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Patient Transfer Policy: Intra-Facility

February 27, 2024 (2 min read)

Include this template policy and procedure in your compliance library. Adopt safe and efficient practices regarding the transfer of patients within your hospital or healthcare facility. Ensure patient safety and continuity of care. Establish a standardized approach for patient transfers that uses best practices, minimizes risks, and maintains the well-being of patients throughout the process. Promote effective communication among your providers involved in the transfer process.


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