CMH in consultation with the Region of Waterloo Public Health declared an end to an outbreak on its 3B Rehabilitation Unit.
For Immediate Release:
April 13, 2014
Cambridge Memorial Hospital declares an end to its norovirus outbreak in Rehab
Cambridge, Ontario – Cambridge Memorial Hospital (CMH) in consultation with the Region of Waterloo Public Health declared an end to an outbreak on its 3B Rehabilitation Unit. This outbreak started on April 7, 2014.
As a result, visitor restrictions have also been lifted to this unit.
In general, visitors with symptoms of a cold, influenza, or a stomach virus (including diarrhea and/or nausea/vomiting) or those who are otherwise not feeling well are advised to stay home and not enter a hospital until they’ve been symptom-free for two days. Anyone visiting a hospital should clean their hands regularly before, during and after a visit.
These precautions will help reduce the chance of passing an infection to our most vulnerable, seriously-ill patients.
About Cambridge Memorial Hospital
Cambridge Memorial Hospital is an acute care hospital with over 1,100 dedicated and skilled health care professionals, technicians and staff, 280 physicians and 400 volunteers providing exceptional care to the residents of Cambridge, the township of North Dumfries and the Region of Waterloo. For more information, visit www.cmh.org.
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