Exceptions will be made if:
- A patient is receiving end-of-life terminal phase care (please contact the Nurse Unit Manager directly)
- You are the approved carer of a patient who is under 18, or has a disability or behavioural issues.
In these cases, 1 visitor is allowed.
We know this will be difficult for some patients and their loved ones. We sincerely apologise for any distress this may cause.
Patients and visitors still need to be screened when they arrive and, as a further precaution, all patients attending Day Oncology and Radiation Oncology appointments are also required to wear masks.
Just as reminder, patients need to attend these appointments alone unless they are a child, have a disability or behavioural needs, or are non-English speaking and require a translator.
We're still screening all visitors and patients when they arrive but you can now answer the COVID-19 screening questions online before you get here.
Simply fill out the questions on the Visitor Registration form
and if it's safe for you to enter, a QR code will be generated which you can present to the nurses at entry.
We know that these measures will be hard for some people but they are important part of reducing the risk of COVID-19 spreading. Please treat our staff with kindness and respect.
Thank you for your understanding and for helping us keep the ONJ Centre safe.