Visitors to Orillia Soldiers Memorial require proof of vaccination

Will continue to be restricted to essential visitors only

You’ll need to show proof of vaccination if you want to visit the Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH). Starting the week of November 23nd, all eligible visitors must also provide proof of vaccination before entering the hospital.

The visitor policy continues to restrict access to essential visitors only, including necessary visitors accompanying a patient into the hospital for an appointment.

The policy only applies to visitors. Anyone who requires care at OSMH, irrespective of vaccine status, can continue to access care.

If the visitor does not have proof of vaccination or a valid exemption, they may still enter OSMH with explicit approval from the care team under the following exceptions.

· Patient is a child
· Patient is palliative/end of life
· Patient is in labour
· Patient is experiencing a life-altering or critical illness as identified by the clinical team
· Patient requires a support person due to underlying condition

For more information on the visitor policy visit osmh.on.ca/covid-19/.

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