Visiting Us

NBRHC VISITOR RESTRICTIONS ARE STILL IN PLACE AT ALL OUR SITES.

As the province, and our district, move through the various stages of the Roadmap to Reopen, our Health Centre will take a cautious approach to assess the impact of reopening. A period of stabilization will follow these changes to allow our hospital to assess the impact of changing case counts or upticks as a result of major external developments.

This means that at this time our Care Partner restrictions will remain status quo and the current direction can be found here.


Each inpatient may have one dedicated care partner (plus a designated alternate) for the patient’s length of stay between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. or 5 and 8 p.m. (only one entry and one exit each day)

Children could be a dedicated care partner.  A care partner who is a child (a young caregiver, defined as children and youth as young as 8 years old) has to be accompanied by one parent, guardian or family member.

Two dedicated visitors are allowed in the building at one time to provide end-of-life support to a patient. These visitors are also not restricted to the two-hour limit and could be different people each day.  Everyone must be able to appropriately physically distance.

Previous restrictive entry is still in place in outpatient areas (Emergency Department, Outpatient Clinics).

Up to one person may remain with an inpatient or outpatient at all times and is not restricted to the two-hour time limit if they are:

  • support for a vulnerable patient (under the age of 18, cognitive impairment, significant developmental and/or intellectual disability, unable to effectively communicate)
  • support for a patient experiencing a life altering event (end of life, critically ill, trauma)

Care partner access is subject to change based on a number of internal and external factors including COVID-19 activity in the community and Health Centre and the individual patient’s progression of care.

Please note that for the safety of everyone, in-person visits are not allowed for COVID-19 suspected or positive patients. In these cases, the unit will help accommodate virtual visits using technology such as iPads.

We appreciate the community’s cooperation with this direction and recognize that it is difficult not to visit with friends and family—these are necessary steps for the safety and protection of our patients, staff and physicians.

Accessibility

Accessibility

We are committed to recognizing and eliminating barriers that people face everyday.

Amenities & Services

Amenities & Services

Learn about our amenities: bank machines, mailboxes, cafeteria, coffee shop, gift shop & chaplaincy services.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

To help ensure the safety of our Health Centre community, specifically our sickest and most vulnerable...

Directions

Directions

North Bay Regional Health Centre
50 College Drive
P.O.Box 2500
North Bay, Ontario
P1B 5A4

NBRHC is Tobacco-Free

NBRHC is Tobacco-Free

Smoking and vaping are not permitted anywhere on NBRHC property.

North Bay Regional Pharmacy

North Bay Regional Pharmacy

The North Bay Regional Pharmacy is a full-service community pharmacy that is conveniently located next to the Main East Entrance—beside Emergency and Outpatient Lab.

Parking

Parking

Daily Parking: $6.00 flat rate.

Visitor Information

Visitor Information

Limited entry in place As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 activity in our community, we are asking...

What to Expect in Emergency

What to Expect in Emergency

In an Emergency do not hesitate. Go directly to our Emergency Department located at 50 College Drive,...

North Bay

50 College Drive,
P.O. Box 2500
North Bay, ON
P1B 5A4
Tel: 705-474-8600

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Sudbury

680 Kirkwood Drive,
Sudbury, ON
P3E 1X3
Tel: 705-675-9193
Fax: 705-675-6817

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Visitors Guide

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