TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Beauty by Eda provides consultancy services and carries out intermediary services so that people who want to receive services can receive health care under the best conditions. This contract regulates the conditions of the relationship between the people who will receive health care consultancy services through Beauty by Eda and the responsibilities of the parties. Every person who demands to receive health services consultancy through Beauty by Eda must accept the terms of this contract. By accepting this contract, patient candidates legally accept the application of the conditions in the contract at all stages of the service they will receive from Beauty by Eda and its parties. Persons who do not accept these conditions will not be able to receive service from Beauty by Eda. The terms and conditions are as follows:
Contract: This contract.
BBE: Beauty by Eda (Mentha Creative), located at the address of Beyçayırı Çıkmaz Sk. No:27/3, Beylerbeyi Mah. , 34676 Üsküdar / Istanbul Turkey.
Patient: A customer receiving healthcare consultancy from BBE.
Physician: The health professional who will provide health care.
Service Provider: The organization that will provide health care.
SCOPE OF THE SERVICE TO BE PROVIDED AND BBE'S RESPONSIBILITIES
2.1. BBE facilitates consultation and/or dialogue between Patient and Physician. BBE provides the patient with preliminary information about the procedures requested and provides consultancy such as choosing doctors, clinics, transportation, and accommodation if the procedure is approved.
2.2. Under the Contract, BBE will provide support in the:
a) Detailed information about the Patient's package
b) Detailed information about the cost of the package
c) Detailed information about visa and passport requirements (this information can also be obtained from https://www.evisa.gov.tr/en/)
d) Information on health formalities required for travel and accommodation
e) Times and locations of intermediate stops and transport links for the journey.
f) The name, address, and telephone number of the Physician, the Patient's Service Provider, or an agent in that area where the Patient can call for assistance.
2.3. BBE is an intermediary health tourism consultancy institution, not a health institution or health tourism institution. BBE does not provide medical advice or operate or control any Service Provider facilities or services provided by them. Treatment is carried out under a contractual relationship between the Patient and the Service Provider providing the treatment. The patient acknowledges that BBE is not medically qualified and that BBE is not responsible for any medical procedure provided through the Service Provider it has chosen and for the medical consequences of such procedure. BBE shall not be liable or liable for any misconduct, negligence, or other claims, complications, or dissatisfaction that may arise directly or indirectly from any care, treatment, or other services provided by the Service Provider or its advice. The patient undertakes to carefully read the terms and conditions and consent forms of the Service Provider before the treatment is requested, to receive the necessary advice and guidance from the Service Provider and the Physician regarding the suitability of his own health conditions and demands, and to act accordingly. Programs and informative documents that BBE will present to the Patient are part of the Contract, and the Patient undertakes to read these documents prior to booking.
2.4. Treatment plans offered by BBE through email exchanges, phone calls, or video calls are based entirely on information (i.e. pictures, test results, prescriptions, x-rays, etc.) provided by the Patient and reviewed by the Service Provider. Therefore, when the Service Provider personally examines the Patient prior to treatment, the Patient's treatment plan may change or the Service Provider may refuse to administer treatment. If such a change occurs, the Patient has the option to discontinue the recommended treatment. In such cases, the Patient will be reimbursed after deductions have been made for tests, consultations, and other expenses. Costs related to services performed by third-party providers such as travel, accommodation, and transfer are not provided by BBE, and BBE is not responsible for reimbursing the Patient for such expenses.
2.5. If the patient wishes to continue with a new treatment plan, BBE provides a revised price quote, taking into account the Service Provider's costs, such as new accommodation and travel expenses. BBE is not responsible for any irregularities, impossibilities, and additional costs that may arise due to the patient changing the treatment plan.
2.6. Non-Disparagement: The patient agrees not to publicly attack, disparage, or criticize BBE or its directors, officers, employees, or partners (including but not limited to posting negative comments on any website, or social media). Since BBE cannot be held responsible for the Service Provider's treatments and actions, the Patient agrees not to disparage BBE or any employee, or take actions that adversely affect BBE's reputation, goodwill, services, or management, at any time during or after the Contract period. In case of violation of this article, the Patient undertakes to immediately remove the aforementioned abusive and harmful content, as well as to compensate for all material and moral damages of BBE.
2.7. As an intermediary organization, BBE does not operate or control the services offered by the Service Provider, hotel, travel, or transfer companies. By accepting the Contract, the patient acknowledges that BBE is only an intermediary and that the service provided by third parties and damages resulting from this service is not covered by any warranty by BBE. The patient undertakes to read and accept all terms and conditions of third-party providers prior to booking from BBE.
2.8. If BBE is required to cancel or change the Patient's reservation, it shall promptly notify the Patient. In such cases, the Patient may choose to reschedule treatment with BBE or cancel the reservation and receive a refund after deductions. However, BBE is not responsible for any indirect costs and damages that may arise in case of cancellation or change of reservation. Again, BBE will not be liable for any damage to the Patient in force majeure situations beyond its control. Force majeure includes but is not limited to flight delays or cancellations, terrorist incidents, war, civil unrest, strike, natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and epidemics; all kinds of judicial and administrative sanctions that will affect travel, accommodation, and treatment processes.
THE PATIENT'S RESPONSIBILITIES
3.1. Before accepting the Contract, the patient is obliged to read all the information resources provided to him, including the information on BBE's website, to consult BBE if there are any issues he does not understand, to clear up any question marks, and to obtain information about the terms and results of the Contract.
3.2. Having a valid and acceptable passport, visa if necessary; ensuring to have other documents required for travel, accommodation, and treatment, sending passenger information to the airline before travel if requested by the airline, providing entry requirements for both final destination and transfer points, providing the necessary information and documents requested by BBE and the Service Provider are the Patient's responsibility.
3.3. In case The Patient does not fulfill the above responsibilities, provides incorrect information or documents provided, or misses the flight; The Patient will be responsible for any damages such as refusal to enter the country, payments for an early return flight, disruption of the foreseen processes or imposing sanctions on the Patient. The Patient accepts and declares that BBE will not have any responsibility in these cases and that BBE will not be liable for any compensation, expense, or reimbursement.
3.4. The patient undertakes to conduct the necessary research on health needs and recommended vaccinations prior to travel. BBE recommends obtaining information at the following websites, among other resources: www.fco.gov.uk, www.hpa.org.uk, and www.nathnac.org, BBE also recommends seeking advice from the local general practitioner.
3.5. In order to receive a treatment package consultancy from BBE, it is obligatory for the Patient to have insurance with an approved insurer. The insurance policy must be comprehending the damages such as travel problems, medical problems, or the damages that may arise due to bankruptcy. Any responsibility arising from the Patient's failure to take out insurance belongs to the Patient.
MEDICAL HISTORY AND RECORDS
4.1. Before starting the journey, the patient sends the information and documents requested from him regarding his medical history to BBE. BBE forwards this information and documents to the Service Provider chosen by the Patient in order to check the Patient's suitability for treatment. The Patient agrees to share all requested records such as pictures of his medical history, test results, prescriptions, and x-rays with BBE and the Service Provider. The Patient agrees and declares that in case these records and the declared information are incomplete and inaccurate, BBE will not be responsible for any negative consequences that may arise accordingly.
4.2. The patient allows BBE to receive the patient file (including the treatment plan, examination and treatment results, and pre-and post-treatment pictures) from the Service Provider for the records that BBE will create. BBE undertakes not to use, sell or transfer this information to third parties for any purpose other than to provide the requested services and for the purposes authorized by the Patient.
5.1. Depending on the treatment package requested by the Patient, the services to be provided and the offer for them will be determined by BBE. Details such as payment terms, expenses covered by the payment, amount of the payment will be submitted to the Patient by BBE in a separate form.
5.2. The tests and medical procedures deemed necessary due to the patient's medical history, special conditions, or unforeseen circumstances will be subject to additional charges. Likewise, the necessity of staying at the hospital for more than one night will be subject to additional charges.
5.3. When the patient accepts the Contract and the proposal, they pay the deposit that BBE will require to make the reservation. The patient pays the remainder of the payment before leaving his/her country. Payment processes and methods will be submitted by BBE in a separate form. If the patient does not fulfill his/her responsibilities in this “payment” section, he/she is in breach of the Contract, and BBE is not obliged to provide any service.
The patient can cancel their reservation at any time by notifying BBE in writing. Cancellation will be effective from the date on which written notice of cancellation is received by BBE. The scale of fees payable will depend on when notice of cancellation is received. Without prejudice to provision number 2.8. of this Contract, in the event of cancellation, the deposit will remain with BBE as the reservation fee. Detailed results of the cancellation and possible deductions will be submitted to the Patient along with the treatment booking form.
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION AND PRIVACY
APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION
This Contract is governed by Turkish Law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of Turkish courts.
The patient candidate who communicates with BBE is deemed to have read and accepted this Contract.