Visit a relative at Centre Fòrum

THIS VISITING REGIME WILL BE FOLLOWED WHENEVER THE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SITUATION ALLOWS IT AND IN NON-COVID UNITS THAT ARE NOT IN AN OUTBREAK SITUATION.

GENERAL RULES:

  • Preferably, always the same accompanying person with complete vaccination schedule.
  • Hand hygiene.
  • Mandatory use of masks. Visitors should bring them from home:
    • FFP2 mask: COVID Units or suspected COVID, Units in outbreak and patients with respiratory pathology who are in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
    • Surgical mask: all other units.
  • In order to avoid possible infections to the patients, plants, flowers, plush toys and/or food cannot be brought.

At the time of admission and discharge, a family member is allowed to accompany the patient to the hospitalisation unit.

During the stay, as long as the capacity of the units allows it and at the discretion of the supervision of each service and/or unit:

Geriatric Units (Convalescence, Subacute and Long Stay)

  • Visits every day from the first day of admission.
  • 1 persons per visit.
  • Opening hours: from 10:00 h to 20:00 h.

COVID or outbreak hospitalisation units

Visits are not authorised.

Acute Psychiatry Units

  • Daily visit per inpatient.
  • The visit will always be by appointment.
  • Only 1 person in each visit.
  • Schedule: Monday to Friday, from 4 to 7 pm, and holidays and weekends, from 10 am to 1 pm and from 4 to 7 pm.
  • Duration of the visit: 2 hours.
  • The allocation to the different slots and days will be made in a personalized way from the unit.

Subacute Psychiatry Units

  • Daily visit per inpatient.
  • The visit will always be by appointment.
  • Only 1 person in each visit.
  • Schedule: Monday to Friday, from 4 to 7 pm, and holidays and weekends, from 10 am to 7 pm.
  • Duration of the visit: 2 hours.
  • The allocation to the different slots and days will be made in a personalized way from the unit.

Exceptional cases

  • Dementia and/or cognitive impairment, with severe behavioural and/or severe confusional disorder.
  • Severe anxious and/or depressive pathology.
  • Severe sensory deficit.
  • End-of-life situation.