Jehangir Hospital

Jehangir Hospital 32, Sassoon Road.
Pune - 411001, Maharashtra, India

Jehangir Hospital

Mon - Sat : 08.00 - 20.00
Sunday: 10.00 - 14.00

Jehangir Hospital

020-66819966
020-66819967

Visitors Guide

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Visitors Guide

Each patient will be issued one 'Attendant Pass' and one 'Visitors Pass' at the time of admission. (The terms and conditions applicable to these passes will be the same regardless of the bed category)

ATTENDANT' is the person who must be accompany the patient for 24 hours throughout the stay, with a valid attendant's pass. This is mandatory to access different departments in the hospital.

VISITOR' is only one person who is allowed to visit the patient only during visiting hours, with a valid 'Visitor's Pass'. Only one visitor at a time per patient shall be allowed.

Visiting Hours: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM and 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

These passes are meant for hospital circulation only; please do not carry them outside.

If visitor is not having the pass with him or her, he or she is requested to call the attendant to come down and present the visitors pass. Entry will not be permitted unless the visitors pass is presented at the security checkpoint.

Security stationed at the Front door / Stairs / Lifts / On Floors, Nursing and Ward secretaries are authorized to check the passes at all times. Security deposit of `200/- which was charged at the time of admission will be refunded on submission of 'Original Attendants and Visitors pass' at the time of discharge.If passes are lost security deposit of `200/- shall not be refunded.

Passes MUST be kept safely, if lost; no original passes will be issued again.

Visitors Police for ICU

Only one attendant is allowed in the ICU waiting lounge.

Only the attendant holding the pass (issued at the time of admission) is allowed in the ICU.

The scheduled visiting hours are from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM and 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM.

Additional visit to the patient is allowed only with prior permission of the ICU Doctor on duty.



Admission Procedure

Our Admission staff will answer all your queries and assist you in choosing the room of your choice. However, this may be subject to availability. For room reservations, please contact the Admission counter. Also, please make sure you have the doctor's admission note handy. In case of an emergency, you will be admitted to the Emergency Unit first and later shifted to the room of your choice.

You are required to pay an initial deposit at the time of admission according to the room category, which is applicable for both cash and insurance patients. Charges vary as per the room category, irrespective of the medical services.

Please ensure that you clarify all your doubts about charges. Should you have any questions regarding billing during your stay, our billing staff (Ground floor of the main lobby) would be more than happy to assist you.

If you need to change the room, please place your request at the nursing station of the same ward. Only one bed per patient is allotted.

Testimonials

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  • “Thank you Jehangir Hospital. I can play with my children again.”

    - Shilpa Sarangi, May 2017

  • “Jehangir Hospital is behind my daughter’s speedy recovery.”

    - Maahi Brahmantar, Jul 2017

  • “This is just to say what a fantastic daycare Dr Shona Nag and her team have created at Jehangir Hospital. Everyone was extremely friendly and everything went off so smoothly. The checklist and detailed menus and do\'s and don\'ts answered all our questions before we asked them. Thanks again.”

    - Gauri Shah, Dec 2017

  • “During the last two and a half years, I’ve survived serious illnesses by getting admitted to Jehangir Hospital. In fact, my very life was saved by doctors and the dedicated nursing staff. After having four surgeries, I am indebted to the complete nursing team. Compassion and efficiency were exemplified by most of the nurses. Thank you Col. Nirmala and your stalwart nursing staff.”

    - Mahalatchmee Thomas, Sep 2017

  • “I saw my child only after five days as I was recovering from my delivery. I was very scared by the doctors and nurses at Jehangir Hospital took very good care of my baby. They have been a constant support in the last two weeks.”

    - Ashwini Dhobale, Jan 2018

  • “I was in Jehangir Hospital from 29th Jan to 2nd Feb and my daughter Shai from 12th to 16th Feb. We were well attended to by all the staff and that includes the sisters, brothers and the floor staff. Call bells were immediately responded to at all times and every effort was made to keep us comfortable during our respective stays! Thank you Maya Mahale & Gina Ali Khan for ensuring no let up in the service.”

    - C A (Kit) Heredia, Feb 2018