Relatives and visitors
Patients may be accompanied round the clock by one person who will be able to stay in the patient's room overnight. There are no limitations on visitors except for restrictions due to clinical reasons. Many of the medical and nursing activities take place in the morning so your friends and relatives will find it is more convenient to visit in the afternoon and evening.
Do not forget that excessively long or frequent visits may tire you out. Please remember at all times that you are in a hospital:
- Try to limit the number of persons accompanying each patient.
- Avoid loud conversations or loitering in corridors.
- Respect others' need to rest.
Generally speaking, visits by children under 12 years of age are not recommended. You must understand that a hospital is not a suitable place for a child and could be detrimental to his or her health. Accommodation for relatives and persons accompanying you.
If your relatives or other persons accompanying you require accomodation, there are a number of hotels in the area.
If you would like more information, please contact the hospital:
Tel. 968 365 000
Fax: 968 250 977