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Excellence in care and service in Toowoomba for over 50 years

St Andrew’s Toowoomba Hospital is a 155-bed, acute care private hospital situated on the north-western side of Toowoomba. Established in 1966, the Hospital is a not-for-profit private hospital and a registered charity. All profits made by the Hospital are reinvested back into the Hospital to provide expansion of buildings, additional services, new equipment and staff training.

Avoiding Covid-19

UPDATED 4PM Friday, November 26:

Effective immediately, Toowoomba has been designated a low risk area.
As such masks are no longer required for doctors, staff and local visitors.
Note the remaining moderate risk designations in Goondiwindi shire and surrounds, which still have medium risk.
Staff and visitors from those areas will still be required to wear a mask, this includes anyone visiting those areas and returning to Toowoomba for the time being.
From 4pm Friday, 26 November 2021, the following local geographic areas have been determined by the Chief Health Officer to be ‘low risk’ for PPE usage:
• Paroo Shire;
• Bulloo Shire;
• Quilpie Shire;
• Maranoa Region;
• Toowoomba Region;
• Southern Downs Region (excluding Warwick, Texas, Goondiwindi, Stanthorpe, Inglewood)
• Western Downs Region;
• South Burnett Region (including Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire);
• Scenic Rim Region.
The following LGAs, and towns in the Southern Downs region remain designated in the ‘moderate risk’ category:
• Gold Coast City;
• Warwick;
• Texas;
• Goondiwindi;
• Stanthorpe;
• Inglewood.
All other areas remain designated as ‘low risk’.
People living, visiting (staff, patients, visitors etc) or having been in those areas must still continue to wear a mask in the hospital grounds.
You may not visit if:
• You are currently diagnosed with COVID-19
• You are awaiting a COVID-19 test result
• You have been asked to self-quarantine
• You have had contact with a person with COVID-19 or have returned from overseas in the past 14 days
• You have a fever (37.5 degrees or more) or a cough, runny nose, sore throat, shortness of breath, fatigue, diarrhoea, vomiting or nausea or loss of smell and/or taste
• Have been in a declared hot spot in the past 14 days.
We thank you for your continued patience and understanding during this time.

NSW Border Zone Residents receiving health care:

To keep yourself, our staff and patients safe we require a Patient residing in a NSW Border Zone:

  • Have a COVID-19 swab within 4 days with a negative result prior to presenting via an offsite testing facility either in NSW or QLD. Locally this can be performed at Baillie Henderson Hospital.
  • You must present wearing a face mask and wear it for the duration of time within the facility
  • You may have an Approved Support Person
  • You cannot have any other visitors

Approved Support Person:

  • One support person to a patient under the age of 18 years
  • One support person for a patient admitted for care related to pregnancy
  • One support person to a patient with a disability from a support worker or carer
  • Limited exemptions may be made on compassionate grounds for end-of-life support

 

The Approved Support Person must:

  • Have a COVID-19 swab within 4 days with a negative result prior to presenting via an offsite testing facility either in NSW or QLD. Locally this can be performed at Baillie Henderson Hospital.
  • One approved support person for an unplanned presentation to the Emergency Department will be swabbed upon admission. The approved support person must stay in the patient’s ward room until the negative result has been received.
  • Must present wearing a face mask and wear it for the duration of time within the facility

More information here: https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/public-health-directions/travelling-to-queensland