Whenever a patient is brought for admission, he/she is immediately taken to the ultra modern Emergency room equipped with all critical care facilities where the Residential Medical Officer (R.M.O.) who is available for 24 hours, examines the patient. He also studies the prescriptions, reports etc. of prior treatment of the patient, if any, brought by the patient party. Thereafter, based on his findings of the type of illness the patient is suffering from and also consultation with the patient party about their choices, if any, the R.M.O. finalizes the name of the doctor under whom the patient shall be admitted. He then contacts the doctor over phone, briefs him in detail about the patient and receives his advice about the admission in either the General Ward or a Cabin or HDU or ICCU, etc. The R.M.O. also prepares his report and asks the patient party to get the patient admitted accordingly, through the Reception desk. The patient party is also asked to sign a consent bond giving particulars as asked for (a photocopy of the Consent form is given to them). Thereafter the patient is taken to the particular bed along with the case history file prepared by the R.M.O.