We are gradually easing the visitation restrictions from 03 March 2021.
1 Visitor per Patient per visiting time: 10h00 – 11h00 and 15:00 – 16:00
Arwyp dedicated family contact line to stay in touch with patients.
We encourage you to contact a patient via their mobile phone where family is not able to visit or alternatively contact the hospital unit to speak to him/her.
In addition, our dedicated family contact line, makes it possible to engage with the matron on call that can facilitate direct communication between the patient and their family and/or obtain information on the patient’s status to provide feedback.
The number for the family contact line is 060 7896 589 and will only operate from 09h00 – 16h00 on a weekday and 08h00 -12h00 on weekends.
We would like to thank you for your understanding, support, and adherence regarding our visitation policy.
Be safe and warm regards.
Arwyp Medical Centre Private Hospital Team
Regrettably, visitation in areas in which confirmed, or suspected, Covid-19 patients are being cared for remains suspended.
Non Covid-19 Areas
The general criteria for visiting are:
One visitor per day for a maximum of 30 minute. Family to decide who is the dedicated visitor.
One parent with a negative Covid-19 test will be permitted to sleep in with admitted paediatric patient. The other parent will be permitted to visit for 1 hour per day.
Parents may visit together once a day. The duration of the visit will be at the discretion of the unit manager not longer than 1 hour.
One visitor per visiting time for a maximum of 30 minutes.
10h30 – 11h00 and 15h00 – 15h30
Family visitation may be allowed subject to special arrangements with the matron on duty.
Please liaise with the Matron / Maternity Unit Manager
The husband/partner who have a current negative COVID-19 test can sleep over with the wife until the first day after the baby was born. There after he must stick to normal visiting hours as for the General wards. If the father does not have a current negative COVID-19 test, he will not be allowed to sleep over and will only visit as per general wards arrangement