If available, the following shall be brought at the first appointment:
- Medical records - past medical records pertinent to your diagnoses, such as x-rays, test results, and consultation reports
- Immunization records - an up-to-date record of immunizations.
- A list of any allergies includes food, medication, and materials.
- Referral letters from General Practitioner (GPs) or any doctor (if applicable).
In case of appointment, one hour after the registration.
When you will arrive at the registration counter, you will be given a Medical Record Card along with a registration slip.
On your second visit to LRH, bring your Medical Record Card for your information retrieval. In case if you forget your Medical Record Card, give your name and cell number at the registration counter. Once the initial evaluation is made, your medical team will develop a management plan specifically for you. This plan will be explained to you in detail.
For information and queries, you may contact our Department of Radiology which can provide you the information regarding the different tests performed at LRH. You may contact on:
For CT Scan
For Ultra sound
For Nuclear Medicine
Reporting time depends upon the type of test being performed. Reports of simple procedures are available earlier while the more complex ones need more time. The reports will be available online and can be collected from report collection units on the time communicated to you while the receipt was given to you; however, it is advisable to confirm the pickup time for the test report collection from the relevant department. For information and queries: 091-9211430
Yes, LRH offers rehabilitation services in the following disciplines:
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
- Pediatric Rehabilitation
- Geriatric Rehabilitation
- Neurological Rehabilitation
- Hand Reconstructive Surgery Rehabilitation
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Psycho Therapy
You may contact 091-9211430 for further queries and details.
Only two visitors at a time are permitted for each patient. Children under the age of 14 are not allowed to visit the patients. Our patients are more vulnerable to infections, so visitors with a cold, flu, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, rashes, fifth disease, head lice, chicken pox or other infection should wait until their condition has improved before visiting.
No jewelry or large sums of money. LRH is not responsible for money or other valuables brought in by patients and families. Alcoholic beverages, weapons or illegal drugs are not permitted in any area of the hospital. Any visitor who brings these items to the hospital will be escorted out by a security guard and may be refused subsequent visiting privileges
Our hospital cafeterias serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner at minimal cost and are open to patients and families.
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- Earaches and sore throats
- Flu and cold symptoms
- cuts and burns
- Animal bites
- Joint pain, arthritis
- Drug screening
- Immunizations and flu shots