As per Government Guidelines in relation to services for older people, as of December 26th visiting to our service cannot be facilitated; except in critical or compassionate circumstances. In such cases a more individual approach to visiting may be taken as determined by management and the senior nursing and medical team.  


Marymount acknowledges the devastating impact the Covid 19 pandemic has had on our residents and their families, especially with regards to the necessary visiting restrictions implemented. We will endeavor to support all our residents to communicate virtually with their families insofar as possible and we ask for your ongoing support. 


Please get in touch with the relevant ward/nurse manager to find out other ways we can facilitate connections with your loved ones. 

The above measures will be kept under close review and will be amended as necessary in line with national guidelines.

Click to download our Service for the Older Person Visitor Information Leaflet updated for Dec 26th

In the case that a visit is being facilitated under critical or compassionate circumstances, we respectfully request that visitors do not enter Marymount if any of the following apply:

  •  A high temperature
  •  A cough
  • A sore throat
  • Loss of taste/ smell
  • Close or casual contact with a known positive case of Covid in the last 14 days (irrespective of swab result)
  • If awaiting a Covid swab/result of same
  • If you have had a positive test result in the last 14 days
  • If you have traveled from abroad
  • If you have been advised to self isolate

To keep everyone’s risk to a minimum, visitors are kindly reminded that the following rules currently apply;

  • Sanitise their hands when arriving and leaving
  • Wear a surgical mask (provided) throughout the visit unless eating or drinking
  • Check in is mandatory and will include temperature check and risk assessment questionnaire
  • Practice social distancing at all times
  • Remain in the patient’s room for the duration of the visit, using the en-suite if needed
  • If a visitor leaves the building re entry will not be possible until the next scheduled visit.

Where the patient is Covid-19 positive or suspected the rules above may be altered and we will work with individual families in this regard.