Key takeaways

  • If you need to be admitted to hospital, Brightwater will continue to hold your place for you whilst you are in hospital.
  • There is no limit on the length of time that you can leave Brightwater to be in hospital.
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What happens if I need to go to hospital?

If you need to be admitted to hospital, Brightwater will continue to hold your place for you whilst you are in hospital.

There is no limit on the length of time that you can leave Brightwater to be in hospital.

While you are in hospital, you will still be required to pay your agreed fees and daily accommodation costs.

The hospital will organise transport back to your home and provide their notes to you upon discharge.

If you have any questions regarding your time in hospital, give your home a ring to speak to the administration team.

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