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All you need to know about billing and coverage

You should present the following information and documents to the Scheduling Office.

The administrator will give you an admission form for hospitalization and will get in contact with your insurance company in order to get a coverage approval for your operation, or in some instances will get the insurance approval on your own.

You will then need to check with the hospital administration 3 days before your scheduled operation day to see if they have received your insurance approval.

Once your coverage insurance is approved, you should be present at the hospital 48 Hours prior to your operation day and submit to the Admission Office on level -1 the following documents:

You will then be directed to complete your preoperative tests.

For more information on the admission day and preoperative tests, click here.

You should present the following information and documents to the Scheduling Office.

The administrator will give you an admission form for hospitalization and a NSSF form that you need to present to the NSSF center in order to get your coverage approval from the NSSF.

Once you get your NSSF coverage approval, you should be present at the hospital 48 Hours prior to your operation and submit to the Admission Office on level -1 the following documents:

You will then be directed to complete your preoperative tests.

For more information on the admission day and preparation tests, click here.

 

You should present the following information and documents to the Scheduling Office.

The administrator will give you an admission form for hospitalization, a COOP form along with a medical prescription.

Then you need to present all these documents to the COOP center in order to get an approval for undergoing your operation.

Once you get your COOP coverage approval, you should be present at the hospital 48 Hours prior to your operation day and submit to the Admission Office on level -1 the following documents:

You will then be directed to complete your preoperative tests.

For more information on the admission day and preparation tests, click here.

You should present the following information and documents to the Scheduling Office.

The administrator will give you an admission form for hospitalization, a report confirming that you have been transferred from the Army Hospital to the Eye & Ear University Hospital and a Proforma if needed (depending on the type of operation)

Then you need to present all these documents to the Army center in order to get an approval for your operation( بطاقة تعهد و أخذ على العاتق)

You should be present at the hospital 48 Hours prior to your and submit to the Admission Office on level -1 the following documents:

You will then be directed to complete your preoperative tests.

For more information on the admission day and preparation tests, click here.

You should present the following information and documents to the Scheduling Office.

The administrator will give you an admission form for hospitalization, a Medical Prescription, Mulhak No.5 (ملحق رقم 5), and a Proforma if needed (depending on the type of surgery).

Then you are required to present all these documents to the ISF center in order to get an approval for undergoing your operation.

Once you get your ISF coverage approval, you should be present at the hospital 48 Hours prior to your operation day and submit to the Admission Office on level -1 the following documents:

You will then be directed to complete your preoperative tests.

For more information on the admission day and preparation tests, click here.

You should present the following information and documents to the Scheduling Office.

The administrator will give you an admission form for hospitalization, a Medical Prescription, Mulhak No.5 (ملحق رقم 5), and a Proforma if needed (depending on the type of surgery).

Then you are required to present all these documents to the Customs center in order to get an approval for undergoing your operation.

Once you get your Customs coverage approval, you should be present at the hospital 48 Hours prior to your operation day and submit to the Admission Office on level -1 the following documents:

You will then be directed to complete your preoperative tests.

For more information on the admission day and preparation tests, click here.

You should present the following information and documents to the Scheduling Office.

The administrator will give you an admission form for hospitalization, a Medical Prescription, and a Proforma if needed (depending on the type of surgery).

Then you need to present all these documents to the National Security center in order to get an approval for undergoing your operation.

Once you get your National Security coverage approval, you should be present at the hospital 48 Hours prior to your operation and submit to the Admission Office on level -1 the following documents:

You will then be directed to complete your preoperative tests.

For more information on the admission day and preparation tests, click here.

You should present the following information and documents to the Scheduling Office.

The administrator will give you an admission form for hospitalization, a Report confirming that you have been transferred to the Eye & Ear University Hospital. Also, if needed , a proforma may be required (depending on the type of surgery).

Then you need to present all these documents to the General Security center in order to get an approval for undergoing your operation.

Once you get your General Security coverage approval, you should be present at the hospital 48 Hours prior to your operation day and submit to the Admission Office on level -1 the following documents:

You will then be directed to complete your preoperative tests.

For more information on the admission day and preparation tests, click here.

You should present the following information and documents to the Scheduling Office.

The scheduling office will give you an admission form for hospitalization and will get in contact with the LU insurance company in order to prepare for you a coverage approval for your operation

You then need to check with the hospital administration 3 days before your scheduled operation to see if they have received your insurance approval.

Once your insurance coverage is approved, you should be present at the hospital 48 Hours prior to your operation day and submit to the Admission Office on level -1 the following documents:

You will then be directed to complete your preoperative tests.

For more information on the admission day and preparation tests, click here.

You should present the following information and documents to the Scheduling Office.

The administrator will prepare for you an admission form for hospitalization, all MOH related documents and a Medical Prescription.

You should pick up all the above documents 4 days prior to your operation day.

Then you need to present all these documents to the MOH in order to get an approval for undergoing your operation.

Once you get your MOH coverage approval, you should be present at the hospital 48 Hours prior to your operation and submit to the Admission Office on level -1 the following documents:

You will then be directed to complete your preoperative tests.

For more information on the admission day and preparation tests, click here.

You only need to schedule a day for your operation with the scheduling office. You will then be given an admission form.

You are requested to be present at the Hospital 48 Hours prior to your operation day to submit your admission form to the Admission Office on level -1 and settle your operation fees.

You will then be directed to complete your preoperative tests.

For more info on the admission day and examinations, click here.