As patient of Diamond Respiratory Care, you have the right to:

  • Be given information about your rights for receiving home care services.
  • Receive a timely response from us regarding your request for home care services.
  • Be given information about our policies, procedures, and charges for services.
  • Choose your home care providers.
  • Be given appropriate and professional quality home care services without discrimination against your race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, handicap, or age.
  • Be treated with courtesy and respect by all who provide home care services to you.
  • Be free from physical and mental abuse and/or neglect.
  • Be given proper identification by name and title of everyone who provides home care services to you.
  • Be given the necessary information regarding treatment and choices concerning rental or purchase options for durable medical equipment, so you will be able to give informed consent for your service prior to the start of any service.
  • Be given complete and current information concerning your diagnosis, treatment, alternatives, risks, and prognosis as required by your physician’s legal duty to disclose in terms and language you can reasonably be expected to understand.
  • A plan of service that will be developed to meet your unique service needs.
  • Participate in the development of your plan of care/service.
  • Be given an assessment and update of your developed plan of care/service.
  • Be given data privacy and confidentiality.
  • Review your clinical record at your request.
  • Be given information regarding the anticipated transfer of your homecare service to another healthcare facility and/or termination of homecare service to you.
  • Voice grievance with and/or suggest a change in homecare services and/or staff without being threatened, restrained, and discriminated against.
  • Refuse treatment within the confines of the law.
  • Be given information concerning the consequences of refusing treatment.
  • Have an advance directive for medical care, such as a living will or the designation of a surrogate decision-maker, respected to the extent provided by the law.
  • Participate in the consideration of ethical issues that arise in your care.

If you have a question about patient rights and responsibilities, please contact us at 800.977.3002