To treat the staff with consideration, respect and dignity.
If the Care Provider is threatened and/or subject to repeated verbal abuse, they may terminate the client practitioner therapeutic relationship.
To understand that your lifestyle does affect your health.
To take an active part in your own wellness and health care.
To follow the treatment plan you agree to and if for some reason you cannot, you have the responsibility to let your provider know.
To observe the rules of the facility and/or programs, which are for the safety and considerations of all patients and staff.
To respect the individual site properties and not to deface or destroy any part of it.
To provide our staff accurate information regarding your overall health and the specific health problem you are seeking treatment for.
To notify your health care professional of any immunization/vaccine that you or your children receive at any other health care agency.
To provide our staff with any changes in address, phone number and health card.
To bring your child’s immunization card to every appointment schedule for that child.
If you have seen a Traditional Healer, it is important to notify your care professional of any medications prescribed by the Traditional Healer. This is important, as some medication prescribed by both health care professionals, may have a counter-reaction.
To make sure you request medication refills at least a week or two before you run out.