Mission Statement

To provide the best health care to individuals that seek our services regardless of social status, ability to pay, religion, gender, race or sexual orientation.

Vision Statement

To eradicate diseases and poverty through preventative strategies.

Patient Rights & Responsibilities

Global Health

MSPG believes that many diseases are preventable in the developing world, but due to lack of access to modern healthcare they still exist.  MSPG will partner with the World Health Mission to research and eradicate these diseases.

Research

MSPG participates in research that promotes its mission and vision.  Such research is focused on improving the quality of health care to humanity.  MSPG currently in partnership with Firstox Company and participating in clinical research.  MSPG seeks grants to support its research efforts.

  • Patients have the right to be treated with dignity and respect.

  • Patients have the right to have their treatment  and other patient information kept private. 

 

  • Only by law may medical records be released without patient consent.

  • Patients have the right to access care easily and   in a timely manner.

  • Patients have the right to a candid discussion about all their treatment choices regardless of cost or coverage by their benefit plan.

  • Patients have the right to the delivery of services  in a culturally competent manner.

  • Patients have the right to information about provider work history and training.

  • Patients have the right to information about clinical guidelines used in providing and managing their care.

  • Patients have the right to know about advocacy and community groups and prevention services.

  • Patients have the right to freely file a complain, grievance, or appeal, and to learn how to do so.

  • Patients have the right to know about laws that relate to their rights and responsibilities in the treatment process, and make recommendations regarding the organization's rights and responsibilities policy.

  • Patients have the responsibility to treat those giving them care with dignity and respect.

  • Patients have the responsibility to give providers the information that they need in order to provide the best possible care.

  • Patients have the responsibility to be able to provide random drug specimens during the course of treatment with the understanding that refusal to adhere to this policy will be considered as a positive test.

  • Patients have the responsibility to ask their providers questions about their care.

  • Patients have the responsibility to help develop and follow the agreed upon treatment plans for their care, including the agreed upon medication plan.

  • Patients have the responsibility to let their providers know when the treatment plan no longer works for them.

 

  • Patients have the responsibility to tell their providers about medications given to them by others.

  • Patients have the responsibility to keep their appointments. 

 

  • Patients should call their providers as soon as possible if the need to cancel or reschedule arises.

  • Patients have the responsibility to give informed consent to be involved in research projects and they are to retain a copy of the informed consent form.

  • Patients have the responsibility to let their provider know about their insurance coverage and any changes to it.

  • Patients have the responsibility to let their provider know about problems with paying their co payments or fees.

 

  • Patients have the responsibility not to take actions that could harm others.

  • Patients have the responsibility to report fraud and abuse.

  • Patients have the responsibility to openly report any concerns about quality of care.

  • Patients have the responsibility to let their provider know about any changes to their contact information (name, address, phone, etc.)

  • Patients have the right and responsibility to understand and help develop plans and goals to improve their health.​