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Contact information

St-Elisabeth site - Uccle
02-614 20 00
St-Michel site - Etterbeek
02-614 30 00
Bella Vita Medical Center
02-614 42 00

Visits

From 21st of July 2021, the following rules must be observed for visits to hospital patients:

  • Mask is mandatory
  • Disinfect your hands
  • Keep your distance
  • Visits from 2pm to 6pm, 7 days a week
  • Maximum 1 person/1H a day/per patient
  • Visitors are preferably vaccinated
  • Visitors are asked to avoid visiting with children
  • In case of suspicion of Covid-19 entry prohibited

The hospital is a place with fragile patients where it is necessary to be even more careful than elsewhere. We are all responsible for the safety of our loved ones.

 

Exception "Maternity"

At the time of the birth, the partner chooses between 2 types of visiting arrangements:

  • Staying in the room 24 hours a day for the duration of the hospital stay (if it is a private room). Traffic in the corridors of the maternity ward must be kept to a minimum ; 
  • If the partner prefers not to stay in the room 24 hours a day, he or she may visit once a day without any time limit. In this case it is not possible to spend the night in the room. The visit can only take place in the room, not in the corridors. Additional visits are not allowed;
  • Children are not allowed.

 

Exception "Neonatology"

Both parents can come and visit.

Exception "Paediatrics"

  • A parent or tutor can choose between 2 types of visits in the event of a hospitalisation:

  • 1. Staying in the room 24 hours a day for the duration of the hospital stay. Movement in the corridors of the paediatric ward must be kept to a minimum. If the parent or tutor prefers not to stay in the room 24 hours a day, he or she may visit the room once a day without any time limit. In this case, it is not possible to spend the night in the room. The visit can only take place in the room, not in the corridors. Additional visits are not permitted.
    2. If one parent stays overnight, the other parent or a second adult may visit once a day during official visiting hours. During the day, visits are permitted from 3pm to 7pm and the duration is 1.5 hours. Additional note: if another parent decides to take over even temporarily he or she must also be given a screening questionnaire.

  • Paediatric activities are interrupted until further notice.

Exception "Intensive Care"

Maximum 1 adult/per day/per patient and always with prior medical approval.

 

Exception "Patients at the End of Life"

Maximum 1 adult/per day/per patient and always with prior medical approval.

Visit to hospitalized patients at the End of Life and "COVID-19 positive"

Even for a COVID-19 patient, it must also be possible for family members to be able to say goodbye to him/her at the hospital. A maximum effort must be made to ensure that first-degree relatives are able to say goodbye to their end-of-life family member. We therefore ask you to respect the following measures:

 

  • A maximum of 2 adult persons will be admitted, during a single visit to the patient ;
  • The visit is limited to 1 hour as far as possible;
  • Family members are not allowed to touch the patient and must wear personal protective equipment (PPE).