Updated 27 May 2021

In line with Department of Health advice, visitors will not be permitted at our hospitals or care facilities.

Exceptions to our hospital visitors policy include;

  • Paediatric patients (one parent may attend)
  • Patients receiving end-of-life care
  • Maternity - partner/designated support person

Any exceptions to our visitors policy will be managed on a case-by-case basis by nurse managers and nurse directors.

All visitors are kindly reminded to please follow the screening processes in place at our sites.

For more information about visitor restrictions at Cabrini Residential Aged Care at Ashwood, click here.


Information regarding outbreak and exposure sites

Visitors who have attended an exposure site in Victoria, during an exposure period, are not permitted to attend Cabrini until they have completed Department of Health directives regarding testing and/or quarantining. Please refer to the Department of Health list of public exposure sites for more details about these locations.

Visitors who have returned from an interstate hotspot are not permitted to attend Cabrini until they have completed Department of Health directives regarding testing and/or quarantining, in line with Victoria’s travel permit system. Please refer to the Victorian Travel Permit System website for more details about locations, zone classifications and Department of Health directives.

Visitors who have worked in, or volunteered at, a hotel quarantine site and/or other port of entry in the last 14 days or who have been released from hotel quarantine in the last seven days are not permitted to attend Cabrini.


Screening processes

Cabrini is following all Department of Health guidelines for screening patients and visitors across our sites, including additional screening in response to new exposure sites in Victoria.

All visitors need to adhere to Cabrini’s screening processes and infection control requirements, including providing details for contact tracing purposes, wearing a single-use mask and social distancing.

Visitors to Cabrini will be asked to sign-in, either via an iPad device or with one of our patient services staff. 

If you are attending Cabrini regularly, you may like to download the Sine Pro app on your mobile device, so you can sign in more efficiently. You can find instructions about this here.

Visitors must also comply with the density and social distancing guidelines in shared or publicly accessible places.


Visiting Cabrini Malvern

Visitors can currently access Cabrini Malvern via the below entrances:

  • Main entrance – good access to main reception and south wards (best access for people with less mobility)
  • Main visitor carpark entrance – good access to the retail pharmacy, central wards, north wards, haematology and oncology centre and consulting suites 40-49