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Visits and cohabitation

Visits

Visits from family and friends are encouraged, as they are part of the healing process. Visiting hours are determined based on patients' care needs and their comfort.

  • Parents are always admitted. Note that only one parent may sleep in the room.
  • No more than four visitors at a time, including the parents. However, note that some stricter rules may apply depending on the child's condition. For more information, please refer to your unit's Living Guide.
  • Visiting hours may be suspended or limited under certain circumstances.
  • Visiting hours
    Every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Visitors with signs or symptoms of infection, such as fever, cough, diarrhea, vomiting or rash, will not be admitted.

For visitors 12 or under, a questionnaire about their current health will need to be completed on their arrival. In the event that a patient is under infectious or preventive isolation, please contact the care team before coming.

Visitors must leave the room by the end of visiting hours, when the hospital staff requests it or according to the child's specific treatment plan, based on their particular condition.

Sound advice

If you have signs or symptoms of an infection, such as fever, cough, diarrhea, vomiting or a rash, please stay home and have someone else stay with your child.

Cohabitation

Please refer to the particularities of the hospitalization unit.

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Updated on 1/3/2017
Created on 7/11/2014
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