We very much appreciate this is a difficult time for you all. By strict adherence to our protocols, you are enabling us to keep some visiting available. We have an especially vulnerable patient/resident population in Marymount. The safety of our patients and staff is our priority at all times.
The below will come into effect on the 22nd of January 2022.
- Visiting can occur each Saturday, Sunday, and Wednesday.
- Visiting is between 3:00pm and 7:00pm ONLY.
- Two (2) nominated visitors only per day.
- ONLY essential visitors, e.g. immediate family / NoK.
- Check-in at reception is compulsory.
- Visitors will be asked to produce a COVID Vaccination Certificate.
- Visitors should consider self-testing with rapid antigen tests beforehand.
- Visitors must proceed to the Patients/Resident’s room and leave immediately after the visit.
- No eating/drinking on-site.
- You must wear a medical face covering at all times while on-site.
- You must clean your hands with the alcohol gel provided when entering and leaving wards/rooms/buildings.
Visiting from outside of Ireland
- Immediate family ONLY.
- Visits must be prearranged and deemed essential by the Senior Nurse in conjunction with the Senior Doctor.
- If such a visit is deemed essential, the following must be adhered to:
- Visitors must produce evidence of a negative test result (PCR/Antigen) taken within the preceding 48hrs.
- Visitors must wear full PPE to visit the Patient/Resident.
One of the most important ways of reducing transmission of infection from person to person is by good hand hygiene. Visitors to the hospital should use the alcohol gels available throughout the hospital to clean their hands before and after visiting patients or residents.
The above guidelines have been introduced for the safety and wellbeing of our patients, residents, and staff. For inquiries, call (021) 486 9100
Thank you for your understanding and patience with our protocol & we thank you for helping us to keep everyone safe in Marymount.
**These guidelines may change in line with national policy or changes in local risk.**