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King Edward Memorial Hospital

Visiting KEMH - Information Guide

Hospital visitors - are you unwell?

Please do not visit patients if you have:

  • Fever
  • Sore throat
  • Headache
  • Cough
  • Runny nose.

Help protect our patients from viruses.

 

Khách viếng thăm bệnh viện Quý khách có bị bệnh không?

Xin đừng đến thăm bệnh nhân nếu quý vị bị:

  • Sốt
  • Nhức đầu
  • Ho
  • Chảy mũi;
  • Đau cổ họng

Giúp bảo vệ bệnh nhân của chúng tôi khỏi bị nhiễm siêu vi khuẩn.

 

各位到医院探病的人士 -您最近有没有感到不舒服呢?

假如您有以下的情况, 请暂时不要探望 住院的亲友:

  • 发烧 
  • 头疼 
  •   咳嗽
  • 流鼻涕 
  •   咽喉炎

这样,您就可以帮助他们免受病毒感染, 谢谢!

 

إلى زائرين المستشفى هل انتم مرضى؟

يرجى عدم زيارة مرضى المستشفى إذا كان لديكم :

  • رشح
  • الم في الحل
  • سعال
  • صداع
  • حمى

ساعدونا على حماية مرضى المستشفى من الفيروسات.

Being a patient, or the parent/carer of a patient, in a large hospital can be an unfamiliar and intimidating experience. We hope the information produced by the hospital can help make your visit or stay as easy as possible.

Visiting Hours

All KEMH patients are provided with a rest period between 1pm and 3pm each day. During this time visitors are not permitted on Wards apart from one nominated support person (e.g. partner).

We ask that you respect this rest period to ensure the comfort and wellbeing of all our patients.

See the KEMH Service Directory for ward and clinic locations and contact numbers.

Maternity Wards (3, 4 and 5)

3pm to 8pm

One nominated support person (e.g. partner) may visit outside these hours.

General Ward (6)

8am to 1pm
3pm to 8pm

Labour and Birth Suite

Visitors restricted, please check with reception staff on (08) 9340 2222

Family Birth Centre

Anytime - visitors and hours are unrestricted

Adult Special Care Unit

Visitors restricted, please check with reception staff on (08) 9340 2222

Mother Baby Unit

4pm to 8pm

For more information please call (08) 9340 1799

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Parents may visit their baby at any time, for the health and safety of our babies in the NICU, visitors are restricted as follows:

  • Parents and grandparents only.
  • Maximum of two (2) people allowed to visit at a time.
  • One parent must be present during all visits (i.e. one grandparent with one parent).
  • Children under 16 years, inclusive, not permitted in the NICU.

Special circumstances may be considered, please talk to senior NICU staff
about permission for people, other than those listed, to visit the NICU.

LOOK@MYBABY

While visitors to the NICU are restricted, the NICU has technology to allow you and your family and friends to see your baby via the online service Look@MyBaby.

To view your baby on the nursery webcam you first need to register with Look@MyBaby and tell them which nursery you are in and obtain a username and a password. You will need to call every time you want to use the webcam. The Look@MyBaby service is free to families at KEMH. Please read the brochure for more information.

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Information about Your Stay at KEMH - A Guide for Inpatients

The 'Your Stay at KEMH' booklet includes the following information:

  • Welcome
  • Before you arrive
  • Public or private admission
  • Your stay in hospital
  • What to bring with you
  • Visiting hours
  • Amenities
  • Going home
  • KEMH services
  • Feedback on your stay
  • More information
  • Community Advisory Council
  • Women's and Infant's Research Foundation
  • WA Public Patients Hospital Charter

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