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Discharge

  • the day of the discharge, you are requested to clear all the dues in the admission billing and pharmacy department.
  • Discuss the discharge medication/advice with the floor nurse at the time of discharge.

Billing

  • The admission and billing department will send you a provisional billing statement on a daily basis during your stay to keep you updated of the billing status.
  • Kindly produce the advance receipt at the time of discharge.
  • All credit cards are accepted (Visa/Master).
  • Full and final payment by cash or card. Cheques are not accepted.

Announcements

  • Prem-Dharam Hospital celebrates 3nd anniversary and offers heavy discount to all patients.
  • On 23th September we are celebrating the second anniversary, come and avail our attractive Healthy Sundays.
  • We have organised Health Check-up camp for resident of Olive County
  • We have new Vacancies open at Prem-Dharam Hospital. Kindly see the careers page or else email your resume to us at 'premdharamhospital@ymail.com
  • We have started with OPD's in Pediatrics, Medicine, Gynaecology, Orthopaedics, Physiotherapy, ENT, Skin and Psychiatry, Superspecality OPD in Neurology, Cardilogy, Respiratory medicine, Gastroenterology, Uro Surgery, Oncology, and Onco Surgery (with prior appointment only)
  • On 1st December 2013, Prem-Dharam Hospital celebrated the 'World AID Day'.
  • Prem-Dharam Hospital recently organized Free Health camp at Ghaziabad.
  • 'Recently, Prem-Dharam Hospital along witH BJP and Bharat Vikas Parishad organized various health check up camps with the focus to enhance the quality of health among members belonging to the underprivileged section of the society.

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