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Patients' rights and responsibilities

Anguilla Health Authority of Anguilla Country Resources General Health Legislation Anguilla October 2008 Legislation/regulation human rights, social and economic rights

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The Patients’ Bill of Rights was created with the intent: -
1. to help patients feel more confident in the health care system.
2. to stress the importance of a strong relationship between patients and their health care providers
3. to stress the role patients play in staying healthy by laying out rights and responsibilities for all patients and health care providers.


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