Following this recent relaxation of Covid guidelines and legislation in Wales we can confirm that the requirement to wear a face mask or covering will no longer be required within the hospice as Tuesday 31st May.
Any patient, or visitor who wishes to continue wearing a face mask can do so without prejudice.
The above arrangements will be regularly reviewed, and you will be notified if any further changes are to be made.
All visitors and outpatients will be advised to take a Lateral Flow Test (LFT) prior to coming into the hospice.
All visitors will be asked to confirm at reception that they do not have any of the following symptoms prior to entry:
– A new continuous cough
– A loss or change to your sense of smell or taste
– High temperature, or shivering
Any outpatient / Family Support Team patients who display symptoms will be asked to take a LFT and if positive will be asked to re-schedule their appointment or be seen virtually, where possible.
Maintain social distancing wherever possible.
In patient visitors are limited to two people at one time. This is reviewed in exceptional circumstances and at end of life at the discretion of the Ward Manager.
Regular hand washing and use of hand sanitiser and wiping down touchpoints.
If you have any concerns or questions relating to your hospice appointments or visits, please contact 01978 316800 prior to your visit.