Tips for your visit

A short visit is fun; a long one is tiring

A short visit is fun; a long one is tiring
  • Remember the visiting hours and contact the patient in advance to agree a suitable time. Keep your visits short, every patient should get enough rest.
  • The provision of care always has priority. Wait outside if the healthcare provider is in the patient's room.
  • In rooms with several patients, keep the other patient(s) in mind.

Finding your way in our hospital

Finding your way in our hospital

You know the department and room number, but you don't know how to get there? Our route system will take you quickly to your destination in our hospital. You can find the location you are looking for on our overview page of nursing wards.

You can always speak to a staff member to ask for help.

Some tips before you visit

Some tips before you visit
  • Do not visit if you have a cold or flu.
  • Respect visiting hours. Deviation from the rules is only permitted in consultation with the head nurse.
  • Would you like to speak to someone from nursing? Please ask for the head nurse. If he/she is absent, you can make an appointment through a nurse on duty.
  • Park your car in the spaces provided and remember that you have to pay for parking.

Some tips for in and around our hospitals

Some tips for in and around our hospitals
  • Don’t give germs a chance:
    • Ensure good hand hygiene: wash your hands with soap or use hand alcohol when you enter a room, after using the toilet, after coughing or sneezing, when you provide care (e.g. helping patient eat or visit the toilet).
    • Cough or sneeze into a paper tissue and dispose of it immediately into the bin.
    • For hygienic reasons, do not use the patient's sanitary facilities. There are toilets for visitors.
    • Do not touch wounds, catheters and/or dressings.
    • Follow the procedure on the instruction sheet when entering the room of an isolated patient.
  • Mobile phone use is permitted, except in places with a prohibited sign.
  • Smoking is prohibited in and around our hospitals (RD of 15 May 1990). Outside the buildings, smoking is only permitted in the smoking shelters.
  • Preserve the peaceful atmosphere in our hospitals. Do not let children play in the corridor or take the lift alone.