Visiting has been suspended across all of our hospitals and inpatient wards, with some exceptions. For those who do attend some procedures should be followed – please visit our COVID-19 information page for the latest information.
Person Centred Visiting
Person centred visiting is in place in the majority of inpatient wards at Forth Valley Royal Hospital. This means you can visit patients in the wards listed below at any time, seven days a week.
- Ward A11 – Elderly
- Ward A12 – Medical (including Haematology)
- Ward A21 – Rehabilitation
- Ward A22 – Acute Stroke
- Ward A31 – Medical
- Ward A32 – Gastrointestinal & General Medical
- Ward B11 – Surgical
- Ward B12 – Surgical
- Ward B21 – Rehabilitation
- Ward B22 – Elderly
- Ward B23 – Orthopaedics
- Ward B31 – Medical (including Respiratory)
- Ward B32 – Gastrointestinal & General Medical
- Cardiology Ward
It is still important that we create a restful environment and ask that there are no more than 2 visitors at a time. We recognisance there may be times that more than 2 people might need to be in attendance and are more than happy to discuss this, please speak to a member of staff.
Visiting With Flowers
Please be advised that we cannot accept flowers at patient bedsides in wards AAU, ICU, A12 and B12.
Women and Children’s Unit Visiting Times
|11am to 8pm for one named person. All other visitors – 3pm to 4pm and 7pm to 8pm.|
|Open visiting is not allowed during labour, only the two named birth partners will be given access to Ward 7. Two named birth partners can be with labouring woman.|
|9am to 10pm for one birthing partner. All other visitors – 11am to 8pm. For transitional care speak to ward staff.|
|Children’s Ward||10am to 7pm, 2 per bed (unless resident parent or carer)|
Mental Health Unit Visiting Times
|Wards 1 to 5||3pm to 8pm|