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Visitor Restrictions in IERHA facilities

As we approach respiratory illness season, all health-care facilities in Manitoba are preparing to implement a requirement that all visitors wear non-medical masks for the duration of their visit(s). This requirement will take effect September 1, 2020 and will apply to all who visit health-care facilities, including outpatients attending medical appointments (e.g. for diagnostic tests, blood work, etc.). With the exception of specific exemptions made on a case-by-case basis, individuals who are not wearing a mask will not be admitted.  

We have adopted restricted visitor access to our hospitals and juxtaposed personal care homes.

To better control the flow of traffic into our hospitals (and clinics and personal care homes where they are attached to a hospital), we are implementing single point of access for the public and we will have people screening at entrances to ensure anyone entering is not ill or meeting any of the criteria for exposure to COVID-19. This means that you will be required to answer some questions upon arrival at any of our hospitals. 

You can expect to be screened if you are a:
·        visitor
·        out-patient
·        non-RHA courier
·        community transport driver
·        dialysis patient
·        cancer patient
·        volunteer

Hospital access points.  Please park appropriately:

Ashern:    ED door and also the clinic door until 4:30 p.m.
Arborg:     ED door
Beausejour:   ED door
Eriksdale:   ED door (same as main entrance)
Gimli: Main door & ED door. But, after 4:00 p.m. – only ED door
Pinawa: Main entrance
Pine Falls: ED door
Stonewall: Main entrance 
Teulon: Main entrance
Selkirk Regional Health Centre: Main entrance and ED door

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