Your primary care physician is your first point of contact for preventive, acute, and chronic care. Your primary care physician manages all aspects of your general health care.
Surgical services include; use of operation room and recovery room, operative and cutting- procedures, treatment of fractures and dislocations, surgical dressings, and other medically necessary services. Surgical services under the direction of a qualified doctor of medicine or osteopathy.
Lab Services means services related to lab tests, including detailing information and specimen collection supplies for supported lab tests, lab test requisitioning and ordering, lab test specimen collection and accessioning, lab tests performed on specimens, recording of lab test results, delivery of lab test results ...
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Becoming a Patient
We’re Here to Care for You
Once you become a patient with us, you have access to leading-edge treatments and an entire team of medical specialists – all working together to provide you the most comprehensive care available.
We consider every one of our employees a “caregiver.” Our physicians, nurses, administrative staff, and volunteers are all guided by our commitment to delivery extraordinary care.
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We are committed to providing excellent care in the most personal, sympathetic, confidential and dignified manner possible.
We make every effort to be responsive to our patients’ and their families’ psychosocial, spiritual and cultural value concerns. We are dedicated to using our resources to help prevent illness, restore and maintain health, and provide support, pain management and comfort when death is inevitable.
We believe that a patient’s rights and responsibilities are an integral part of health care. We endorse the American Hospital Association’s “Patient’s Bill of Rights” which supports the rights and responsibilities of patients.
IMC wants you to know you have rights as a patient, including the right to make decisions about your health care.
Access to Care
You shall be provided impartial access to treatment or accommodations that are available and medically indicated, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, newborn status, handicap or source of payment. If you are disabled, you have the right to request modifications and accommodations of policies, procedures and practices in order to afford you any goods, services, facilities, privileges, accommodations and advantages as a non-disabled patient, unless provision of such modifications would:
1. Fundamentally alter an IMC program, services, goods, privileges, advantages or accommodations; or
2. Compromise patient care.
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