Discharge, transportation and aftercare
Two to three days before you are discharged, it will become clear that you have sufficiently recovered to make the trip home safely. If you like, our hospitality officer can arrange your return travel. Your case manager will coordinate your request. When you are discharged, your medical and nursing team will issue you with a treatment report. It will also be sent to your referring physician, and agreements made with them regarding your aftercare and check-ups.
Two weeks after your discharge, we will be able to draw up a final account. This may differ from the initial quote, which only included an estimate of your stay in intensive care. Complications can lengthen this time, resulting in higher costs and differences on the final account. If your stay in ICU is shorter, then the account will of course be lower.