Opening Hours : Outpatients Department: Mon to Sat - 8am to 5pm
As the term suggests, probably the greatest reason why people would ask for a private room is to maintain their privacy. Despite the fact that hospital wards are designed as best as they can be so that you maintain some privacy and dignity by being partitioned off with curtain rails for when you’re being attended to, for the most part, you don’t get an awful lot of privacy from the other people in the beds surrounding you.
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Ultimately, however, it’s the fact that you have your own room and privacy that comes with it that makes the difference.
Other Advantages Of our Private Rooms
Our private rooms are less noisy with less activity than on the open-plan wards. This will be very beneficial when it comes to rest and recuperation after surgery, for example, and will also help you if you have difficulty sleeping. You’ll be more able to watch TV or perhaps listen to music without disturbing other people.
Although it would be disingenuous to suggest that the hospitals goes not take as much care with the hygiene of a ward as they might do with a private room, it must be the case that the fact that you are in your own room as opposed to a busy, sometimes crowded ward where bed occupancy and patient turnover is high, the chances of contracting some kind of infection is likely to be less in a private room. You’ll also enjoy more privacy when you’re receiving visitors.