Ethics & Practices

Ethics & Practices

Ethics and practices are the foundations on which a successful business stands.
The importance of Ethics and Practices cannot be stressed further when it comes to the Healthcare Industry.
The vital significance of ethics is imbibed in medical students starting from the Hippocratic Oath.
Sancheti Hospital practices strong Ethics and principles.


Our Code of Ethics is as follows

  • Every employee, officer of the hospital shall deal on behalf of the Hospital with honesty, integrity as well as high morals and ethical standard.
  • All the employees, officers should endeavor to avoid situations that present a potential or actual conflict between their interest and the interest of the hospital.
  • Every employee, administrative officer of this hospital shall, in his / her working hours comply with all the  rules and regulations , both in letter and in spirit, in all the territories in which he/ she operates.
  • Unauthorized use or distribution of information violates the hospital’s policy and could be illegal. Your obligation to protect the hospital’s confidential information continues even after you leave the hospital.

Our Code of Ethics is as follows

  • The employee shall always strive to provide a safe and healthy working environment.
  • Employee, officer should promptly report any concerns about violations of ethics, laws, rules and regulations.
  • Every employee shall disclose promptly to his or her immediate supervisor any personal situation or transactions which are or may be in conflict with intent or spirit of this code, and shall cooperate with any enquiry into such matter. The supervisor shall determine what action should be taken and recommended that action in writing for approval by the next higher level of management. All employee disclosure and corrective action shall be reported to the Managing Director of Administration. If disclosure of matter to your supervisor seems inappropriate, you should promptly discuss the matter with the Director – Administration.

Ethics, The Institute religiously follow the following principles given below

• The patient has the right to refuse or choose their treatment.

• A practitioner should act in the best interest of the patient.

• “First, do no harm”

• The distribution of scarce health resources, and the decision to provide treatment with fairness and equality.

• The patient (and the person treating the patient) have the right to be treated with dignity.