Visiting and Parking
In keeping with our commitment to excellent patient and family centered care, we have visiting hours in place to ensure patient comfort, safety and well-being.
Please share this information with people who may be visiting you:
- Ask your visitors to sanitize their hands with the sanitizer at the entrance to each room before and after they visit.
- Patients should limit themselves to two visitors at a time.
- Visitors should only visit one patient per day and not visit other patients or areas of the organization for infection control purposes
- Wash your hands regularly using the sanitizer at the entrance to each room before and after each patient visit.
- If you have a cough, fever, runny nose, diarrhea or generally feeling unwell, please DO NOT visit.
- Requests to visit outside of the regular visiting hours will be granted, on an individual basis, for compassionate reasons. Please check with the nurse.
- Check with the nurse before providing special treats, which may or may not be in keeping with the care plan.
- Requests to visit outside of the regular visiting hours will be granted, on an individual basis, for compassionate reasons. Please check with the nursing station.
With the goal of preserving our services and ability to provide exceptional care, the Deep River and District Hospital has implemented paid parking, effective November 1, 2017.
The Hospital uses a ‘Pay-by-Plate’ system, which means individuals enter their license plate number to pay for parking when they arrive at one of two parking kiosks located inside the building. Once their license plate is registered and the fee is paid (by coin or credit card), the individual does not need to return to their car. All registered license plates are maintained by a web application which provides live information for enforcement purposes. Failing to pay for parking may result in being ticketed or being towed at the owner’s expense. The rates for parking are as follows:
- $5 for 24 hours
- $30 for a 30 day pass
- $300 for a 365 day pass
Note: for 30 and 365 day passes, two license plates may be registered