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Patients have the right to receive from their physician information necessary to give informed consent prior to the start of any procedure and/or treatment.Where medically significant alternatives for care or treatment exist, or when patients request information concerning medical alternatives, patients have the right to such information.With a strong balance of fun and technique in our classes, we create a teaching environment that is low stress and less pressure.Styles vary from location to location offering everything from: Kick • Jazz • Lyrical • Hip Hop • Ballet • Tap • Pom.Each patient has a responsibility to: When you want to know, please ask. If a concern arises, please let us know immediately. PATIENT RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES We want to encourage you, as a patient at Essentia Health, to speak openly with your health care team, take part in your treatment choices, and promote your own safety by being well informed and involved in your care.Because we want you to think of yourself as a partner in your care, we want you to know your rights as well as your responsibilities during your stay at our facilities.We invite you and your family to join us as active members of your care team.
Backed by 35 years of experience, our dedication to enabling dancers to shine creates a learning environment like no other.
In accordance with this commitment, we believe that patients are entitled to the following rights and have been given a copy: Care decisions / informed consent Patients have the right to be informed about and to participate in decision making related to their care.
Patients have the right to obtain from their physician complete, current information concerning diagnosis, treatment and prognosis in terms patients can be reasonably expected to understand.
Patients also have the right to know the name of the person responsible for the procedures and/or treatment.
Except in emergencies, patients may not be transferred to another facility without being given a full explanation for the transfer, without provision being made for continuing care, and without acceptance by the receiving institution.