All visitors are asked to observe visiting hours and respect the privacy of our patients.
COVID-19 VISITING HOURS | EFFECTIVE FROM 25 JANUARY, 2021.
Hospital Visitors Direction (No. 16)
Suspended quarantine-free travel from New Zealand effective 25 January, 2021 for 72 hours.
With respect to Hospital Visitors Direction (No. 16), this means that anyone who has arrived in Australia from overseas, including New Zealand, in the preceding 14 days is prohibited from visiting unless they fall within a specific category as outlined in the Direction.
Hospital visiting hours are reduced, in accordance with Queensland Health visitor restrictions whilst balancing the needs of patients and their families/carers with the risks associated with coronavirus (COVID-19).
Hand hygiene, infection control, visitor screening including temperature checks and social distancing also continues, for the safety and wellbeing of everyone at our hospital.
No more than two visitors may visit a patient at any one time, up to two hours daily provided this is within our hospital’s visiting hours – currently:
Visitors must report to the staff station on arrival.
If you are visiting a patient in twin share accommodation, visits are to be conducted in common areas. In consideration of all patients and visitors, please be mindful of noise levels when using our common areas.
All patients admitted to hospital agree to attend our group programs, therefore visits during program times are not allowed. As this is a contractual agreement, non-attendance is permitted only under exceptional circumstances, and with authorisation from the patient's treating Psychiatrist.
Children are welcome at Currumbin Clinic but must be supervised by an adult at all times.