We know COVID-19 in the community creates a risk, but we also know whānau have a significant, positive and beneficial role in supporting our patients.
This is why we take a balanced approach to our decision around visiting.
All visitors will have a health screen on arrival, and will need to follow a few important rules. They also need to follow the relevant Alert level guidance.()
Please continue to check this page. This information will be reviewed as and when the situation changes.
Current information for visiting
Please note, there may be some areas of the hospital unable to accept visitors to keep everyone safe. These areas may change from time to time. If you’re a nominated visitor, a member of the healthcare team will tell you if your visit is impacted.
Patients in hospital (Inpatients)
A patient may nominate up to two visitors who can visit during their stay in hospital
These two visitors must be registered before they visit
Only one of the two registered visitors can visit a day
Visiting hours are between 7am and 8pm.
Heading to the emergency department?
You can have one support person with you.
You will be screened on arrival.
Ask your support person to drop you at ED, then park in carpark A or B. They will also be screened at the entrance to ED.