Patient and visitor information
At Calvary Lenah Valley Hospital we aim to give the best possible care and support to ensure your wellbeing and comfort.
We are located at 49 Augusta Rd, Lenah Valley TAS 7008 and have a Private Accident and Emergency Department.
Current Visitor Guidelines
Calvary Lenah Valley and Calvary St John’s Hospitals in Hobart
Effective 19th September 2022
- All visitors (over 12yrs) will be required to wear a surgical mask
- All visitors must be well and not have any cold or flu or gastrointestinal upset symptoms
- All visitors must not be within 7 days of close contact with a person with COVID-19
Limit of one adult at a time. A limit of 60 minutes per visit will apply.
For paediatric patients (2) parents may visit at the same time.
For maternity, the support partner is not counted in the visitor limit.
- No Visitors to these Acute Care Areas
Procedural areas such as Endoscopy, Day Oncology and Day Surgery Areas will still remain under the exclusion. These areas will only permit support persons / accompanying parents or carers by an exemption process.
- Flexibility to the above is considered for special circumstances (people requiring carers, patients with disabilities and of course families experiencing end-of-life circumstances.
Accompanying children (under 16) are permitted to visit and are not counted in the daily visitor limit. They must be with their parent/carer during the visit.
Visitors are able to visit wards between the hours of 12 noon and 6 pm daily.
- Visitors will not need to undergo a RAT unless they remain onsite for more than 4 hours (granted as an exemption only).
- Visitors who are visiting an immunocompromised patient or a baby in our Special Care Nursery will be required to undergo a RAT.
Thank you for your understanding and support.
For the latest jurisdictional COVID-19 information, please visit the Tasmanian Government website.
Please contact the facility if you have any questions.
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Please note that new visitor restrictions have been introduced to help us stop the spread of COVID-19. For more information visit www.calvarycoronavirusupdates.org.au