COVID-19 Level 5 Visiting Restrictions Apply
|Monday to Friday: (including Bank Holidays)
||Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays:
|Level 5 visiting restrictions apply
|| Level 5 visiting restrictions apply
In the current COVID-19 pandemic, the NRH has introduced robust infection prevention and control procedures to help keep patients, family members and staff as safe as possible and to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus.
In line with Government and National Public Health Level 5 guidance, there is no open visiting for members of the public, family and friends of patients at this time.
Visits are permitted only under critical or compassionate circumstances, and all visits must be approved and arranged by the treating team.
• Where compassionate circumstances are met, patients are permitted to have one visit from one person for one hour every two weeks.
• Carer training is considered a critical circumstance and should be planned and arranged carefully by the treating team to minimise risk to patients and staff.
In the interest of the health and safety of our patients, family members and staff, we ask that the guidance above is strictly adhered to in order to help us manage and control the spread of infection and to minimise the potential for the transmission of the Coronavirus, COVID-19.
The current guidance may change depending on national guidelines and medical advice. We will keep patients and families informed as guidance is updated.
Please do not to attend the Hospital unannounced as we are unable to facilitate visits in these circumstances and visitors cannot be permitted to enter the building.
If you have visited a patient at the NRH under critical or compassionate circumstances, and are later confirmed as having COVID-19, it is extremely important that that you contact the hospital to inform us, to allow appropriate contact tracing and testing to take place.
Contact with Patients through Technology
The treating team are also happy to support patients to maintain contact with family and friends via phone, Skype or Zoom calls if assistance is needed.
Family members and key support people can also be part of meetings with the team or other key therapy sessions, through Skype or other platforms such as tele-conference calls. Please ask a member of the treating team if you would like this to be facilitated.
Thank you for your cooperation. We regret any inconvenience these measures may cause.
For more information on Coronavirus (COVID-19) please www.hse.ie
or call the HSE helpline on 1850 241850
Contact numbers for NRH Rehabilitation Units
||(01) 235 5841
||(01) 235 5763
||(01) 235 5990
||(01) 235 5890
||(01) 235 5940
||(01) 235 5900
||(01) 235 5820
||(01) 235 5700
||(01) 235 5870
||(01) 235 5800