You have rights as a patient. The following are rights you must consider when accessing medical services, alternative therapies, and providers of medicine. If you feel these rights are being violated you should seek care elsewhere and notify the proper authorities of how your rights were infringed.

Choice of Providers: You have the right to accurate and easily understood information about the laws and local regulations. You have the right to have your medicine and therapies provided elsewhere if needed.

Accuracy, Quality, and Control: You have the right to accurately labeled and weighed quality medication and accurate information about the medication being provided. Quality control staff should thoroughly inspect all medicines before it is dispensed to you.

Safety: You have the right to obtain your care in a safe and friendly environment. You have the right to safe and effective therapies and medicines in appropriate and sanitary conditions.

Respect and Non-Discrimination: You have the right to considerate, respectful, and non- discriminatory care.

Confidentiality of Health Information: You have the right to talk in confidence with your providers and to have your health care information protected under all appropriate safety provisions. Our staff is discreet and will never release information about you to anyone not authorized by you.