Hospitalization info

Hospitalization criteria:

  • Medical-surgical emergencies and situations in which the patient's life is endangered or have this potential, which requires continuous medical supervision;
  • The diagnosis cannot be established in the Ambulatory;
  • The treatment cannot be applied in the conditions of ambulatory medical assistance, the patient is immovable, requires isolation or compulsory hospitalization for the mentally ill provided in art.105, 113 and 114 of the Criminal Code and those ordered by the prosecutor's ordinance during trial or prosecution;
  • Other situations well justified by the doctor who made the admission in the hospital and approved by the head doctor of the department.

General conditions of hospitalization:

  • Referral note from the family doctor and/or a Referral note for hospitalization from the specialist from the mabulatory section;
  • Birth certificate / identity card, original and photocopy.
  • In case of emergency, the referral note it is not required.

General conditions for granting consultations in the Ambulatory section of the hospital:

  • Referral note from the family doctor or other specialist, except for confirmed emergencies and illnesses;
  • Birth certificate / identity card;

Things needed for hospitalization:

  • - Pijamas and indoor slippers;
  • - Objects and materials necessary for personal hygiene in the hospital (towel, bath sponge, soap, toothbrush and toothpaste, comb, etc.).
Patients' food allowance:

  • - At at Pediatric Clinical Hospital from Sibiu, the food allowance for hospitalized minor patients is in the amount of 22 lei / day.

Visiting program

In the conditions of the SARS-COV-2 PANDEMIC, visits are NOT allowed!
In the case of the patients in critical condition in the Intensive Care Unit for Covid from 2-4 Pompeiu Onofreiu Str., a single visitor is allowed access, with appropriate protective equipment, for a maximum period of 15 minutes.
Information about the hospitalized patients in the Pediatric Department from 2-4 Pompeiu Onofreiu Str. can be obtained by phone at the following number 0269-217927, and for hospitalized children in the Intensive Care Unit by phone at 0369-407088.

Rights and obligations for the patients/insured persons

Patients' rights selected fromLAW no. 46/2003(.pdf) concerning the rights of the pacient:

ART. 2
Patients have the right to the highest quality medical care available to society, in accordance with human, financial and material resources.
ART. 3
The patient has the right to be respected as a human being, without any discrimination.
ART. 4
The patient has the right to be informed about the available medical services, as well as how to use them.
ART. 5
(1) The patient has the right to be informed about the identity and professional status of the health service providers.
(2) The hospitalized patient has the right to be informed about the rules and customs he must follow during his hospitalization.
ART. 6
The patient has the right to be informed about his state of health, the proposed medical interventions, the potential risks of each procedure, the existing alternatives to the proposed procedures, including non-treatment and non-compliance with medical recommendations, as well as about data about diagnosis and prognosis.
ART. 7
The patient has the right to decide if he still wants to be informed if the information presented by the doctor would cause him suffering.
ART. 8
The information is brought to the patient's attention in a respectful, clear language, minimizing specialized terminology. If the patient does not know the Romanian language, the information is brought to his attention in his native language or in a language he knows or, as the case may be, another form of communication will be sought.
If the patient is not a Romanian citizen, the information is brought to his attention in an international language or, as the case may be, another form of communication will be sought.
ART. 9
The patient has the right to expressly request not to be informed and to choose another person to be informed instead.
ART. 10
The patient's relatives and friends can be informed about the progress of investigations, diagnosis and treatment, with the patient's consent.
ART. 11
The patient has the right to request and obtain another medical opinion.
ART. 12
The patient or the person expressly designated by him, according to the provisions of art. 9 and 10, has the right to receive, upon discharge, a written summary of the investigations, diagnosis, treatment, care provided during the hospitalization and, upon request, a copy of the records of the high-performance investigations, only once.
ART. 13
The patient has the right to refuse or stop a medical intervention by assuming, in writing, the responsibility for his decision; the consequences of refusing or stopping medical documents must be explained to the patient.
ART. 14
When the patient cannot express his will, but an emergency medical intervention is necessary, the medical staff has the right to infer the patient's consent from a previous expression of his will.
ART. 15
If the patient requires an emergency medical intervention, the consent of the legal representative is no longer necessary.
ART. 16
If the consent of the legal representative is required, the patient must be involved in the decision-making process as much as his capacity for understanding allows.
ART. 17
(1) If the medical service providers consider that the intervention is in the best interest of the patient, and the legal representative refuses to give his consent, the decision is declined to a specialized arbitration commission.
(2) The arbitration commission is made up of 3 doctors for hospitalized patients and 2 doctors for the patients from ambulatory department.
ART. 18
The patient's consent is mandatory for the collection, storage, use of all biological products taken from his body, in order to establish the diagnosis or the treatment with which he agrees.
ART. 19
The patient's consent is mandatory in the case of his participation in clinical medical education and scientific research. People who are not able to express their will cannot be used for scientific research, except for obtaining consent from the legal representative and if the research is also done in the interest of the patient.
ART. 20
The patient cannot be photographed or filmed in a medical facility without his consent, except in cases where the images are necessary for diagnosis or treatment and to avoid suspicion of medical malpractice.
ART. 21
All information regarding the patient's condition, investigation results, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, personal data are confidential even after his death.
ART. 22
Confidential information can only be provided if the patient gives explicit consent or if the law expressly requires it.
ART. 23
If the information is needed by other accredited medical service providers, involved in the patient's treatment, consent is no longer mandatory.
ART. 24
(1) The patient has access to personal medical data.
(2) The patient has the right to designate through an agreement recorded in the annex to the general clinical observation sheet, a person who will have full access, both during the patient's life and after the patient's death, to the confidential information from observation sheet.
ART. 25
(1) Any interference in the patient's private family life is prohibited, except in cases where this interference positively influences the diagnosis, treatment or care provided and only with the patient's consent.
(2) Cases in which the patient represents a danger to himself or to public health are considered exceptions.
ART. 26
The woman's right to life prevails if the pregnancy represents a major and immediate risk factor for the mother's life.
ART. 27
The patient has the right to information, education and services necessary for the development of a normal sexual life and reproductive health, without any discrimination.
ART. 28
(1) The woman's right to decide whether or not to have children is guaranteed, except for the case provided for in art. 26.
(2) The patient, through health services, has the right to choose the safest methods regarding reproductive health.
(3) Every patient has the right to effective and risk-free family planning methods.
ART. 29
(1) If the providers are obliged to resort to the selection of patients for certain types of treatment that are available in limited numbers, the selection is made only on the basis of medical criteria.
(2) The medical criteria regarding the selection of the patients for certain types of treatment are drawn up by the Ministry of Health and Family within 30 days from the date of entry into force of this law and are made known to the public.
ART. 30
(1) Medical interventions on the patient can only be performed if there are the necessary equipment conditions and accredited personnel.
(2) There are exempted from the provisions of para. (1) emergency cases arising in extreme situations.
ART. 31
The patient has the right to terminal care to be able to die in dignity.
ART. 32
The patient can benefit from the support of family, friends, spiritual and material support and advice throughout the medical care. At the patient's request, as far as possible, the care and treatment environment will be created as close as possible to the family one.
ART. 33
The hospitalized patient has the right to medical services provided by an accredited doctor from outside the hospital.
ART. 34
(1) The medical or non-medical personnel in the health facilities do not have the right to subject the patient to any form of pressure in order to induce him to reward him otherwise than provided by the legal payment regulations within the respective facility.
(2) The patient can offer additional payments or donations to the employees or the unit where he was cared for, in compliance with the law.
ART. 35
(1) The patient has the right to continuous medical care until his health condition improves or until he is cured.
(2) Continuity of care is ensured through the collaboration and partnership between the various public and non-public medical units, hospital and ambulatory, specialized or general medicine, provided by doctors, middle managers or other qualified personnel. After discharge, patients have the right to available community services.

Obligations of the insured:

According to art. 231 of Law No. 95/2006, regarding health reform, with subsequent amendments and additions, insured persons have the following obligations:

  • to strictly follow the treatment and the doctor's instructions;
  • to have a civilized behavior towards the medical and sanitary personnel;
  • to pay the contribution owed to the fund and the amount representing the co-payment/personal contribution, under the law;
  • to present to the medical service providers the supporting documents attesting the quality of the insured, defined in art. 223 para. (1).