Useful Information

We know that good health care involves more than just good medicine. It involves dedication to your well-being, comfort at all levels and a safe environment.

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Saint James Plus

Saint James Hospital in collaboration with Bank of Valletta is now making your dream surgery achievable and affordable.

What is so great about Saint James Plus?

  • Surgery may be financed in full by Bank of Valletta
  • Processing fees are reimbursed in full by Saint James Hospital
  • Repayment of loan over a number of years (as suggested by a representative from the bank)
  • A FREE life insurance cover on the outstanding loan balance, up to a maximum of Eur25,000
  • All customers with a Maltese Identification Card can apply

The wait is over! Achieve your dream with Saint James Plus

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In-patient Information

Inpatient care is given to patients whose condition requires admission to a hospital.

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Payments & Insurance

Information about making payments and contacting your insurance company when you use services provided by Saint James Hospital Group.

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Patient FAQs

Find answers to frequently asked questions about the services offered by Saint James Hospital Group.

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Patient’s Charter

At Saint James Hospital we always do our best to ensure that we give good quality service and treat you with care and respect. Below are the rights you have as a patient here at Saint James Hospital. If at any time you aren’t satisfied with your care or feel we haven’t fulfilled these rights, please let us know using the contact form below.

You have the right to:

  • Be treated with respect and courtesy;
  • Have your privacy, confidentiality and dignity respected;
  • Receive clear, understandable information about your treatment and care;
  • Ask questions if you are in doubt;
  • Know the name of the person treating you and their professional capacity;
  • Be kept informed on waiting times, delays and cancellations;
  • Be accompanied by a friend or relative during your consultation and / or examination;
  • Refuse treatment at any stage;
  • Access your personal medical record in accordance with Hospital policy;
  • Respect for your cultural and spiritual practices.

You have the responsibility to:

  • Be respectful and considerate of the rights of other patients, relatives, friends and staff;
  • Provide, to the best of your knowledge, accurate information about all matters relating to your health;
  • Follow your care plan, or tell your doctor when you are not following it and the reason why;
  • Abide by Hospital policies including non-smoking policies, control of noise and number of visitors at any one time;
  • Take responsibility for refusing treatment.

We would love to hear from you

Please share your opinions, suggestions or any complaint that you may have by filling out the contact form below.

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