At Hobart Private Hospital we understand that the presence of patient’s friends, families and loved ones is important for their recovery.
Please read through the information below, to ensure you understand our hospitals policies before you arrive.
During the current phase of the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions to visiting hours to Critical Care and Cardiology, Medical and Surgical Units have been slightly eased from Saturday 27 June. You may now visit from 3.00-5.00pm and there can be two nominated visitors.
Maternity – partner or nominated person at all times, siblings of babies or 1 nominated visitor from 3 to 5 pm daily
All visitors will continue to complete screening form at front reception and have a visitor sticker.
All visitors must report to the reception or nurse station before visiting.
There is both metered parking and multi-storied public car parking facilities within close proximity of Hobart Private Hospital.
The local bus terminal is also within walking distance of the hospital.
Emergency patient 'drop off' can occur at the front entrance and the Department of Emergency Medicine, once the patient is in the care of hospital staff the car must be moved.
Visitor meals can be purchased.
Please speak to someone at the nurse station to order a visitor meal.
There are certain risks involved when bringing food into the hospital.
If you wish to bring food products into the hospital please talk to a nurse at the nurse's station.
Hobart Private Hospital is a 'no smoking facility' in accordance with Tasmanian legislation.
Please see restrictions as above.
All visitors must report to the nurse station prior to visiting.