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 COVID-19 Information: Latest updates for Manitobans and resources for health providers.

Welcome to Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
24-hour inquiries, call 204-787-3661 or toll-free 1-877-499-8774
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To ensure a safe and comfortable environment for everyone, the following are
NOT PERMITTED in the buildings or on the grounds: smoking, vaping, weapons, alcoholic beverages or other intoxicants, fragrance oils. Please do not use perfume or scented products before coming to HSC Winnipeg or while you are in the hospital - scented products can aggravate health issues. Thank You.

Send a personalized greeting to your loved one in hospital
HSC Well Wishes program gives loved ones the opportunity to send adult patients a personalized greeting. It is a free service facilitated by Volunteer Services staff. Click here for more information and to send your greeting

NEW - Visitation Guidelines
Effective until further notice

The guidelines under code red have changed. Casual visits are not allowed unless one person is identified as an essential care partner. For inpatients, regardless of length of stay, visitors should not be permitted (whereas before if their stay was longer than 14 days, they were allowed one visitor). Loved ones are encouraged to keep in touch with patients through phone and video calls.

NEW - Essential Care Partner and Visitor Guidelines - Provincial Response Level RED
All essential care partners must bring and wear a non-medical mask, pass the screening requirement, practice proper hand hygiene, and always maintain physical distancing. For detailed information, including Essential Care Partner definition, visitation exceptions and requirements, see Essential Care Partner and Visitor Guidelines - Provincial Response Level RED

Preventing the spread of this virus within our facilities remains a central priority. The likelihood that COVID-19 will be a part of our “new normal” for a longer duration requires us to find a sustainable balance between preventative measures and the many benefits of interaction between patients and their support systems, including essential care partners and other visitors.

Designated Entrances, Enhanced Screening
Before entering, you will be asked several questions about your health and recent travel. Security will be on-site to provide direction.

These are the designated entrances for the HSC Winnipeg campus:
665 William Ave (access to Women’s Hospital)
700 William Ave (main entrance, access to Children’s Emergency, Adult Emergency, Community Services Building)
• 820 Sherbrook St (main entrance, access to Children's, Rehab, Dialysis drop-off and waiting area)
771 Bannatyne Ave (access to PsycHealth Centre)
817 Bannatyne Ave (access to Mental Health Crisis Response Centre)
765 Sherbrook St (access to Sherbrook Dialysis Centre)

The following areas are estricted to STAFF ONLY:
All office and support buildings; Tunnel access from all parkades

Map showing HSC designated main entrances: click here
Map of HSC Winnipeg Women's Hospital: click here
Map of the whole HSC campus: click here

Parkades at Sherbrook (underground), William Ave, Emily St, Tecumseh St, and HSC Women’s Hospital (underground) are open for patients, visitors, and staff. Click here for detailed information about parking

COVID-19 TESTING - All Manitobans with symptoms may now self-refer to COVID-19 testing locations. For details and testing locations, visit https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/locations.html

Women's Health and Neonatal Intensive Care services are now provided at
665 William Ave (at the corner of Sherbrook St). For more information about the new facility, visit these links:

Shared Health acknowledges that it provides services in facilities located on the original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. Shared Health Inc. respects that the First Nation treaties were made on these territories and acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past, and we dedicate ourselves to collaborate in partnership with First Nation, Métis and Inuit people in the spirit of reconciliation.