For the safety of your loved ones and our staff, we have implemented the following measures:
- 665 William Avenue (HSC Women’s Hospital)
- 700 William Avenue (main entrance, Children’s and Adult Emergency)
- 820 Sherbrook Street (HSC Children’s, Rehab, Dialysis drop-off and waiting area)
- 771 Bannatyne Avenue (PsychHealth Centre)
- 817 Bannatyne Avenue (Mental Health Crisis Response Centre)
Visitors must wear a medical mask provided by HSC, pass the screening requirement, practice proper hand hygiene, and always maintain physical distancing.
Visits must occur during visiting hours: 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and do not include “come and go” access.
Temporary restriction, effective April 1, 2022: Due to recent increases in the number of children with RSV related illnesses, children under 5 years of age are currently not permitted to visit in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Expanded visitation – Phase One
(Updated February 28, 2022)
As of March 1, 2022, essential care partners and general visitors are no longer required to provide proof of vaccination upon entry to health-care facilities.
At HSC, the following changes take effect on Tuesday, March 1:
- Up to two General Visitors will be permitted in Green Zones. Up to one visitor will be permitted in the room at one time
- Patient vaccination status (or roommate vaccination status) is also no longer a consideration when determining visitation
- Essential Care Partners may be permitted in Emergency Departments and for outpatient appointments, if space permits
- General Visitor access for Orange and Red Zone patients is not permitted
- Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the care team
For details and exceptions, see:
For exceptions, see Essential Care Partner and Visitor Guidelines.
Masks continue to be required at HSC and a medical mask will be provided prior to entry. Exceptions exist for children under 5, those who cannot put on/remove them on their own, and those actively experiencing breathing difficulties.
Manitobans are reminded that there are no valid face mask medical exemption cards available in Manitoba. These cards will not be accepted at HSC.
Do your part: Preventing the spread of COVID-19 is everyone’s responsibility