This varies from patient to patient. JCHH is also facility for long stay. Patients largely come in for assistance in symptoms management, respite or end-of-life hospice care. The Care Manager will review your situation regularly and advise accordingly.
People admitted to inpatient service largely for three reasons:
This varies from patient to patient. JCHH is not a facility for long stay. Patients largely come in for assistance in symptoms management, respite or end-of-life hospice care. Your Care Manager will review your situation regularly and advise accordingly.
You will need to bring your own toiletries, nightwear, day clothes and slippers. There are wardrobes and lockable drawers for your belongings. While we advise you not to bring valuable items, you are encouraged to bring other personal possessions that are of special meaning to you to make your stay more comfortable.
Please bring with you the medicine that you are taking and if possible, your most recent medical prescriptions. Our Care team will collaborate with your doctor on all aspects of your care. JCHH has a pharmacy service so we will make sure that you have all the medicines that you need.
Any time of the day. Family members are encouraged to stay overnight by the patient’s bedside in his/her room.
Children are very welcome to visit. However, kids must be appropriately supervised, especially in the gardens where there is stony surface. Pets are also welcome to visit. Please speak to your case manager or the Care Team to arrange for this.
JCHH is equipped with its own kitchen preparing meals that suit the needs of patients as far as feasible. Between 8:00 am and 7:00 pm, breakfast, lunch and the evening meal will be served. We have a varied menu that changes every week and where possible, we are happy to accommodate any dietary requirements or particular preferences.
Except for private gardens connected to certain rooms, all the garden areas are open to patients and visitors. They offer an open space to appreciate nature; soothes the mind and soul. You can get around them in a reclining wheelchair.
JCHH ensures that no patient will be deprived of appropriate hospice and palliative care; thus financial assistance in the form of fee reduction can be offered to patients on an as needed basis fulfilling certain criteria and the completion of a form.