Benefiting from the services offered in a general sense: To make use of the activities with regard to encouragement of a healthy life within the frame of justice and equity and of protective health services.
To benefit from the services provided regardless of race, language, religion, sect, political ideology, philosophical belief, economical and social states.
To learn about all kinds of services and opportunities.
To select and change the health centre and make use of the health services offered by the selected health centre
To learn the identifying information, duties and titles of the doctors and other personnel providing or to provide relevant health services and to select or change them.
To request all kinds of verbal and written information with regard to their health statuses.
To receive all kinds of health services in such an environment that attaches importance to confidentiality.
To be requested their consent in terms of medical interventions and benefit from the services offered within the frame of such consent,
To reject and/or request the suspension of the treatment.
To receive relevant health services in a safe environment.
To perform religious obligations to the extent that the health care centre can offer and within the frame of the administrative precautions.
To receive relevant health services within the frame of such principles as respect, attention, favour, politeness and affection,
To benefit from relevant health services in such an environment that all hygienic conditions have been met and is free from noise and all disturbing factors.
To accept visitors in accordance with the procedures and principles specified by the institutions and organizations.
To request to be accompanied by a hospital attendant to the extent allowed by the legislation and the opportunities of the health institutions and organizations and when the doctor deems suitable.
To benefit from health services whenever required.