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Visiting Hours and Guidelines  

We recognise that visitors are important to the healing process for our patients. The following guidelines have been established to encourage visitors, while giving our patients time to rest and recover. We seek your cooperation in following these guidelines.

Visiting Hours

Main Building Wards:
Monday to Sunday (including PHs): 12:00pm to 2:00pm, 5:00pm to 9:00pm

  

Integrated Building (IB) Wards:

Monday to Sunday (including PHs): 12:00pm to 2:00pm, 5:00pm to 9:00pm

  

Main Building Intensive Care Unit (ICU):
Monday to Sunday (including PHs): 12:00pm to 2:00pm, 5:00pm to 9:00pm


One registered visitor* allowed at any given time (two registered visitors* per patient).After visiting hours, visitors will be requested to leave the wards and all wards doors will be locked.

Strictly no visitors for suspected or confirmed cases of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
All visitors with travel history, even without symptoms, are not allowed into our wards.
All visitors who are unwell, even without travel history, are not allowed into our wards.

Pregnant women and children (under 12 years old) are strongly discouraged from visiting hospital premises.
All visitors are required to complete a declaration form before entry.


*This includes caregivers and is adjustable for certain situations. 

Visiting Guidelines

  • All visitors to the wards have to register before they enter.
  • No more than one visitor* is allowed at the patient’s bedside.
  • Keep visits short as our patients need rest to recover.
  • If treatment is required for the patient, our staff may ask visitors to leave.
  • ​Pregnant women and children (under 12) are strongly discouraged from visiting hospital premises.
  • Those who are feeling unwell should refrain from visiting patients.
  • Be considerate and keep noise levels down. Noise is a source of stress that interrupts patients’ sleep and rest. 

  • Respect neighbouring patients’ need for quiet and privacy in a shared room or open ward.
  • Refrain from eating by the patients’ bedside to reduce infection, and to ensure a clean and comfortable environment.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water, or sanitise them with alcohol rub before and after visiting a patient.
  • Switch your mobile phone to “SILENT” mode, and speak softly on the phone to avoid disturbing patients. In the ICU, mobile phones cannot be used within 2 metres of any medical equipment.
  • Smoking or drinking alcohol is not allowed on hospital premises.

Last Updated 17 March 2020