As always, the protection of our patients and staff is our highest priority.
[Last updated 24 December, 2021]
Dear Patients and visitors
The ACT Government have reviewed the visiting rules in light of the increasing numbers of Covid-19 infections.
From today until 11.59pm 25.12.21 two visitors are allowed into National Capital Private Hospital.
The from 12.01am on 26.12.21 when NO visitors will be allowed unless in extenuating circumstances.
These changes have been made to keep all our patients and staff safe, thank you for your understanding.
Visitors should be fully Covid-19 vaccinated, where eligible.
A patient list will be kept at the front doors and visitors added to the register when entering so that the restriction for two visitors is complied with.
It is requested that children under 12 years of age do not enter a healthcare facility unless pre-exempted.
When entering NCPH you are required to wear a surgical face mask at all times.
You should complete the digital screening tool – and obtain a green tick.
If you do not pass the screening questionnaire entry will be denied, unless pre-exempted.
We request that visitor restrict their movements within the hospital & practice good hand& respiratory hygiene
For exemptions please contact Exemptions.ncph@Healthscope.com.au
DO NOT ENTER THIS HEALTHCARE FACILITY IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS - thank you for keeping our hospital safe.
Car parking is available for visitors and patients at various sites located on the hospital grounds.
All zones are clearly marked providing direction on duration of parking.
Disabled parking is available at the rear of the hospital, patients with disabilities or those acutely unwell may be dropped off at the main entrance to the hospital.
Patients who are attending the Day Chemotherapy and Infusion Unit should advise the unit receptionist if they exceed the parking time due to medical requirements.
There is a bus stop within 200 metres of the main entrance to the hospital that takes patients directly to the Woden Plaza interchange.
A taxi rank is also located within 200 metres of the hospital, alternatively our friendly reception staff can call a taxi for you.
Mail will be delivered directly to patient rooms by our clerical officers. Should you wish to mail any letters, a letterbox is located on the first floor.
Newspapers and magazines
Magazines and newspapers can be purchased from the receptionist desk on level one.
Cafes, florist and other facilities are available in the main foyer of The Canberra Hospital main entrance.
Access to a chapel and religious services are available upon request.
In the interest of health, staff, patients and visitors are encouraged not to smoke while on the premises, or the immediate grounds. National Capital Private Hospital is located in the grounds of ACT Health who have a smoke free campus policy.