If you are coming to the Golden Jubilee National Hospital as an inpatient, please bring your own:
To help us move your possessions safely, please keep your luggage to one small suitcase/bag of around 10kgs or under.
You may have been asked to stop taking certain medications. It is important that you follow this advice.
When you come into hospital, please bring with you all of the medication that you are currently taking, as well as those that have been stopped prior to your operation. If possible, please bring these in their original packaging. This includes: painkillers, creams/ ointments, ear, eye and nasal preparations, inhalers, insulin, injections and medicines purchased over the counter.
All of your medication will be stored safely during your stay.
Before you go home:
We do not take responsibility for the loss of money, or for the loss or damage to valuable or personal items during your stay.
If you do need to bring valuables with you, please let staff know when you arrive, and they will give you a receipt before arranging for them to be stored securely in the hospital safe.
We allow small electrical appliances in patient rooms although our engineering staff must check these before you use them. If you need a hairdryer, please ask a member of nursing staff.