Arrangements for visiting hospitalised patients from this Tuesday 2 June 2020
- You can only visit loved ones from the 3rd day of hospitalisation at the Institute. Visits are not yet allowed for hospitalisations of a shorter period
- Only one visitor (and always the same one) is allowed per patient. It will be possible to identify this sole visitor during the formalities for granting admission to the Institute.
For the visitor: You will be notified by text message as soon as it is possible to come to the Institute. Be sure to have the text message and ID card with you on arrival. Please note that if you yourself show symptoms (cough, fever, breathing difficulties), you will be refused access to the Institute.
- Strict visiting hours apply: between 5 pm and 8 pm during the week and between 3 pm and 8 pm at weekends and on public holidays. Please strictly respect these times. No visits are permitted outside these times.
- Visits are limited to 30 minutes maximum.
- You will be requested to remain in the patient's room throughout the visit.
- If your loved one is hospitalised in a unit reserved for patients suspected of carrying the Covid19 virus (B7 and RESI), no visits are allowed (except in special cases).
- If your loved one is hospitalised in the haematology unit (B3), specific measures apply: Please contact the hospital to find out more about the conditions governing your visit in this case.
- We ask you to be particularly attentive to protection measures to avoid any risk of spreading the virus:
- Wear your mask throughout your visit (you will be issued with a mask on arrival at the Institute).
- Respect the distancing of 1m50 from your loved one.
- Wash and disinfect your hands carefully before and after your visit.
- Wear the gown the nursing staff in the care unit will give you.
We understand that these measures can be uncomfortable for your visit. We introduced them to provide maximum protection for patients, their loved ones and staff against the spread of the Covid19 virus. Our teams thank you for your understanding and for respecting these rules. The unit doctors and nursing staff will be pleased to answer any questions.
If you have any questions, please call the following number: 02 541 31 11
If you have not received a phone call or message to cancel it, it means your appointment still applies. Be sure to arrive on time.
The cancellation of many appointments during the lockdown will have an impact on the organisation of our consultations during the coming weeks. Indeed, certain appointments have now become urgent and must be quickly scheduled. This means your appointment could be postponed. But rest assured that if your doctor considers your appointment urgent and/or necessary it will not be postponed.
You can only be accompanied in exceptional cases to be agreed in advance with your doctor at the Institute.
You can make an appointment by contacting us on 02/541.30.00. We will try and propose an appointment as quickly as possible. Please note, however, that priority will be awarded to the most urgent cases. A telephone consultation may also be suggested.
In this case please contact us so your specialist doctor can assess the situation before having you come to the Institute and inform you of special arrangements for patients who have tested positive for Covid-19 or have reason to believe they may have contracted Covid-19. Rest assured that if your consultation is urgent and necessary we will see you, COVID or no COVID.
No, our hospitalisation units have been reorganised to ensure that our patients who may be carrying Covid-19 or who may have contracted it are hospitalised in separate units with a dedicated nursing staff. All patients hospitalised are tested for Covid-19 and strict hygiene measures have been put into place to protect all our patients during their time at the Institute.
All our patients are hospitalised in a single room. Double rooms are only envisaged for our patients following the guarantee of negative results in the Covid-19 screening tests.
Visits are not allowed. We nevertheless understand the need to remain in contact with your loved ones. That is why tablets have been made available in our hospitalization units so you can connect with your loved ones.
If you feel the need our team of psychologists is also available for psychological support during your hospitalisation.
Our psychologists are there to help you. A special phone line is also available.
Please feel free to call : 0487 / 11 94 28.
Call us on 02 541 39 80
If you have any other questions there is a special phone line for questions about your care in relation to the Covid-19 epidemic. We will be happy to answer them.
The Cosy space remains open but it will be takeaway only.