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Visiting SHA Facilities

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1. Families and Loved Ones

Protecting Residents of Long Term and Personal Care Homes

Effective Thursday, November 19, visits to all long-term care facilities and personal care homes are suspended, except for compassionate reasons as outlined.

Additional long-standing safety measures remain in place, such as mandatory masking of all staff, staff cohorting and symptom screening prior to staff work shifts.

Supporting loved ones in Hospital and Long Term Care

Outdoor Visits

Please call the home in advance to schedule your visit. This will give opportunity to coordinate staff to assist your loved one.

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2. Contact Us

  • If patients/residents or family member/support people have specific concerns that they would like further follow up, they can call their local Quality of Care Coordinator.

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