Published on: 28th July 2021

Visiting will be strictly by appointment only and patients will be able to receive two visits per week.   However, visitors to the ward will be restricted and appointments will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Bookings can be made by contacting the ward where the patient is admitted.  The visitor’s telephone number and email address will be required when booking a visiting appointment.  Weekend bookings will need to be booked and confirmed by Friday afternoon.  Please be aware that only one visitor to each patient will be admitted to the Ward at each visit and the visits will not be open to children under the age of 18.

Visitors will be asked to complete a screening check on arrival at the Ward prior to the start of the visit.  If a visitor answers positively to any of the questions in the screening check or demonstrates signs of any of the symptoms of Covid 19, the visitor will be advised to go home and self-isolate and the visit cancelled. 

All visitors will be asked to wear a surgical face mask throughout the visit and will be expected to comply with social distancing measures. Good hand hygiene practices will be advised to both patient and visitors.  Visits will be monitored by ward staff who will be available if there are any concerns.

 

 

 

Alan Bray Unit

020 8909 5733

Rnoh.Abuvisitorbookings@nhs.net

 

London Spinal Cord Injury Unit

020 8909 5588/5583

rnoh.scicwardclerks@nhs.net

Sir William Coxen Ward

0203 947 0066

rnoh.coxennurseincharge@nhs.net

Duke of Gloucester Ward

020 8909 5485

rnoh.dukeofgloucesterwardvisitingbooking@nhs.net

 

London Irish Ward

020 8909 5561

rnoh.londonirishbookingteam@nhs.net

 

Private Care Unit

020 8909 5715

rnoh.ppuvisiting@nhs.net

 

Jackson Burrows Ward

020 8909 5663

Or

020 8909 5590

 

rnoh.ShortStayUnitPatientvisitorsbooking@nhs.net

 

The Coleman Unit

020 8909 5663

Or

020 8909 5590

 

rnoh.ShortStayUnitPatientvisitorsbooking@nhs.net

 

Jubilee Ward

020 8909 5341

Elizabeth.powell2@nhs.net

 

rnoh.Jubileenurses@nhs.net

 

 

Yes

No

1

Have you been confirmed as Covid-19 positive?

 

 

2

Have you had any suspected symptoms of Covid 19?

 

 

3

Have you been with someone in their household or a close contact who has recently had or is currently presenting with the signs and symptoms of Covid 19 (see below)?

 

 

4

Have you been in contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid 19?  Are you isolating as a contact of someone who is Covid 19 positive?

 

 

5

Have you been contacted by Test and Trace to say you are a contact of a Covid 19 positive patient and must self-isolate?

 

 

6

Are you isolating due to anticipated surgery?

 

 

7

Have you travelled overseas in the last 10 days and are you self-isolating following recent travel guidance?  See guidance: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england?step-by-step-nav=8c0c7b83-5e0b-4bed-9121-1c394e2f96f3

 

 

 

HAS THE VISITOR EXPERIENCED ANY OF THE BELOW SYMPTOMS WITHIN THE LAST 48 HOURS:

 

 

1

Fever (>37.8c)/Chills

 

 

2

New and persistent cough

 

 

3

New onset muscle or body aches/fatigue

 

 

4

Loss or alteration to sense of taste or smell

 

 

5

Unexplained shortness of breath/difficulty breathing

 

 

6

Unexplained headache

 

 

7

Other flu-like symptoms (sore throat, congestion, runny nose)

 

 

8

Diarrhoea

 

 

9

A new rash on the skin or discolouration of the fingers or toes

 

 

10

Conjunctivitis