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From Monday 18 May, more opportunity will be allowed to visit loved ones in Gisborne Hospital.
Visiting restrictions are still necessary at Gisborne Hospital to protect our patients and staff, says Clinical Care manager Lynsey Bartlett. “While this remains our highest priority, we also recognise the support that friends and whānau provide to our patients when they visit.”
Wherever possible, we encourage families to stay in touch with patients virtually through FaceTime, phone and other apps. Free wifi is available at Gisborne Hospital for this purpose.
Visiting under Alert Level 2:
Visiting hours are between 2pm-5pm only.
There are now two entries at Gisborne Hospital that are open to the public.
Please note that discretion around visiting a critically unwell patient sits with the Charge Nurse Manager. If you are planning to visit someone critically unwell, please call ahead on 06-869 0500 to arrange.
Gisborne Hospital remains a safe place during Alert Level 2. Please help us to keep it that way. If you are feeling unwell, please do not visit patients at Gisborne Hospital.