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Patient Guide

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Patient Registration is done at Blue House

Remember to bring your NHIA card or private insurance card if available.


Yes, call the Private Appointment telephone 020133965.

Parking is available in the assigned parking area of the hospital.

Yes, we have an Emergency Ward, General Wards, and Private Wards with a 63 bed capacity.

Comfortable beds are available for both child and parent, to enable parent to be close to the child at all times.

A bedside cabinet and a stool are also available for each patient.

Yes, each of our private rooms have comfortable beds, bed cabinet, cupboard, fridge, sitting area and a private bathroom.

Bring a towel and comfortable clothing for day and night sleep.

NO food is allowed in wards. Our Mother’s Inn is a beautiful and comfortable eating area for children and family.

Remember to bring your NHIA card or private insurance card if available.

No, we do not provide WiFi.

Yes, delicious food is served at our Mamma Gifty’s canteen from 7am to 7pm.

The doctor in charge and the health care team will provide their recommendations and explain all necessary steps to follow.

Friends and family may visit daily between 5am to 7am and 4pm to 6pm.

Your feedback is very important to us.

Do inform our staff of your concerns.

Help us improve and drop a note in our suggestions box.


Together we can help minimise the risk of catching or spreading coronavirus (COVID-19) by making sure 

 — To be VACCINATED against COVID19 and to

  • wear a mask

Wear a properly fitted mask, making sure your mask covers your nose, mouth and chin. When used correctly, wearing a mask may reduce the spread of coronavirus droplets from coughs, sneezes and speaking.

  • Keep your distance.

Keep physical distance of at least 1 metre from others.

Covid is spread from one person to another, the closer you are to others, the higher the risk and the greater the opportunities for the virus.

  • Wash your hands frequently and practise good hand hygiene

Wash your hands with soap and water or use hand sanitiser throughout the day. Regular hand washing is an effective way to reduce your risk of catching illnesses, including COVID-19.

  • Get tested and self-isolate if you have symptoms 

Self-isolate immediately even if your symptoms are mild. Many people experience mild symptoms from COVID-19, but may still pass on the virus to others.

  • Take a test before visiting higher risk settings

Testing before visiting higher risk settings helps to protect those at greater risk of serious illness.

  • Keep indoor spaces well ventilated

Let fresh air in to increase ventilation and reduce the risk of catching or spreading COVID-19