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

Welcome to Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
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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

As part of the provincially-coordinated approach to preventing the spread of COVID-19, we are taking appropriate measures to protect staff and patients.

Visitor Guidelines
Care teams will work together with patients and family members to consider individual circumstances, in accordance with provincial guidelines. Most patients staying in hospital (inpatients) will be eligible to identify one designated support person who may visit daily, with appropriate considerations and precautions in place. All visitors will be screened prior to entry. Visitors are NOT allowed in outpatient care areas (day surgery, ambulatory care, emergency department, dialysis, obstetrical triage, diagnostic imaging or laboratory services). Escorts will be allowed for special circumstances on a case-by-case basis.

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 to the designated entrances.
Designated entrances:
665 William Ave (Women’s Hospital)
700 William Ave (main entrance, Children’s Emergency, Adult Emergency)
771 Bannatyne Ave (PsychHealth Centre)
817 Bannatyne Ave (Mental Health Crisis Response Centre)
765 Sherbrook St (Sherbrook Dialysis Centre)
820 Sherbrook St (access to Children's Hospital, Rehab, main campus)
Patients going to Community Services Building, 685 William Ave, please enter at 700 William and follow directions for tunnel access to the Community Services Building.
Dialysis patient pickup/drop off & waiting area is at the 820 Sherbrook entrance.

The following are restricted to STAFF ONLY: 707 McDermot Avenue entrance; All office and support buildings; Tunnel access from all parkades.

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

Personal items for patients
Items must be disinfected upon arrival to the patient room (where possible). The items must be dedicated to the intended patient only, and not shared with other patients. Approved items include newspapers, cards, books, flowers, bedding, stuffed animals, magazines, puzzles.

Food & beverages: takeout, delivery, or brought-from-home
Purchased food packaged in paper, plastic, cardboard or styrofoam containers/bags is permitted within HSC. Please bring personal food from home, and related supplies, in a wipeable container. Kitchenettes and ice machines are closed to direct patient access. Staff will continue to make arrangements to provide patients with snacks and drinks to continue to meet this requirement.

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

Exceptional teamwork in action: Earlier this year, Shared Health Emergency Response Services, HSC Emergency Department, Interventional Neuroradiology and Shared Health Diagnostic Imaging completed a Mock Stroke 25 to help get used to new surroundings. To learn more, watch the video https://vimeo.com/397210083

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.