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1. General provisions. This Procedure (hereinafter referred to as the Procedure) establishes the rules for organizing the selection of a doctor by a patient in the Health Resort "Krasno". This Procedure is developed in accordance with
This Procedure regulates the relations that arise in the sanatorium when the patient chooses a doctor. This Procedure is approved by the director of the sanatorium.
2. The choice of the doctor by the patient.
2.1. Informing the patient about his / her right to choose a doctor
2.1.1. When providing medical care to a citizen under the program of state guarantees of free provision of medical care to citizens, he / she has the right to choose a doctor, taking into account the consent of the doctor.
2.1.2. In order to implement the patient's right to choose a doctor, information about the patient's right to choose a doctor, about the sanatorium's doctors, about their level of education and qualifications is posted on the information stands, on the official website, and on other information resources of the sanatorium in a form accessible to the patient.2.1.3. Information about doctors, their level of education and qualifications is also available in the reception hall of the sanatorium and is brought to the patient in a form accessible to him at his first request. Information about the doctors of the structural divisions is available; at each head of the department and is brought to the patient in an accessible form for him at his first request.
2.2. Exercise of the right to choose a doctor when receiving specialized medical care
2.2.1. If the patient immediately made the choice of the appropriate specialist doctor when prescribing specialized care, then in this case he is invited to issue an application addressed to the chief doctor of the sanatorium with the indication of the doctor who was chosen by the patient.
2.3.2. In the case of a patient's request to replace the attending physician when providing specialized medical care, the patient applies to the chief physician with a written application stating the reasons for replacing the attending physician.
2.3.3. The chief physician within three working days from the date of receipt of the application specified in paragraph
188.8.131.52. of this Order, informs the patient orally about the doctors of the relevant specialty working in the sanatorium.
2.3.4.Based on the information provided by the chief physician, the patient selects a doctor. The patient informs the chief physician in writing about the choice of a doctor.
2.3.5. After receiving the patient's written application for the choice of a doctor, the chief physician informs the doctor whose choice the patient made. If the doctor chosen by the patient does not refuse to observe and treat this patient and does not issue a corresponding application to the director of the sanatorium in the approved form, then it is considered that the doctor has agreed to the observation and treatment of this patient.
2.3.6. If the doctor selected by the patient, in a written application in accordance with the form approved by the director of the sanatorium, refused to monitor this patient and treat him, and the refusal does not directly threaten the life of the patient and the health of others, then the chief physician shall assist the patient in choosing another doctor in accordance with this Procedure.
2.3.7. In case of refusal of the attending physician in accordance with the current legislation to monitor the patient and treat the patient, the chief physician must arrange for the replacement of the attending physician.
3. Responsible persons and responsibility for the implementation of the patient's right to choose a doctor.
3.1.The chief physician of the sanatorium is the person responsible for exercising the right to choose a doctor in the sanatorium.
3.2. The person responsible for the implementation of the right to choose a doctor by the patient in the sanatorium:
3.3.The head of the specialized department of medical rehabilitation is responsible for organizing the patient's choice of a doctor when providing specialized medical care.
3.4. The doctor, whose choice was made by the patient with his consent, is responsible for providing medical care to this patient.
3.5. If the doctor chosen by the patient has refused to monitor and treat the patient, and the refusal directly threatens the life of the patient and the health of others, then the doctor is responsible in accordance with the current legislation.
3.6. The director of the sanatorium, the chief physician, the heads of structural divisions, the attending physicians are responsible for the implementation of this Procedure in accordance with the current legislation.