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5 months ago

Maternity Associates
The latest as we move into level 2.At 11.59 pm tonight the country moves into Alert Level 2 ✌🏽This means we can let more visitors back into our North Shore and Waitakere hospitals. From 8:00 am Thursday, 18th February the following new visitor rules will be in place until further notice:▪️Patients in the majority of inpatient areas of the hospital will be allowed two nominated visitors. They must be the same two people for the length of the patient’s stay and over the age of 15. Only one can visit at a time (and not on the same day). Our visiting hours will be from 8am – 8pm.▪️Patients in other speciality areas such as the Emergency Department (ED), Assessment Diagnostic Unit (ADU), Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) will have more specific restrictions such as one nominated visitor only. ▪️For maternity, women will be able to have two support people with them during labour and birth, with the same two people able to visit the post-natal ward. ▪️Due to physical distancing requirements our day-stay patients are unable to have visitors.▪️One support person for outpatient appointments▪️All visitors will need to complete a health screening check upon arrival and wear a face covering. We realise you are all eager to visit your loved ones, but you cannot visit if you feel even the tiniest bit unwell.We hope you can understand the continued need to be careful and support safe physical distancing practices. Please remember that we continue to be supportive of you keeping in touch with your family members via phone or zoom as a way of allowing virtual visiting. ...
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5 months ago

Maternity Associates
maternity associates has made the decision to cancel the:Annual Teddy bears picnic18 February 202110-12pmAt Milford reserveCraig road ...
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5 months ago

Maternity Associates
Kia ora whānau, to ensure that we can continue to deliver the best health services at our hospitals and in the community, we need your help and support.The Auckland region has moved to Alert Level 3, and a new temporary visitor policy has come into effect. To keep patients, whānau and staff safe, members of the public are unable to visit patients in our hospitals, clinics, or other community facilities.In some cases, exceptions to this policy will be made on essential and compassionate grounds – for example, a parent or guardian supporting a child. The decision will be made by a lead clinician, and the visitor will undergo screening before they enter to ensure they are well, have clean hands, and are using appropriate personal protective equipment.During Alert Level 3, pregnant women can have one support person with them during labour and birth. After you have had your baby, you will be able to have one support person during your postnatal stay. Our hospitals will continue with planned care, including clinics and surgery. We ask patients to please keep their appointments unless they are advised otherwise by a specialist or public health official. Please bring proof of your appointment with you. If you or anyone in your household feels unwell, please stay home and contact us to reschedule.Thank you for your support as we work to slow the spread of COVID-19 and help save lives. ...
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11 months ago

Maternity Associates
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