Patient Rights

Anyone who applies to a health care facility to receive health care;

• General utilization of services: to benefit from health promotion activities and preventive health services within the framework of the principles of fairness and fairness,
• Access to services in equality: To receive services without taking into account race, language, religion and sect, gender, political thought, philosophical belief and economic and social conditions,
• Informing: To learn all kinds of services and facilities,
• Selecting and changing the organization: Selecting and changing the health institution and taking advantage of the health services provided at the health institution it has selected,
• Recognition, selection and modification of personnel: To learn, select and change the identities, duties and titles of physicians and other personnel who provide and provide health services,
• Request information: To request all kinds of information related to health status orally and in writing,
• Privacy: To provide all kinds of health services in an environment suitable for privacy,
• Consent and consent: to obtain consent in medical interventions and to benefit from the service within the framework of consent;
• Rejection and stopping: Rejecting treatment and requesting stopping,
• Security: To take health care in a safe environment,
• To fulfill their religious duties: To fulfill their religious obligations within the framework of the facilities and the measures taken by the administrations.
• Respectability: Respect, care and caring, friendly, gentle, compassionate health care,
• Comfort: All kinds of hygienic conditions are provided, all noise and disturbing factors are taken to provide health care in an environment
• Visit: Receiving visitors in accordance with the procedures and principles set by the institutions and organizations,
• Accompanying a companion: To request a companion to the extent that the legislation is appropriate to the health institutions and organizations and in the event that the physician considers it appropriate,
• Right of application, complaint and right to claim: In case of violation of their rights, to use all kinds of applications, complaints and litigation rights within the framework of the legislation,
• Continuous service: as long as necessary, to benefit from health services,
• Expression of thoughts: To express their thoughts about the services provided,


* For detailed information, please refer to the Official Gazette dated 01.08.1998.


A. General Responsibilities
1. People should do their utmost to pay attention to their own health and follow the advice given for a healthy life.
2. A person can donate blood or donate organ if appropriate.
3. In simple cases, people should perform their care.

B. Social Security Status
1. Patient; it has to inform timely the changes in health, social security and personal information.
2. Patient; The health certificate (such as Bağ-Kur, Green Card) must have a visa on time.

C. Informing Health Workers
In 1.Has; he / she should give complete, complete complaints about his / her complaints, previous diseases, any treatment in hospital, and the medications and health information he / she currently uses.

D. Compliance with Hospital Rules
1. Patient; apply the rules and practices of the health institution that it applies to.
2. The patient must comply with the referral chain determined by the Ministry of Health and other social security institutions.
3. The patient; treatment, care and rehabilitation process.
4. Patient; If he / she benefits from a health facility serving an appointment, he / she has to comply with the date and time of the appointment and notify the change.
5. Patient; respect the rights of hospital staff, other patients and visitors.
6. Patient; have to meet the damages of hospital supplies.

Adherence to Recommendations for the Treatment of E.
1. Patient; he / she should listen carefully to the recommendations about the treatment and medications and to ask where he / she cannot understand.
2. The patient; In case of failure to comply with the recommendations regarding the treatment, the health care professional must be informed.
3. He / she should state whether he / she understands correctly the health care and post-discharge care plan as expected.
4. Patient; it is responsible for the consequences of refusing the treatment or non-compliance with the recommendations.