Visiting a Patient

You are an integral part of the healing process

At Gleneagles Hospitals, we understand the social and emotional bonds that we share as humans. The touch of love and the affection of our dear ones are forces we believe catalyze the healing process. We are happy to welcome visitors at designated hours and spend time with the patients. Our role is to create an atmosphere of holistic health for all our patients – and that includes access to their family and friends. At the same time, we are steadfastly committed to ensuring the patient receives adequate rest, is protected from outside infections and that the sterile hospital environment is never contaminated by external visitors. For patients under intensive care, access may be more restricted and we trust as well-wishers, that you understand our concerns. To ensure the comfort and well-being of the patients, the hospital has designed certain guidelines for the visitors.

Visiting Hours

Visitor Guidelines

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A hospital is a shared entity and each one of our patients reserves the right to the most secured, sterile and secluded environment to be able to regain their health. In this regard, we have a set of guidelines for our visitors that helps maintain sanctity of the aforementioned principle. Guidelines are to protect the privacy of every patient while offering visitors the maximum possible window to visit and spend time with their loved ones.

Guidelines for a Secure and Caring Hospital Environment

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    Please visit your loved ones at designated hours only.

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    Please refrain from visiting patients if you are suffering from cold/flu or any other infection.

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    Please refrain from bringing outside food, flowers or gifts.

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    Children should be accompanied with adults and are not allowed beyond the central lobby

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    Your belongings are your own responsilbility

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    Please maintain the hospital decorum

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