Please note the following restrictions are in place in regards to visitors to Tuggerah Lakes Private Hospital.
Guidance regarding COVID-19
The World Health Organisation declared COVID-19 a pandemic, meaning the virus is established on all continents (with the exception of Antarctica). We are continue to thank our patients, staff and their loved ones for their continued understanding during this ongoing evolving situation and support us as we work to continue to keep our staff and patients safe. In line with NSW Health guidance and infection control and patient quality safety measures please note the following:
As we prepare to return to 'COVID-normal’ we have updated our check in process to be done via the NSW Service QR Code and the following restrictions apply
Only three Visitors in a 24 hr period
Visitors over 12 must wear masks and practice hand hygiene
Visitors will not be permitted if they:
Have tested positive to COVID-19 within the last 10 days or are awaiting results
Have Tested positive to another acute respiratory infection in the last seven days
Have symptoms of COVID-19 or other acute respiratory symptoms
Are high risk contacts of someone who has had COVID-19 in the last 14 days
Have arrived from overseas in the past seven days. Exceptions can be made on compassionate grounds on a case by case basis with the approval of the facility executive
Do not wear a surgical mask correctly on entry and for the duration of the visit
All those who attend our facility for treatment (including day treatment, surgical, rehabilitation and those with visitor exemptions) will be advised by the hospital if you are required to undergo a RAT or PCR test prior to admission.