COVID-19 Status

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    Updated: Wednesday 8 September 2021

    In order to contain the spread of COVID-19 and to keep our patients and staff safe, St Stephen’s Hospital is currently monitoring some visitors.

    Thank you for your understanding. Our dedicated teams are doing their best to keep everyone safe and well.

    You should not visit the hospital if you:

    • have travelled overseas (not including Government recognised Safe Travel Zones) or from a declared hot spot, place of concern or an exposure venue or had close contact with a person who has COVID-19 in the previous 14 days.
    • are unwell or sick with symptoms such as a fever (37.5 degrees or more), a cough, runny nose, sore throat, breathing difficulties and/or loss of taste and/or loss of smell?
    • are waiting on COVID-19 test results.

    At the entrance to the hospital, everyone entering is required to have their temperature screened using a thermal imaging camera; and complete the Queensland check in app.

    Thank you for your understanding. Our dedicated teams are doing their best to keep everyone safe and well.

    Visiting Hours

    Visiting hours are from 10am – 7 pm Monday to Sunday.

    At the entrance to the hospital, patients and visitors will have their temperature screened upon admission, using a thermal imaging camera; and complete the QR Code COVID-19 screening tool.

    Visit Queensland Health for the latest Hospital Visitor Direction. Our dedicated teams are doing their best to keep everyone safe and well. Thank you for your understanding.

    COVID-19 Information

    • I am visiting a patient who is staying overnight or longer

    • I am attending the hospital for a day surgery admission

    • I am attending the hospital for an appointment

    • QR Code COVID-19 Screening


    Elective surgery

    Currently, there are no elective surgery restrictions at St Stephen's Hospital.

    Other ways to stay in touch

    We suggest that you designate a family member to be the central point of call to keep your family and friends informed of your progress via telephone. We ask that these phone calls are made after 10:30am, allowing for routine patient care activities to be undertaken. All telephone enquiries should be directed to the hospital switchboard on (07) 4120 1200.

    We understand patients can feel isolated while in hospital. Support is available from our Pastoral Care team, which can be arranged by your nurse.

    If you have questions about how these actions will impact on your individual circumstances please speak with your nurse. As always, your health remains our priority.

    For the latest Queensland Health updates you can visit their website.

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