Visiting hours

General visiting hours

Our general visiting hours, which apply to most of our departments, are between 15.30 – 19.30.

In order to lower the risk of coronavirus infections at our hospital, we will attempt to keep the number of people at the hospital at a minimum. This involves restrictions on people visiting patients at one of our wards, and people accompanying patients to their appointments (support people).

No more than two people at once in a patient room

All visitors will need to wear a face mask. This face mask should stay on in the patient room. Do not visit if you have a fever or if you are experiencing symptoms that could be related to COVID-19 (cough, cold symptoms, or a sore throat)

Support people

All departments have different rules regarding support people – people who bring you to your appointment. Your support person can visit you during the general visiting hours.

Clinics – Radiotherapy – Diagnostics and Treatment Center (OBC)
You can bring more than one person with you to your appointment.

Radiology – Nuclear medicine
You cannot bring someone with you to your appointment due to the radiation. Support people can wait in the hall or waiting room.

Outpatient clinic
You can bring one support person.

Intensive Care

Patients staying in our Intensive Care unit can receive visitors between 10.00 - 22.00

Patients can receive two visitors every 24 hours.