You have the right to be treated with respect, consideration and dignity.
You have the right to high quality medical care delivered in a safe, timely, efficient and cost effective manner.
You have the right to be assured that the expected results can be reasonably anticipated.
You have the right to privacy to the extent possible.
You have the right to have our disclosures and records treated confidentially and expect when required by law, those disclosures and records will not be released without your approval Please refer to our Notices of Privacy Practices for further details on how we safeguard your medical records. You can find the privacy notices posted in the front waiting area.
You have the right to be provided, to the degree known, compete information concerning your diagnosis, evaluation, treatment and prognosis.
You have the right to copies of your medical records at nominal cost and, if you request it, those records will be transferred to another practitioner in a timely manner at no cost to you.
You have the right to be informed of all reasonable options or alternatives to care and or treatments and of the potential advantages and the alternatives to having the procedure performed in an office or other outpatient facility.
You have the right to participate in decisions regarding al aspects of your care.