One visit and you'll see what makes Emergency Rooms 24 unique. If you could envision the ideal ER for your family, you might be picturing what we have created.
Pricing Information & Payment Terms
Emergency Rooms 24 welcomes clients who are self paying or sponsored by their employers, as well as patients with private medical cover from all major insurance companies. We provide a range of fixed price packages for a wide variety of treatments and will be happy to provide a quotation. This means that from the outset, our patients know what their hospital costs will be, thus avoiding any inconviniences later on.
Our pre-admission confirmation makes sure that the whole process is smooth and simple. We will tell you precisely what is included and what costs may be additional to your cover.
Patients should always check with their insurance company before embarking on any form of medical treatment.
Our Corporate Guarantee program is of unique nature and is different from medical aid in the following areas:-
- Staff get the opportunity to be treated 24/7 at our Medical Clinic and assess all other services we offer either through medical aid, cash or an advance account system.
- The Corporate Guarantee program with focus on account system, allows your staff members to receive treatment and services and the company settles it’s account in agreed timelines (7 or 14 days) accounts.
- Through this scheme, medical costs are incurred when only staff members receive medical treatment and this is a huge saving to corporates.
Preparing for an ER visit?
At one time or another, most of us have personally experienced an Emergency Room, heard a story about an experience at the Emergency Rooms 24 or at least seen it on television. A visit to the Emergency Room does not have to be a stressful or frightening experience. With the right information you can reduce anxiety and have a positive experience. Here are some guidelines to help you prepare for arriving to the ER.
Below is a list of warning signs that Indicate a Medical Emergency:
- Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath
- Chest or upper abdominal pain or pressure
- Fainting, sudden dizziness, general body weakness
- Blurred vision
- Confusion or changes in mental status
- Any sudden or severe pain
- Uncontrolled bleeding
- Severe or persistent vomiting or diarrhea
- Coughing or vomiting blood
- Difficulty speaking
- Unusual abdominal pain
Make sure you keep the following items in a convenient place so that you may grab them quickly when leaving your home.
- A list of the medications you take, allergies and major events in your health history
- Copies of any recent medical tests or procedures
- Names of your personal physicians
- Emergency contact information
- Health plan information
- Advanced healthcare directives