The safety and security of patients, visitors, staff and students is of utmost importance at Madinah Teaching Hospital. Security monitoring systems are in place throughout the Hospital. In case of any emergency or if you notice something unusual, please inform our security staff immediately.
Familiarize yourself with the fire exits in the OPD or IPD.
In case of a fire, stay calm and do not panic. Follow the instructions provided by our hospital staff or the firemen. They will escort you outside in an organized manner.
Do not use the lifts; walk down the stairs if applicable.
Identification bands and badges
Patients admitted at the hospital will be required to wear a name band around their wrist or ankle to ensure positive identification at all times. Please inform a staff member if there are any inaccuracies in the details on your name band.
All family members and attendants may be asked to show their identification documents to allow security to keep a check on the people visiting the patient’s ward or our hospital.
All hospital staff including doctors, nurses, pharmacists and support staff, are required to wear their identification card at all times. Patients, family members and/ or attendants who have any doubts about any staff member, please do not hesitate to ask our staff to show you their identification badge.
Patient visiting hours
Visitors should follow the visiting hours schedule. Patients admitted to the hospital need to be given time to rest in order to get better quickly. Visitors will be asked to leave when visiting hours have ended.
Please take care of your personal items. The MTH cannot be held responsible for the theft, loss or damage of any personal belongings.
The MTH does not allow smoking inside our hospital. If you are seen smoking you will be asked to stop or leave the facility.
Weapons and firearms
The MTH does not allow patients, their family members or visitors to carry weapons or firearms in any of our facilities. If you are seen or found to be carrying a weapon and or firearm, you will be asked to leave.