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COVID-19

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Admitted patients with COVID-19: 0

*Current as of July 23, 2021. Updated by noon, Monday - Friday*

Local COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

For information about the COVID-19 Vaccine, please visit the provincial website

COVID-19 Testing at RMH is By Appointment Only

How to book an appointment

Arriving for your appointment

Parking and Entrances

You will be instructed to proceed to either Entrance A or Entrance B when booking your appointment. Both entrances are marked clearly.

For either entrance, park in the short-term parking lot, entering from Kent St. Those attending Entrance B may wish to park closer to that entrance (spots next to Angeline St. in the same lot). Exit the lot via Angeline St. to support traffic flow. ​

The RMH COVID-19 Assessment Centre can provide testing for:

If symptoms are severe, including difficulty breathing, chest pain, confusion or loss of consciousness, you should call 911 or proceed to the Emergency Department. 

Visit the provincial COVID-19 website to learn more about symptoms in infants and children, and when you should take your child to the Emergency Department.  

Test Results

Your results should be available at Ontario.ca/coronavirus within 5 days of your test. If you haven’t been able to access your results online after 5 days, call 705-328-6217 and leave a message.

Enhanced Measures in Place at RMH

We are screening everyone entering the hospital

To protect patients, families and our team, we are screening everyone entering our hospital. Please answer these questions honestly and stay home if you are ill. 

Limiting entrances to hospital

Note - Admitting (south) and Administrative (west) entrances are reserved for COVID-19 Assessment only. 

Emergency Department Visiting/Accompanyment Guidelines

Visiting Guidelines

What you need to know for your visit

We continue to offer Virtual Visits (video calls) to support patients and loved ones stay connected. Learn more.

Care Packages for Patients

It's hard being away from your loved one in hospital. You can send them a care package to let them know you're thinking of them. Please label your package (patient's name and room #) and drop it off at the main entrance from 10am-4pm. Care packages will be disinfected before being delivered to the patient. Please limit your care package to essential items only:

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