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This section has useful and practical information if you are attending Alorf Hospital as an Outpatient.
Please use the links below to view your relevant information:
Before your appointment
To make your hospital experience more easier and comfortable, it is best if you arrange for an appointment. Patients having an appointment will be seen first before any walk-in patients. You will be given an appointment reminder phone call a day
If you want to see a physician in the Outpatient Department (OPD) at Alorf Hospital, we accept walk-in patients. Present yourself to the Reception Area of the clinic of your choice and the receptionists will assist you in making your doctor&r
After your initial check with the OPD Physician, you will be given your next appointment at the Reception Area of the clinic of your choice as per the Doctor’s advice/request.
You are advised to arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. If you are more than 15 minutes late for your appointment, you will be rescheduled for another day. This protects all appointment times for other patients. This also ens
What should I bring?
The following documents need to be brought to your appointment, if you do not have these it is likely that your appointment will need to be rescheduled.
New patients need to bring:
- Civil ID
When you arrive
Upon arrival at the Outpatient Department you will be directed to the designated Reception Area of your clinic appointment. Before your appointment you will be asked for your appointment card and Civil ID/other identification papers, and payment
Preparation for laboratory tests
Required laboratory investigations will be ordered by the Physician and signed laboratory forms and specific instructions will be given by the assigned Nurse.
Preparation for CT scan
Depending on which part of your body is being scanned, you may need to fast for a period of time beforehand. You will be informed before your appointment whether a period of fasting is required. On arrival at the hospital, please report to the CT
Preparation for MRI scan
Report to the MRI department on your scheduled appointment time; the following information should help you to prepare for the procedure:
- Depending on which part of your body is being scanned, you may be asked to wear a hospi
Preparation for Gastroscopy
You and your family will be provided with information regarding any preparations required before your Gastroscopy. This will include the date, time of procedure and specific type of preparation. Patients are required to settle their bills before
Preparation for mammography
No special preparation is required for this procedure. Patients are required to settle their bills before the performance of this procedure.
Preparation for any other medical exams or procedures
You will be advised of any preparation necessary for other tests which are available by your attending Physician. These preparations will depend on the required procedure or medical examination.
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After your appointment
If you require a follow up appointment, this can be arranged immediately in the Reception Area of the clinic of your choice.
You will be provided with any medications you need before you leave the hospital. Prescript
Visiting the pharmacy
The Pharmacy is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Payment should be made at the cash counter in the pharmacy. After payment, please present your receipt to the pharmacy medication dispensing counter and collect you
Comments, suggestions or complaints
Patient Suggestion Boxes are available with regards to making suggestions, comments or complaints. They are located at all entrances of the hospital and all strategic areas of the hospital such as the wards or the Outpatient Department. If you ha