This information is effective from 19th September 2022 and was last updated Tuesday 20th September 2022.
The safety, health and wellbeing of everyone is of utmost importance to us.
Whilst mask restrictions have been lifted in the community, as a healthcare provider they remain in place in our hospital.
Requirements for anyone entering North Shore Surgical Centre:
- wear a mask
- practice good hand hygiene
- report to reception on arrival.
Please do not visit our hospital if you are Covid-19 positive. For more information please go to https://covid19.govt.nz/
No one, including patients, should come to our facility if they feel unwell or have any of the following respiratory infection symptoms:
- a new or worsening cough
- sore throat
- shortness of breath
- head cold symptoms (runny nose, sneezing, nasal drip)
- muscle aches or fatigue
- loss of sense of smell
- a fever
If you are a household contact of someone with Covid-19, you need to follow the government recommendation regarding daily RAT and confirm a negative test before entering our hospital. Your specialist will also be asked to review you and discuss risks of you developing infection post operatively.
There is currently no requirement for patients or their support person to undertake pre-admission RAT testing.