The Euroclinic Children’s Hospital and wards have been painted in bright and cheerful colors and have been decorated with favorite cartoons, creating a friendly, pleasant and comfortable environment for you and your child. The hospital rooms are equipped with:
- Cable TV
- Dedicated children’s TV entertainment program
- Lighting control system
- Folding bed for accompanying parent
- Nurse call button
- Bed control system
- Phone – to make an internal call, dial the extension of the department you wish to call directly / to make an external call, dial 0 and then dial the number you wish to call
- Temperature control system
- Hairdryer, available upon request from the ward staff
Ask the nursing staff if you require assistance for any of this equipment.
A fully equipped kitchenette is located on every floor to serve the needs of accompanying persons.
Overnight Stay of Parent/Guardian
It is important that children feel safe and calm, having their loved ones next to them. Acknowledging this need, all hospital rooms have a sofa bed so that parents/guardians may stay in the ward overnight.
You may bring with you any personal items that would make your child’s hospitalization more pleasant and comfortable, such as:
- Toiletries, comfortable clothes, slippers, favorite objects or toys, etc.
- Baby formula, baby bottle, diapers, etc.
- Personal items of the parent/guardian
If you require any essential items (baby bottle, diapers), contact the nursing staff in your ward.
We recommend you do not keep any valuables or money in your hospital room. The Hospital is not liable for any loss of personal valuables during your hospitalization. If you wish, you may leave your money and valuables with the Hospital’s Security Office for safekeeping.
The medical staff perform ward rounds every morning and afternoon to give you accurate and continuous information on the progress of your child. To ensure that the Hospital’s certified procedures are followed and medical confidentiality is protected, visitors are not allowed in the hospital rooms during ward rounds or medical procedures.
For any information about your child’s hospitalization, you may ask your attending physician or the ward supervisor. Avoid administering any medications without previously consulting your attending physician.