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Visiting Hours

Pembroke Regional Hospital is following all public health advice in a rapidly changing context of the COVID-19 pandemic. If visitors area allowed, they must continue to be screened and may be denied access based on symptoms and/or travel history. 


Currently, VISITORS ARE NOT PERMITTED AT PEMBROKE REGIONAL HOSPITAL.
The ONLY exceptions are essential visitors (one per patient).
- Those with a patient who is dying or very ill
- A parent/guardian of an ill child or youth
- A visitor of a patient undergoing surgery or a woman giving birth

 

For the Maternal Child Care program:

 

The designated visitor must be healthy, must pass screening and must be able to remain in the patient/newborn's room for the duration of the hospital stay. If the designated visitor is unable to attend then the mother can request another support person. The designated visitor cannot rotate or change through the labour process. This includes after delivery and for the recovery period. The designated visitor must stay with the mother/newborn in the room for the duration of the hospital admission. It is important to plan ahead to ensure that the mother and designated visitor have everything they need during and after the delivery to avoid movement into and out of the patient room. Meals will be provided to the patient and their designated visitor for the duration of their stay.   

 

ALL OTHER VISITOR INFORMATION LISTED BELOW IS CURRENTLY INVALID UNTIL RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED.  

 

As part of our patient-centred care model, Pembroke Regional Hospital recognizes that family play a vital role in patient care.


The following guidelines are intended to respect our commitment to patient-centred care while balancing the need to protect patients, physicians, staff and volunteers from the spread of infection.

 

Family members (those who the patient designates as most significant to their care and who they define as family) are welcome at any time to participate in care or to offer reassurance and support. Family includes parents, grandparents, spouse or significant other or guardian, child, brother, sister, or the people that the patient designates as most significant to their care and who they define as their immediate family.

 

For families:

Pembroke Regional Hospital is following all public health advice in a rapidly changing context of the COVID-19 pandemic. If visitors area allowed, they must continue to be screened and may be denied access based on symptoms and/or travel history. 


Currently, VISITORS ARE NOT PERMITTED AT PEMBROKE REGIONAL HOSPITAL.

The ONLY exceptions are essential visitors (one per patient).
- Those with a patient who is dying or very ill
- A parent/guardian of an ill child or youth
- A visitor of a patient undergoing surgery or a woman giving birth

 

ALL OTHER VISITOR INFORMATION LISTED BELOW IS CURRENTLY INVALID UNTIL RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED. 

 

Family members are welcome at any time to participate in care or to offer reassurance and support. A maximum of two family members at a time are welcome at any one time on in-patient units, unless otherwise authorized.

 

Hours for family visiting are decided on between the patient and his or her nurse.

 

We will respect and enforce a patient’s request for visitor restrictions.

 

Parents are advised that young children visiting can be exposed to unusual risks and are to assure supervision.

 

Public Visiting Hours

Pembroke Regional Hospital is following all public health advice in a rapidly changing context of the COVID-19 pandemic. If visitors area allowed, they must continue to be screened and may be denied access based on symptoms and/or travel history. 


Currently, VISITORS ARE NOT PERMITTED AT PEMBROKE REGIONAL HOSPITAL.

The ONLY exceptions are essential visitors (one per patient).
- Those with a patient who is dying or very ill
- A parent/guardian of an ill child or youth
- A visitor of a patient undergoing surgery or a woman giving birth

 

ALL OTHER VISITOR INFORMATION LISTED BELOW IS CURRENTLY INVALID UNTIL RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED.

 

Public visitors are welcome from 11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily

 

Visitors are restricted to two (2) per patient.

 

Visitors may be requested to leave the room to facilitate your care.

 

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult (over age 18).

 

Outpatient Areas

Pembroke Regional Hospital is following all public health advice in a rapidly changing context of the COVID-19 pandemic. If visitors area allowed, they must continue to be screened and may be denied access based on symptoms and/or travel history. 

 

Currently, VISITORS ARE NOT PERMITTED AT PEMBROKE REGIONAL HOSPITAL.
The ONLY exceptions are essential visitors (one per patient).
- Those with a patient who is dying or very ill
- A parent/guardian of an ill child or youth
- A visitor of a patient undergoing surgery or a woman giving birth

 

ALL OTHER VISITOR INFORMATION LISTED BELOW IS CURRENTLY INVALID UNTIL RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED.

 

(Emergency, Ambulatory Clinics, Surgical Day Care)

Patients receiving treatment in outpatient areas are requested to have a maximum of one person accompanying them during their visit.

 

As the use of scented products causes allergic reactions in many people, visitors are asked to not wear or use scented products.

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