Updated: May 27, 2022
Providence Care Hospital & Providence Transitional Care Centre
Read about visitor restrictions currently in place:
Designated Visitors are individuals (e.g. family, friends) chosen by the patient who visit for social purposes. Designated Visitors are scheduled by the unit to visit between the hours of 1:30 and 7 p.m.
Read more details about Guidelines for Designated Visitors.
Designated Care Partners are individuals deemed necessary (by the patient and clinical staff) to provide support (e.g. physical, emotional, etc.) to a patient, and is part of the care plan.
Designated Care Partners are not scheduled for visits rather their visits are planned around the patient/client’s needs and are documented on the care plan. A maximum of two individuals may visit at the same time. Designated Care Partners are granted 24 hour access and are able to enter if they pass screening.
Read more details for Guidelines for Designated Care Partners.
Essential Visitors are individuals who have a loved one who is critically ill or nearing end-of life.
Essential Visitors are granted 24 hour access and are able to enter if they are not symptomatic and/or they are visiting from outside of Canada and aren’t subject to a federal quarantine.
Read more details about Guidelines for Essential Visitors.
Visitors are asked to complete the following Pledge Form.
Four individuals are permitted to visit at a time, including Essential Caregivers, Designated Care Partners, Essential Visitors or General Visitors. General Visits are scheduled.
All visitors must wear a mask before entering and throughout their entire visit and will be screened before they are permitted entry.
Read more details about visiting Providence Manor.
All clients, family members and visitors must wear a mask before entering any Community Services building. Clients, family members and visitors are not permitted to wear fabric masks beyond the screening desk. If you arrive wearing a fabric mask, you will be given a procedure mask to wear. Masks must be worn for the duration of your visit.
All clients/visitors will be screened before they are allowed to enter a Community Services site. You must pass screening. All clients/visitors must also sign in during screening and provide their name, as well as a contact number.
Clients receiving services in their homes or areas outside of Providence Care facilities are strongly encouraged to wear a mask, but it is not required.
Click here to learn more about protective measures in place at our Community Services locations.