Inpatients at Cabrini’s hospitals can have two visitors at a time, during our dedicated visiting hours.

For most wards, our visiting hours are between 10 am – 2.30 pm and 4.30 – 8 pm, with a rest period in the middle of the day.

There are special arrangements in place for our maternity ward, paediatrics ward, rehabilitation wards and Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Please click here for more information about these areas. It is also a good idea to check with your loved one or their care team before visiting.

Patients attending the emergency department, outpatient appointments and day oncology wards can have one visitor accompany them, with no time limit.

For more information about visiting Cabrini Residential Aged Care at Ashwood, please click here.

If you have any questions about your specific circumstances, please speak with a member of your loved one’s care team for further guidance.

Please note, all visitors to Cabrini must collect a fresh mask from our entrances. If you are not double-vaccinated against COVID-19, you will need to wear an N95 mask during your visit – please refer to the information below.

 

COVID-19 vaccination – information for visitors

All visitors to Cabrini must show proof of double COVID-19 vaccination, or provide a negative rapid antigen test (RAT) taken and dated on the day of their visit.

Visitors are responsible for obtaining and taking the RAT and are unable to collect a RAT from Cabrini.

Any visitor who cannot provide proof of double COVID-19 vaccination will need to wear an N95 mask, provided at Cabrini’s entrance, for the duration of their visit.

Please carry your proof of vaccination, vaccination exemption, or negative RAT on you at all times when visiting.

Please note, patients can attend Cabrini for treatment and care, regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status

Please respect our staff and adhere to all directives, as we work through this together.