Each clinic in our hospital has been formed around certain rules concerning the illness risks and the privacy of our inpatients.
The hospital clinics have been named according to these rules.
This clinic is for both male and female inpatients. Nobody is allowed in this unit except medical staff. This clinic also has a separeted pediatric inpatient unit. The health security personnel lets in the catering staff, technical staff, and ergotherapy staff only in certain hours.
Unlike the pink and orange clinics, the patients are allowed to use their cell phone and laptop under the permission of their doctor, their families are allowed to visit them in the canteen and the patients can speak to them on the phone within the hospital rules. Patients in this clinic can also go to the canteen under the supervision of the security personnel.
This clinic does not have a soft room.
A multipurpose room is present for; good morning meetings which are done accompanied by nurses, group therapies which are done with psychologists and music therapy and ergotherapy workshops which are carried out with art teachers. In addition there are tables so patients can eat together, a treadmill for the patients to exercise, a library case and a travelling library, and there are also puzzles and board games.
There is a smoking room formed for patients, cigarette use is controlled by nurses; and patients are not allowed to keep lighters.
Yoga and marbling on paper workshops are done certain days of the week. These activities are done in a separate unit. A health security personnel is in charge of the transportation of the patients and only the same clinics patients which had permission, can attend these workshops.
The rooms are spacious and the corridors have an aesthetic appearance far from a standard hospital corridor. The rooms do not contain an object of any kind which can be a risk to the security and patient safety.
For the nurses to remain in possession of the clinic the nurse desk has been positioned in the middle of the clinic.