|Record #: RCC0142||Last Modified: 18 Jun 2020||Last Full Update: 08 Jun 2020|
|Description and Services|
Entry and Screening * Any individuals entering the organization remain directed to enter only through the Emergency Department entrance and screening station. * Universal masking is in effect. * Individuals are encouraged to wear their own mask from home to conserve personal protective equipment (PPE) for use by health care workers at higher risk. * A mask will be provided to any individual who does not have one at the point of entry, or who requires a higher level of protection than the mask they arrive in.
Emergency Care * The Emergency Department remains open for emergency care, and we ask that you do not attend the Emergency Department unless it is a clear emergency. * Patients seeking emergency care are only permitted to have one person accompany them. * If you are not experiencing a medical emergency, please contact your primary care provider. * If you are unable to reach your primary care provider, or you don't have one, call the Renfrew County Virtual Triage and Assessment Centre (RC VTAC) at 1-844-727-6404. * 24/7 health care from a doctor, nurse practitioner, and / or paramedic is available through the RC VTAC.
Visiting * Visitors and volunteers are not permitted at this time * Special arrangements may be considered on a case-by-case basis for residents or patients that are receiving palliative care. Immediate family members are the only individuals who may be considered ‘essential’ visitors, and only one ‘essential’ visitors will be designated for each patient. 'Essential' visitors will be actively screened and those who fail screening will not be permitted to enter. * Essential visitors include the power of attorney / substitute decision maker (POA/SDM) for any critically ill patient in the Emergency Department.
Suspended or Limited Services * non-essential services are being suspended or reduced, in line with provincial and regional direction, to ensure the organization has the capacity to respond to increased care needs in relation to COVID-19.
Suspended services include: * volunteer programming including the Gift Shop * outpatient physiotherapy * evening and weekend ultrasound * Bone Mineral Density Screening * Ontario Breast Screening/Mammography * Outpatient programing such as: Speech Language Therapy and Smoking Cessation
Services that are being reduced, or offered through alternative formats, include: * Diabetes Care * Telemedicine * Primary Care * Laboratory (by appointment only) * X-Ray (by appointment only)
|Hours||24 hour Emergency on-call
Diagnostic Imaging Department by appointment Mon-Fri 9 am-11 am
Laboratory blood tests by appointment on Mon-Tue 7:30 am-11 am
|Areas Served||Renfrew County|
|Eligibility||Patients: No restrictions
Visiting is not permitted at this time
|Application||Required documents include: Ontario Health Insurance OHIP Card * list of medications or allergies|
|Fees||None - with valid OHIP card|
|Office Phone||613-584-3333 * Ambulance/Emergency 911|
|Primary Executive||Richard Bedard, Chief Executive Officer; Email: email@example.com|
|Alternate Name||CV19 ; RCC|
|Location & Accessibility|
|Located In Community||Deep River|
|Address & Map||
117 Banting Dr
Deep River, ON K0J 1P0
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|Intersection||Hwy 17 E and Banting Dr|
|Physical Access||Fully Accessible|
|Social Media||Twitter: www.drdh.org/contactus#.XRUfSaQkpGw.twitter|
|Service Categories||Emergency Room Care ; General Acute Care Hospitals|
|Accreditation||Accreditation Canada has recently recognized the organization’s clinical and operational performance with its highest rating, Exemplary Standing. Accreditation provides health care organizations with an external assessment using standards built upon best practices.|