Because we understand that you always have a choice when it comes to selecting your healthcare providers, First Choice Medical Group is committed to adhering to the highest ethical standards and following best industry practices to ensure that we always remain 100% compliant with state and federal laws governing healthcare delivery. In this regard, we will not divulge, disclose or communicate any information in connection with our patients unless required as a matter of law. Moreover, we will act reasonably to always protect such information and treat it as strictly confidential.
As a valued patient of First Choice Medical Group, YOU have the right...
To receive courteous, compassionate and considerate care regardless of your nationality, race, creed, color, age, economic status, sex or lifestyle.
To get complete and current information about your illness and treatment and the names of those on your care team who are responsible for your care.
To be given all the information you need before the start of each procedure or treatment legally requiring informed consent. This information will include an explantation of the recommended procedure, alternatives and any risks involved.
To receive care and personal attention in a clean, soothing and pleasant clinical environment.
To be given a reasonable estimate of the cost of your care.
To expect our office to protect your private health information and use sound judgement when disclosing it for treatment, payment and our healthcare operations.
To receive, upon request, a copy of our complete notice of information practices.
As a valued patient of First Choice Medical Group, YOU have the responsibility...
To make full and complete disclosure of your medical history and symptoms before and during your course of treatment.
To keep your doctors appointments. When you are unable to do so for any reason, you will make every effort to call our office to cancel in advanced of your scheduled appointment and reschedule, accordingly.
To make a concerted effort to understand your health problems and become an active participant on your own care team, which is comprised of your professional healthcare providers, your family members and YOU. This includes having the right to refuse treatment.
To cooperate fully with the people caring for you and to respect the rights of other patients.
To furnish information necessary to determine your ability to pay for the services provided and to pay those charges to the extent of your ability.