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COVID-19 Updates

Outbreak Notifications

Update: January 19, 2021 

Notification of COVID-19 outbreak on unit 4U 4-7 declared over

We are pleased to announce that the outbreak on 4U 4-7 Geriatric-Rehabilitation has been declared over as of January 16. There was a total of 15 patient cases associated with this outbreak. Sadly, two patients who had tested positive have subsequently died. On behalf of the staff and physicians at Seven Oaks Hospital, we extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of this patient and to all patients and families impacted by this outbreak.

We would like to thank our staff for their hard work and commitment to safe patient care during this challenging time.

Notification of COVID-19 positive patients on unit 5U 1-3

Seven Oaks Hospital is currently investigating COVID-19 positive cases linked to 5U 1-3. Currently, there are 1* active inpatient cases and 7 staff cases attributed to this outbreak. Other patients and staff who may have had a risk of contact without adequate protection have been isolated. Surveillance swabs to all patients on the unit have been conducted.

Outbreak protocols have been implemented at the hospital to ensure the ongoing protection of patients, staff and visitors. Anyone potentially exposed are being identified and directed to self-isolate and, if necessary, will be tested as we investigate the origins of the transmission.

Notification of COVID-19 positive patients on unit 4U 8-12

Seven Oaks Hospital is currently investigating COVID-19 positive cases linked to 4U 8-12. Currently, there are 0* active inpatient cases and 6 staff cases attributed to this outbreak. Other patients who may have had a risk of contact have been isolated. Surveillance swabs to all patients on the unit have been conducted.

Outbreak protocols have been implemented at the hospital to ensure the ongoing protection of patients, staff and visitors. Anyone potentially exposed are being identified and directed to self-isolate and, if necessary, will be tested as we investigate the origins of the transmission.

Sadly, four patients who had tested positive have subsequently died. On behalf of the staff and physicians at Seven Oaks Hospital, we extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of this patient and to all patients and families impacted by this outbreak.

*with the opening of 3U 10-12 as a COVID Positive red unit, the number of active cases on 5U1-3 and 4U8-12 have changed.

To help stop the spread of COVID-19, the following measures have been implemented:

  • Only COVID-19 recovered patient admissions to 5U1-3,  4U8-12
  • Restriction of visits to all inpatient units as per the Provincial Guidelines. We encourage families to continue virtual visits with their loved one.

These measures continue:

  • Enhanced environmental cleaning and disinfection of high touch surfaces.
  • Ensuring the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment, including donning and doffing of equipment.
  • Ensuring physical distancing on units and common areas.
  • Promoting proper hand hygiene practices.
Seven Oaks Hospital remains open. Clinics and procedures continue as usual. We are doing all that we can to contain transmission of COVID-19. Our efforts continue to keep patients, staff and our community safe. Regular updates will be provided as the situation unfolds.
Brenda Badiuk, President and COO, Seven Oaks Hospital   

Visitor Restrictions

Effective: December 10, 2020

 For the safety of your loved ones and our staff, we are not accepting visitors to any inpatient units. As per the Provincial Shared Health Guidelines.

Virtual Visits

  • We encourage families to continue virtual visits with their loved one. Contact Amy Schroeder (204) 792-1941 to coordinate.

 

If you have any questions please contact Patient Relations at PatientRelations@sogh.mb.ca

 

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