Hospital visiting guidelines updated 16 September 2022: Hospital visitors must wear a surgical/medical paper mask. Fabric face coverings are not acceptable. See our COVID-19 page for general COVID-19 advice, detailed hospital visiting guidelines and COVID-19 tests.
See www.vaccinatecanterburywestcoast.nz for info on vaccinations.
16 September 2022
Some visitor restrictions for all Te Whatu Ora Te Tai o Poutini West Coast health facilities remain in place, but we have relaxed others.
There is still a heightened risk to vulnerable people in hospital and so people must continue to wear a mask when visiting any of our facilities and follow other advice designed to keep patients, staff and other visitors safe.
Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding as our staff work hard to protect and care for some of the most vulnerable in our community.
Visitors are welcome at our Aged Care Residential facilities, subject to the space available. All visitors must wear a surgical mask.
Grazed knee, light cough, go to healthinfo.co.nz
Diarrhoea, runny nose, hayfever, sore throat
Unwell? Call your practice to talk to a nurse after hours
Non-urgent health concerns, ear pain, fever
Serious accidents, chest pains, stroke call 111
It’s important to talk to your children about puberty. Try to start talking to them before signs of puberty develop so they know what to expect ahead of time.
These resources can help you understand what your child is going through and how to help them.
Page last updated: 29 October 2018
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