INTRODUCTION

Zion Women셲 Hospital, Serving with Love

Admission Period
The admission period lasts for 2 nights after delivery and the patient is discharged on the third day.



Admission Information
1. When the decision to be admitted has been determined, take the Admission Decision Document to the Admission/Discharge Desk on the hospital셲 1st floor and fill out the Admission Agreement.
2. Follow the admission process and then the patient room will be determined.

3. The ward nurse on the 5th and 6th floors will provide the information on the room.
4. Do not leave any valuables in the patient room. Lock the door when vacating the room.

Discharge Information
1.The patient셲 doctor will generally notify the patient of discharge a day beforehand.
2.When the discharge process is completed in the morning of the day of discharge, the patient is contacted in the patient room. The next outpatient appointment is made at the admission/discharge desk on the 1st floor.
3.Submit the discharge fee receipt to the ward nurse and go to the Newborn Unit with the discharge papers, maternity bracelet, and baby supplies.

Other Information

Item Contents
Necessary Supplies for Admission Pregnancy Notebook, toiletries, underwear, visitor bedding, wet tissues, car seat, nursing cushion (at discharge: blanket, baby clothes etc.)
Rooming-in Care The mother and the baby can spend plenty of time in the room and help will be provided for establishing an attachment and breast-feeding.
Meal Times Breakfast is served at 8am, lunch at 12: 30pm, and dinner at 5: 30pm.
Parking Information Receive parking information at the registration desk on the 1st floor.
Visiting Information Visitations are restricted after 9pm.
Issuing of Documents If you require admission/discharge documents, diagnostic report, a Doctor셲 note, and receipts etc., inquire at the nurse unit and you will be provided with the necessary information.
Visiting Hours Patient Rooms (9am~9pm)

Admission Period
The admission period is 6 nights from the day of surgery.



Admission Information
1. When the decision to be admitted has been determined, take the Admission Decision Document to the Admission/Discharge Desk on the hospital셲 1st floor and fill out the Admission Agreement.
2. Follow the admission process and then the patient room will be determined.
3. The ward nurse on the 5th and 6th floors will provide the information on the room.
4. Do not leave any valuables in the patient room. Lock the door when vacating the room.

Discharge Information
1.The patient셲 doctor will generally notify the patient of discharge a day beforehand.
2.When the discharge process is completed in the morning of the day of discharge, the patient is contacted in the patient room. The next outpatient appointment is made at the admission/discharge desk on the 1st floor.
3.Submit the discharge fee receipt to the ward nurse and go to the Newborn Unit with the discharge papers, maternity bracelet, and baby supplies.

Other Information

Item Contents
Necessary Supplies for Admission Pregnancy Notebook, toiletries, underwear, visitor bedding, wet tissues, car seat, nursing cushion (at discharge: blanket, baby clothes etc.)
Rooming-in Care The mother and the baby can spend plenty of time in the room and help will be provided for establishing an attachment and breast-feeding.
Meal Times Breakfast is served at 8am, lunch at 12: 30pm, and dinner at 5: 30pm.
Parking Information Receive parking information at the registration desk on the 1st floor.
Visiting Information Visitations are restricted after 9pm.
Issuing of Documents If you require admission/discharge documents, diagnostic report, a Doctor셲 note, and receipts etc., inquire at the nurse unit and you will be provided with the necessary information.
Visiting Hours Patient Rooms (9am~9pm)

Admission Period
The admission period is 3~4 nights from the day of surgery.
(This may change according to the patient셲 condition and will be decided before the discharge date by the doctor.)

Process for issuance of diagnostic documents including diagnostic reports, doctor셲 notes, referral documents, and admission/discharge document etc.


Documents to Prepare (Medical Law Enforcement Regulation Article 13 Item 2)

Issuance by the Patient ID (identification card, driver셲 license, or passport) or health insurance card
Issuance by Persons other than the Patient Issuance by the Patient셲 Family Member
(Considered as family: parents, spouse, brothers, sisters, daughter-in-laws, son-in-laws, children and grandchildren) proxy statement written by the patient,
family relation certificate (issued by the community center) or a certified copy of identification, applicant (proxy) ID, copy of patient ID
Issuance by the Patient셲 Medical Proxy
proxy statement written by the patient, copy of patient ID
Consent for viewing of medical history and issuance of copies, applicant (proxy) ID

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