1. To receive health care according to their illness and the possibilities of the center, without suffering discrimination based on age, sex, ideology, religion or socioeconomic status.
2. It also has the right to respect for personality, human dignity and privacy, without distinction of creeds.
3. Namely, at all times what is their status, and to receive comprehensible information on the diagnosis, treatment, prognosis and evolution of the disease, as well as to know the different therapeutic alternatives and the nature of the risk that each one of them could imply . This right is guaranteed by the doctor responsible for your assistance.
4. To know the name and professional status of the persons in charge of their assistance, and also to know the person or persons to whom they can direct questions, or to present complaints about matters that are not strictly medical.
5. To respect the confidentiality of the data referring to your health, and in particular, of all the information related to your process and your stay in the hospital.
6. To preserve the privacy of your body.
7. To inform the people to whom you are related to the extent that you allow it. If you do not want information to be provided to a close relative, you should let your doctor know.
8. To be informed of the use, where appropriate, in teaching or research projects of the diagnostic and therapeutic processes that are applied, which in no case may entail additional danger to their health. In any case, your written consent will be requested.
9. To decide freely before the options presented by the medical officer in your case, except:
When you are not qualified for it, in which case a relative or close friend will take charge.
When the urgency of the case does not admit delays that could cause irreversible injuries or entail risk of death.
Non-intervention poses a risk to public health.
There is an express legal mandate.
10. To refuse the prescribed treatment and to revoke the informed consent, except in the cases described above, and must be recorded in the clinical record.
11. To state in writing the instructions to be taken into account, when in a situation where the circumstances do not allow him to express his will personally.
12. To receive documentary information about the entire process of your illness, to receive the discharge report at the end of your stay at the center and to present the suggestions and claims that you think appropriate about the operation of the center, directly to the Patient Care staff.