Visitors are welcome at Attadale Rehabilitation Hospital, but due to COVID-19 restrictions some policies apply:
- Visitors will be required to check-in with the SafeWA app or in writing on the contact register.
- Visitors should practice physical distancing, such as keeping 1.5 metres away from others wherever possible. Avoid physical greetings such as handshaking, hugs and kisses.
- Please remember to clean your hands often, and especially before you enter your family member/loved one’s room, and also as you leave.
- Restrictions around interstate visitors and G2G passes apply.
If you have any further questions about our visitors’ policy, please call ahead via the switchboard on 9330 1000 and they will connect you to the appropriate area.
Due to the fluid nature of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Ramsay Health Care visitor policy is subject to change at any time.
Following the advice from the WA Government, social distancing measures and room capacity limits on visitors continue to apply. Special requests and exemptions will be considered by the executive team on a case-by-case basis. Children are included in the visitor room capacity limits.
It’s important we provide quiet times for our patients to rest and recover. However, it can be equally important for patients to receive visitors. We do request our visiting hours are adhered to where possible.
Visiting hours are between 8am and 8pm (Monday to Sunday), please be aware that if you are visiting and treatments or therapy sessions are taking place or in progress you may be asked to wait.
Locating a Patient
Visitors can phone Enquiries on 08 9330 1000 to find out the location of their family or friend staying at Attadale Rehabilitation Hospital before coming to visit.
Visitors can also be directed by our front desk staff in the main foyer.
COVID-19 Screening Tool
Please see information about our COVID-19 Screening Tool.