Day of Recording

On the day of your admission please report to the information desk in the Serrehal and take place at the blue benches. A hostess or management of the Union Of Volunteers (UVV) picks you up and takes you to the ward. You may bring someone to accompany you.

What do you bring?

  • your patient plate (plate punch)
  • drugs and an overview of the medications you are taking
  • you have a medicine passport and / or a map of the Thrombosis, take these also
  • dietary
  • underwear, nightwear, dressing gown and slippers
  • You must get out of bed, take it easy clothing and comfortable shoes with laces
  • toiletries
  • your reading glasses or hearing aid
  • book, magazine, writing.

We advise you to be with carrying valuables such as jewellery, laptop, mobile phone and money carefully. You will have a bedside table, but this is not lockable. As a hospital, we are not responsible for the loss of your belongings.

Postponement recording

It can prevent your admission or surgery should be postponed. The reason may be that there is an urgent operation to take place or that there is no bed available in the department. Are you still at home, then we will inform you of the delay notify as soon as possible and arrange a new date with you. Also, if you are admitted, it may be that the operation still does not go through. This may have to do with medical reasons for example if you are feverish or if your blood is not good. It may also be that the operating program of the day due to unforeseen circumstances has turned too long. We strive to call you. Again as soon as possible

Recording Interview with nurse

After arriving on the ward has a recording conversation with the nurse. The nurse will discuss with you the daily running of the department and ask you some questions that are important for your recording. Of course you can also ask questions yourself. If there are details that need to be, such as hypersensitivity to iodine, bandages or medicines, or taken using a special diet, please indicate this.


On admission to the hospital, you will receive a wristband, the nurse with your name and date of birth. Wearing the wrist strap is mandatory and serves as a means of identification that example is not swapped with another patient. The wristband is also equipped with a unique bar code (bar code). Using a scanner, a computer and the barcode on your wrist you can safely administer the medication you actually need. Physician and / or nurse


It is important that the doctor's medicine shows that you use at home. It can prevent you from using your own medicines short time in the hospital. If you get medication in the hospital, take it immediately after handing in. Because the dispenser times are deliberately spread throughout the day so that the medication can work evenly. For information on the use of the drug itself, you can go to the nurse or doctor at the hall.

Contact family

The nurse will ask you who you want to name. As contact your family Following an investigation or operation, this person may inquire about your well-being in the care of the department. This is to ensure that nurses have to tell the same story several times. Your family and friends can then call your contact, if they want to know how it is with you.

Nursing Department

Virtually every ward has a nursing staff consisting of one department and one or more unit leaders. The nurses are available 24 hours a day and are your first point of contact for any questions or problems.

Furthermore, a ward different one-, two-, or quadruple. The one-and quad rooms are equipped with a toilet, laundry and shower. The double rooms have a toilet and a room with a sink. Patients may continue to use the corridor area, the showers or bathrooms.

Safety checklist

At various times during your shooting doctors and nurses put you on the basis of the 'safety checklist' various questions. This is necessary to ensure that all medical information about you is available. You may be more times the same question (eg your name, date of birth and what operation you are going to do). The questions may give the impression that we do not know for sure. The repetition is intended to correct it just be sure and make sure that we can properly treat and care. The safety checklist is used by many hospitals worldwide. Check and double check reduces the chance of errors ..