COVID-19 Screening for Elective Patient Admissions Into Hospital
In order to protect the safety of all our patients, staff and visitors, St Vincent’s Health Australia, St Vincent’s Private Hospital and St Vincent’s Clinic have very strict policies in place to ensure that all patients being admitted into the Hospital and our Clinic are appropriately screened in accordance with our guidelines.
Due to the de-escalation to Green Alert from Monday 22 February, we will return to routine COVID-19 screening questions for all elective surgery patients being completed with the hospital team prior to admission.
COVID-19 testing prior to admission is only required for patients with known close contact with a COVID-19 positive case. In these cases, where possible, it is preferred that patients wait until the self- isolation period has been completed before booking into hospital.
A reminder that we recommend that if you need to undertake a COVID-19 test you attend your local testing clinic. The closest testing clinic to St Vincent’s is the East Sydney Clinic at 34 Burton St, Darlinghurst. Please note that patients are NOT to present to the St Vincent’s Emergency Department for testing.
Visiting a Patient
Normal visiting hours have resumed to 11.00am – 1.00pm and 2.30 - 8.30pm
Please do not enter our Hospital or visit patients:
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