There are regular changes to visitor restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic on the Queensland Health website.
We're flexible about when you can visit people in hospital, but some wards may have set visiting times.
If you plan to visit someone, contact the hospital they're staying in first to see what their visiting rules and hours are before you arrive.
We have information about each hospital’s visiting hours in the list of hospitals below.
What can I bring to hospital?
When you're visiting a person in hospital, you can bring them things like books, magazines and fruit.
Some hospitals don't allow flowers on the wards or other clinical areas. Check with the hospital before you bring or send someone flowers.
When you're visiting someone in hospital, make sure you clean your hands using soap and water or a hand sanitiser. You need to do this when you enter or leave a patient's room or other areas of the hospital.
If you're unwell
Please don't visit anyone in hospital if you have a cough, cold, diarrhoea, vomiting or any other infectious condition.
Our hospitals, health centres and residential aged care facilities
We have information on parking and how to get there for each of our hospitals, health centres and residential aged care facilities in the list below.
Mt Lofty Heights Residential Aged Care - Toowoomba
Darling Downs Community Care Unit
Ingelwood Multipurpose Health Service
Millmerran Multipurpose Health Centre