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Wynyard Hospital

Wynyard Hospital is an integrated facility that supports acute, respite and long term care. Wynyard Hospital was renovated in 2001. A new long-term care facility (Golden Acres) was built at the same time an added to the hospital. The hospital has 8 beds. There are also 59 long-term care beds in the integrated facility, with a staff of approximately 100 employees.

Admitting

To be admitted into hospital, please report to the admitting desk located at the front office by the main entrance

Television Service/Telephones/Radios

Televisions are located in the patient lounges at the end of each corridor. A portable television/VCR is available for patients confined to bed.

A pay telephone is located by the front office near the main entrance. Patients may bring their own radio.

Newspapers/Reading Materials

The Wynyard Advance and the Star Phoenix are available at the front desk.

Quiet Room/Clergy

A quiet room is provided to allow privacy and confidentiality for families and for counseling and discussions with doctors and nursing staff.

A Palliative room consisting of a private room for the patient and an adjoining room with a kitchen and sleeping accommodations are available for family use. There is a telephone in this room with access to long distance by calling card only.

Upon request clergy make weekly visits to patients. To arrange for a visit, please ask your nurse for more information.

Wynyard Hospital

Patient Meals

The kitchen is open to visitors for meals. Meals are provided at cost from the kitchen for visitors. Meals will be delivered to your room at the following times:

  • Breakfast – 7:30 a.m.
  • Lunch – 12:00 noon
  • Dinner – 5:00 p.m.

A drink machine and a treat machine are located at the front entrance.

Telephoning a Patient

Contact 306-554-2586, and your call will be directed.

Patients may use hallway phones to call local numbers.

Last Modified: Wednesday, August 3, 2016 |
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