No visitors are allowed from Sydney Metro, Greater Sydney, Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Shellharbour areas or if you have visited these areas in the past 14 days (any exceptions need approval from the Hospital Executive)
All patients and visitors will be screened on entry to the hospital
Please do not attend the hospital if you have cold or flu symptoms
All patients and visitors must wear a surgical mask at all times while moving around the hospital and in waiting rooms
Patients are allowed 2 visitors per day (so long as social distancing measures can be applied), visiting hours remain unchanged
Children under 16 years are not allowed to visit (any exceptions need approval from the Hospital Executive)
Please enter hospital through main doors only
Thank you for your patience and consideration at this time.
Visiting hours are strictly 10am-6pm daily
Please complete the steps below when entering the hospital
STEP 1: Scan the QR Code, using the camera on your mobile device, or visit https://screen.healthe.care/ma... and complete the online check-in every time you visit the hospital.
STEP 2: Upon entry to the hospital (and during your visit), please practise simple hygiene by making sure to clean your hands thoroughly for at least 20 seconds using alcohol-based hand rub, or soap and water.
Practise physical (social) distancing by:
Attempting to keep a distance of 1.5 meters between you and other people where possible.
Avoid shaking hands, hugging, touching other people or sharing food.
When wearing a face mask, ensure it covers your nose and mouth. Do not touch the front of the mask and remove it using the ear loops or head straps - WHO Guidelines on How to Use a Mask.
All non-essential visits to Healthe Care hospitals are prohibited in order to limit the spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19. Visits to our hospital are limited to the following:
Employees, contractors and students
Visitors as per above directives
The following people MUST NOT visit the hospital:
Anyone diagnosed with COVID-19 (unless no longer directed to be self-isolated)
Anyone subject to self-quarantine or pending a COVID-19 swab result
Anyone who has been in a hotspot or overseas in the past 14 days
Anyone who has had contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case in the past 14 days
Anyone with a temperature >37.5 degrees or symptoms of respiratory infection (cough, sore throat, runny nose, fatigue, shortness of breath)