Do you have different accommodation for different patients?
Yes, OMI has a variety of rooms available to suit every budget.
Do I need a referral to schedule an appointment?
Do you offer medical services for children & adults both?
Absolutely. Please visit our website www.omihospital.com or contact us on 021-111-OMI-111 for further information.
Does a reservation require any sort of advance?
Yes, in accordance with the nature of admission (medical or surgical) and the category of room chosen.
Can I bring my own medication?
Am I allowed to bring anything from home?
All items relating to patient’s treatment are provided in the hospital including patient’s gown and bedding etc.
What types of accommodation do you provide?
As per requirement of the patient, we have general ward, semi and private rooms, deluxe & VIP rooms, as well as cardiac observation rooms, neo-natal intensive care, intensive care unit and COVID-19 (isolation, quarantine and ICU).
Is your ER efficient enough to tackle serious cases?
Absolutely, as it is manned by a team of doctors and other medial staff who know how to respond speedily and effectively to medical and surgical emergencies.
Whom shall I call to get any information?
Our UAN: 021-111-OMI-111 is available to route your calls to the relevant department for all your queries, 24/7.
What documents shall I bring at the time of admission?
Consultant’s letter, patient & attendant’s CNIC and appropriate advance/companies authority letter & employee’s card (if you are a corporate patient).
Will the doctor visit a patient even if it’s not his day?
For all admitted patients, consultants visit the wards every day.
Do you provide meals to the patient and their attendant?
Meals to the patient are provided. Attendants can order their meals etc., from the cafeteria and pay them directly.
How many attendants are allowed?
One attendant per patient and two attendants are allowed at the time of surgery only.
For COVID-19 patients, the attendant timings are confined to these three slots: 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m., 2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in these slots the attendant can meet with the medical officer and get all the updates of his/her patient.
Do you have any insurance companies on your panel?
Almost all the major insurance companies.
Can a patient choose his/her own consultant?
Yes. You may choose any consultant on OMI’s panel.