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COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Outbreaks

4U4-7 declared on November 24, 2023

Outbreak management has been initiated and appropriate infection prevention and control measures are being taken.

Any staff illness that may be attributed to outbreaks are being managed by Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety (OESH).

Outbreak protocols have been implemented at the hospital to ensure the ongoing protection of patients, staff and visitors.

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

  • Limited patient admissions to  4U4-7 as per Shared Health Guidelines
  • Limited access for visitors and Designated Family Caregivers to patients on  4U4-7 as per Shared Health Guidelines. We encourage families to continue virtual visits with their loved ones.

COVID Outbreak Declared Over: 3U4-7

We are pleased to announce that the COVID-19 outbreak at Seven Oaks General Hospital with a start date of November 21, 2023 has now been declared over.

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

Any staff illness that may be attributed to this outbreak are being managed by Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety (OESH).

No further cases were found via enhanced case findings therefore the outbreak was declared over on November 24, 2023. Visitor access to 3u4-7 can resume on November 28, 2023.

Visitor Access

We support visitor access in non-outbreak inpatient areas along with access for Designated Caregivers in outpatient and Urgent Care services.  Read more here.

Visiting Hours: 8:00am-8:30pm | enter via the Leila Ave. entrance

To coordinate a virtual visit with your loved one, contact Carlie Caslake at 204-632-3390

Masks Recommended

For general visitors, designated care providers and individuals seeking care, masks will be readily available and strongly encouraged, but will not be required except in areas where an immunocompromised population is receiving care. Signage will indicate where masks are required.

Symptomatic patients/residents/clients will continue to be asked to wear a mask for the safety of everyone around them (as tolerated).

In areas where Additional Precautions are in place, designated caregivers and general visitors will be able to visit with appropriate PPE.

In areas of outbreak, designated caregivers can continue to visit with appropriate PPE.

If you have any questions or concerns about visitation, please email [email protected]

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