Visiting the hospital

Visitors

Anyone other than an essential partner is considered a visitor and must only visit the hospital between standard visiting hours 3pm to 7pm daily. Up to two visitors can visit at any one time.

No Visitors are allowed to stay overnight on-site at KEMH.

Outpatients

To maintain physical distancing in our clinic areas, one person or child can attend your Outpatient appointment with you. Children under 6 years can attend the KEMH creche.

Labour and Birth Suite

Two people are permitted during your birth on the labour and birth suite – one essential birth partner and one supporter.

Only your essential birth partner can stay with you between the hours of 8am and 8pm daily on the postnatal wards. This person must remain the same for the duration of your stay.

Only your essential birth partner is permitted in theatre.

Your second support person becomes a visitor once you are transferred to the postnatal wards.

Gynaecology Patients

Up to two visitors can visit at any one time. 3pm to 7pm daily.

Mother and Baby Unit

Standard visiting times of 4pm to 7pm daily.

Exemptions

Speak with your care team prior to your appointment or your booking if you would like to be considered for an exemption to these conditions.

Visiting during COVID-19 

COVID-19 has changed how we welcome patients and visitors to our hospital. All visitors to KEMH must scan the SafeWA QR Code or complete the manual register. There are more than 30 QR codes for various areas of our hospital, so we ask you please scan the QR code for each area you visit, to ensure we can keep track of your movements whilst you are on our site – to keep everyone safe!

All patients and visitors to KEMH will be screened either before their scheduled arrival or upon arrival to the ward or department they are attending.

Patients will be asked:

  1. Do you have any symptoms of fever, sore throat, new onset cough, runny nose, shortness of breath OR new onset acute loss of taste or smell?
  2. Have you been tested for COVID-19 in the last 14 days?
  3. Have you been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days?
  4. Have you been asked to isolate or quarantine by Public Health?
  5. Have you returned from overseas in the last 14 days?
  6. Have you been to any locations considered an exposure risk (as per the WA Health Department list)?

Various areas of the hospital have conditions relating to how people access their services.

Changes to patient visiting times during COVID-19

Interstate/overseas visitors requesting permission to visit relatives in KEMH while in quarantine or self-isolation.

Resources

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:

 

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


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

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