Information for visitors
Due to recently announced cases in Queensland extra restrictions have now been put in place for hospitals.
As a precaution, Queensland’s Chief Medical Officer has recommended visitors should temporarily not be entering our hospital.
We understand many people will want to visit their loves ones in hospital, however we need to make sure we are doing everything we can to protect our patients and health care workers.
Exceptions to the no visitor rule will be made on a case-by-case basis. Patients who are children will be allowed one parent/carer and maternity patients will be allowed one support person.
All patients, staff and approved visitors will now be required to wear a mask entering the hospital and must wear it when in public areas of the hospital. Everyone who enters the hospital must undergo temperature screening and complete electronic screening via the QR code scanning system on entry. If patients do not have a smartphone to complete this scanning process, staff on the door will be able to assist them manually by asking them a series of questions.