suitable habits)
- conducting general fitness and special exercises – exercises for women and for pairs-
- learning of active relaxation and correct way of breathing – exercises
- exercises of active birthing positions using balls and sako bags
- preparation of a crotch for birth – prevention of rupture or incision of a crotch and selection of an appropriate set of exercises for pelvic floor muscles
- methods of dealing with pains of the spine, interpubic joint, sacroiliac joints, as well as with swelling of upper and lower limbs
- manual therapy, kinesiology taping (assisting of treatment for pain and assisting lactation after birth)
- learning to deal with birthing pain, massage, practical exercises (non-pharmacological methods)
- discussion of early rehabilitation after natural birth and after cesarean section (how to take care of the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles after birth, how to recover safely)
- a set of exercises for the first days after birth
- learning of early mental and mobile stimulation of a baby.
During exercises we also draw attention to other aspects of urogynecological physiotherapy, such as: urinary stress incontinence, urinary urgency, overreactive bladder, lowering of organs of pelvis minor, as well as pain during intercourse, pain of a scar after crotch incision or lack of orgasm.
Exercises will be conducted in a group of up to 5 persons. Also accompanying persons can participate. Exercises will be held on Tuesdays, starting from 5 pm. (3 meetings lasting 2 hours each)
Price – price of a package PLN 320. There is a possibility to buy one module from a package, for individual work with a patient – Price of one module – PLN 200.
Warsztaty psychologiczne dla kobiet w ciąży – przygotuj się na okres wielkich zmian
W trakcie ciąży zmienia się nie tylko ciało kobiety ale również jej funkcjonowanie hormonalne, psychiczne oraz relacje z otoczeniem. Pamiętaj, że ciąża to nie tylko potrzeba wizyty u lekarza ginekologa, ale także zadbanie o potrzeby w sferze emocjonalnej. Na tych warsztatach dowiesz się:
- jak rozumieć siebie w zmieniającej się sytuacji fizycznej i psychicznej
- jak od nowa zdefiniować i przebudować relacje z partnerem (w związku z nową sytuacją, jaką jest ciąża)
- jak wspierać swoje dziecko w rozwoju już od pierwszych momentów (okresu prenatalnego)
Na warsztatach będziemy mówić również o tym, że istnieją narzędzia i metody, które już w trakcie ciąży mogą pomóc przewidzieć, czy depresja poporodowa/ problemy adaptacyjne wystąpią u przyszłej mamy.
Na spotkaniach będą poruszane następujące tematy:
- Lęk przed porodem
- Przygotowanie do roli rodzica
- Prewencja okołoporodowych zaburzeń lękowych i afektywnych
- Wspieranie pozytywnego doświadczenia porodu
- Wspieranie poczucia sprawstwa i kontroli
RELACJE MIĘDZY PARTNERAMI
- Wspieranie pozytywnych postaw wobec partnera (zwiększenie poziomu odbieranego wsparcia
- Percepcja własnej atrakcyjności seksualnej
- Umiejętne rozwiązywanie konfliktów
BUDOWANIE WIĘZI Z DZIECKIEM
- Budowanie poczucia bezpieczeństwa
- Nawiązywanie relacji
STYMULOWANIE ROZWOJU DZIECKA
- Wykorzystanie umiejętności dziecka do stymulacji jego rozwoju
Warsztaty będą trwały przez 4 tygodnie a spotkania będą odbywać się 1 raz w tygodniu po 2 godziny. Spotkania są dedykowane dla kobiet w ciąży i ich partnerów. W małych grupach ( max 5 mam) odbywać się będą we wtorki od godziny 17.00.
Cena: łączna kwota za uczestnictwo w zajęciach wynosi 300 zł za parę. Jeżeli jesteście Państwo szczególnie zainteresowani wybraną tematyką, możecie Państwo wykupić indywidualny pojedynczy moduł również w godzinach dopołudniowych w cenie 250 zł.
Oddział Kliniczny Ginekologii i Położnictwa Szpitala na Klinach
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Pozostali lekarze ginekolodzy przyjmujący w Szpitalu na Klinach
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Anna Golka – Leszczyńska
For the patient
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF HOSPITALISATION
Szpital na Klinach was designed with focus on providing our patients with comprehensive care in a friendly environment and loving atmosphere while maintaining medical safety.
PATIENTS’ ROOMS AT THE SURGERY DEPARTMENT
All spaces intended for patients’ use are characterised by a high quality of interior furnishing, ergonomic approach and aesthetic design. With comfortable, single and double rooms at Szpital na Klinach patients are provided with appropriate rest after the medical procedures and opportunity to overcome the stress related to hospitalisation. Each room is has a TV and WiFi access as well as individual paging systems.
PATIENTS’ ROOMS AT THE GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS DEPARTMENT
Patients’ rooms at the obstetrics department single and double rooms, fully air-conditioned, equipped with electric beds, bed head units, paging systems, TV and WiFi. Each room also has a designated neonatal care corner equipped with e.g. a baby bath. At each ward there is an exclusive bathroom with a shower. Under the ‘Room for Family’ scheme one room can be hired for the mum, dad and neonate.
OPERATING ROOMS AND SURGICAL TECHNIQUES USED
The safety of the patients undergoing surgical procedures and operations is guaranteed by one of the most modern operating theatres in the Małopolska Region with two fully equipped operating rooms intended for separate types of surgical procedures. The operating rooms have been constructed using highly antiseptic materials in order to minimise the risk of hospital infections.
Delivery rooms at Szpital na Klinach are equipped with comfortable beds supplied by Vivipar GmbH which enable choice of any delivery position. Women in labour also have at their disposal an armchair, a ball and special support handles. The equipment enables the woman in labour to behave spontaneously and assume the most comfortable delivery position. At every delivery room there is an exclusive, intimate bathroom with a shower and bidet. The reception and the nurses station are located in the central part of the department in order to ensure quick responses to patient calls for assistance. There is a coffee shop with a TV for visitors at the department.
Szpital na Klinach provides its patients with three full meals a day. The meals are designed by a dietician in accordance with the generally accepted nutrition standards. The standards used ensure that patients get nutritious and tasty food while patients who require an individual approach get meals compliant with a particular diet or recommendations of the attending physician.
There is a free car park for the patients and their guests available within the hospital premises.
Patient safety is ensured by a modern surveillance system which also enables the staff to have full control of the course of treatment.
CLEANLINESS AND ORDER
Cleanliness, order and hygiene are extremely important issues at our hospital; therefore, the medical staff and the auxiliary personnel take special care of hygiene and the immaculate cleanliness of all hospital spaces.
PERSONAL BELONGINGS AND VALUABLES
Patients can hand in their personal belongings and valuables for safekeeping at the hospital. The hospital shall not be held responsible for the loss of any valuables that have not been taken into safe custody.
1. Rights to medical service
Patients have rights to medical services provided with due care and in compliance with the requirements of the current state of medical knowledge. Medical professionals should provide such services in compliance with the principles of professional conduct and ethical considerations. In medical emergency situations patients have the right to obtain immediate medical attention. In the case of delivery, the woman in labour has the right to obtain immediate medical attention related to her condition.
Patients have the right to demand that the physician providing medical services consult another doctor or convene a consultation meeting with other specialists. A note on such a demand should be included in the medical documentation. The physician can refuse if they find the demand unfounded. If this is the case, they will be obliged to make a note about the refusal in the documentation. The above rules are also applicable to nurses and midwives.
2. Right to information
Each patient has the right to obtain clear information concerning their health status from the physician. The physician should provide the patient with information on their diagnosis, proposed and possible diagnostic and therapeutic methods as well as predictable consequences of the particular activities or omissions, also on the treatment outcome and prognosis. If the patient does not want to be informed about all or some of the facts concerning their health status, they have the right to demand that the physician not provide such information. The patient has the right to indicate a person or persons to whom the physician will provide all information about their health status and treatment.
3. Right to give consent to provision of health care services
After obtaining all information from the physician concerning the health status and proposed treatment, the patient has the right to grant consent to provision of specific health care services or to refuse such consent. With respect to a surgical procedure or application of diagnostic or therapeutic method that involves an increased risk, the consent must be given in writing. In any other situation, the consent or refusal to give consent can be conveyed orally by the patient. An examination or other health care service can only be made or provided without the patient’s consent if the patient is in a medical emergency.
4. Right to confidentiality of information
Medical professionals are obliged to keep confidential all information concerning the patient and their health status obtained in connection with the provision of their professional services. The patient may, however, grant consent to disclosure of such information. Medical professionals also remain bound by professional secrecy after the patient’s death. A physician or other health care professional may only disclose information related to the patient without their consent if:
- there is a need to provide necessary information related to the provision of health care services to other medical professionals involved in providing such services;
- non-disclosure of information may pose a threat to the patient’s or other persons’ health of life;
- it is required by law;
- such information is obtained for purposes related to proceedings before the provincial arbitration commission for medical matters.
5. Right access to medical documentation
Each patient has the right to have access to their medical documentation, i.e. all documents concerning their health status and health care services provided to them. The documentation may be made available:
- for inspection at the seat of the provider of the health care services; this is also applicable to relevant databases;
- by producing payable extracts, duplicates or copies;
- by providing the original against acknowledgment of receipt and with the reservation that the document must be returned. Providers of medical services are under obligation to make documents available also to a person authorised by the patient. The provider is entitled to charge a fee for granting access to medical documentation.
The rate of the fee for providing access to medical documentation is variable; it is established based on the average salary in the previous quarter as announced by the President of the Central Statistical Office in the Official Journal of the Republic of Poland ‘Monitor Polski’ pursuant to art. 20(2) of the Act of 17th December 1998 on Pensions from the Social Insurance Fund (Journal of Laws of 2016, item 887 as amended) beginning with the first day of the month in which the announcement was made.
6. Right to respect, privacy and dignity
Health care services should be provided with respect for patients’ privacy and dignity. The right to be treated with respect for privacy and dignity also includes the right to die in peace and dignity. Terminally ill patients have the right to receive treatment that ensures relief of pain and suffering. Patients have the right to be accompanied by a loved one, e.g. a spouse or cohabitant, a relative or any other person indicated by the patient. Parents are entitled to be present when health care services are provided to their children. The medical staff may only refuse to admit a family member or other loved one in the event of a risk of epidemic or due to the parent’s health safety. Such a refusal must be recorded in the medical documentation.
7. Right to respect for private and family life
During hospitalisation the patients have the right to contact other persons, either personally, by phone or through correspondence. Patients are also entitled to additional nursing care, i.e. care which does not consist in provision of health service, which includes nursing care of patients during pregnancy, childbirth and the postnatal period. This means e.g. that a patient can be accompanied during childbirth or that parents can stay together with their child during their hospitalisation. If taking advantage of this right involves costs that must be borne by the hospital, then the hospital may charge a compensation fee. The amount of such a fee is determined by the head of hospital taking account the actual expenditure incurred.
8. Patients’ right to pastoral care
During hospitalisation patients are entitled to have pastoral care. In the event of deterioration of a patient’s health or immediate danger to their life, the hospital is under obligation to enable the patient to contact appropriate religious minister.
9. Right to report adverse effects of medicinal products
Patients can report each adverse and nonintentional effect of a medicinal product to:
- a medical professional (e.g. a physician, nurse or pharmacist);
- the President of the Office for Registration of Medicinal Products, Medical Devices and Biocidal Products;
- the entity responsible for placing the medicinal product on the market. All information concerning the forms of reporting adverse effects of medicinal products is available online on: www.dzialanianiepozadane.urpl.gov.pl
10. Right to raise objection to a physician’s opinion or decision
Some opinions or decisions made by a physician may have an impact on patients’ rights and obligations under the applicable laws. Examples of such opinions or decisions include e.g. certificate on lack of contraindications to taking advantage of a particular type of health care service at a spa or certificate on occurrence of contraindications to the mandatory vaccinations. If a patient does not agree with the content of such a certificate and the appeal procedure with regard do such certificates is not regulated by other laws, the patients may file objection to the Medical Commission at the Bureau of the Commissioner for Patients’ Rights. The objection should be filed within 30 days of the date of issuance of the opinion or certificate by the physician assessing the patient’s health status. All practical information as well as examples of such opinions or certificates that can be objected to can be found on the website of the Commissioner for Patients’ Rights (Patient Ombudsman) www.bpp.gov.pl under ‘Patient – you have a right to appeal against a doctor’s opinion’.
11. Right to hand in your valuables for safekeeping
The hospital is obliged to provide patients with the possibility of handing in their valuable for safekeeping free of charge.
Whenever you think that your rights are not properly respected, contact the Commissioner for Patients’ Rights through the free helpline 800 190 590.
Charter of Patients’ Rights – download here.
The patient is most important to us. For your convenience we gathered all important information in one place – so you are welcome to familiarise yourself with the section For the patient.
Assessment of patients’ fitness for hospital treatment at Szpital na Klinach is made by specialty doctors at the following outpatient clinics:
- Surgery Clinic (general, vascular, plastic and spinal surgery; surgical oncology)
- Orthopaedics Clinic
- Gynaecology Clinic
- Urology Clinic
Appointments for assessment consultations can be made by phone at (+48) 12 267 40 64, Monday to Friday between 8 am and 8 pm and Saturday between 9 am and 12.
Tests ordered by the attending physician should be made not later than one week before the scheduled date of surgery, on an empty stomach, at Szpital na Klinach, Monday to Friday between 8 pm and 5 pm. The results of the tests performed at Szpital na Klinach will be prepared on the day of admission.
- TIME OF ADMISSION
You will be informed about the exact time of admission to hospital by phone by a receptionist. Usually, the information concerning the fixed date and time of admission is provided on the day preceding the date of surgery (in the afternoon).
Please report to reception desk at Szpital na Klinach, at the main entrance on the ground floor at the appointed time. Admissions are handled according to the schedule.
- REQUIRED DOCUMENTS (lack of these documents may prevent admission to hospital)
- ID card or passport
- Test or consultation results
- Discharge summaries from previous hospitalisations
- RECOMMENDATIONS CONCERNING PREPARATION FOR SURGERY:
- Last meal or drink before the planned surgery:
- not later than 6 hours before the planned surgery: a light meal (if the admission is in the morning, please come with an empty stomach)
- not later than 4 hours: last drink, still and clear, not milk.
- In the morning on the day of surgery the patient should take their medicines as prescribed by the doctor and wash them down with a small amount of water
- Anticoagulants (e.g. Acenocoumarol, Sintrom, Warfarin, Clopidogrel, Ticlopidine, Aspirin and its preparations, e.g. Acard, Polocard and Bestpirin) – the patient should follow the doctor’s pre-operative instructions
- Diabetic patients should follow their individual instructions
- Patients should take with them the medicines they normally take (in original packaging and an amount corresponding to the planned duration of hospitalisation)
- Personal preparation: have a bath or shower and change underwear on the day of surgery (remove make-up and jewellery)
- Bring with you your toiletries, two towels, pyjamas, slippers and all medicines you are currently taking
- You are advised to leave your valuables at home
- If you need a sick leave certificate, tell your attending physician and provide them with your personal details, i.e. the ID-no. (PESEL), tax-ID no. (NIP) and address as well as the name and NIP number of your EMPLOYER.
- Last meal or drink before the planned surgery:
If you have any doubts, please feel free to contact us. If you are unable to arrive at the hospital (e.g. due to sudden illness), it is vital that you inform the receptionist.
(+48) 12 262 02 75
(+48) 12 267 40 67
- TIME OF ADMISSION
Payments for the surgery should be made, at the latest, on the day of surgery at the main reception desk at the hospital. Payments can be made by cash or payment card. If payment was made at an earlier date by a bank transfer, please provide a written confirmation of the transfer on the day of surgery.
The date of discharge will be determined by the attending physician taking into account the patient’s overall health status. On the day of discharge the patients receives 2 copies of discharge summary, results of the tests supplied to the hospital and post-operative instructions including recommendations concerning nutrition or rehabilitation; also, follow-up appointments are made. If you wish to obtain a sick leave certificate, please inform the discharging doctor. The final settlement is also made during the discharge procedure, i.e. payment for any extra procedures or a refund of any overpayment. Payments can be made by cash or payment card.