Instructions to relatives
Instructions for visitors
Patients are often brought to the hospital by a family member, but sometimes it may be necessary for them to also attend the consultation with the doctor. In Heart Hospital, an outpatient clinic visit involves counselling about treatment and medication. Often there is so much new information that the patient doesn’t think about asking questions until later. The patient’s close relatives are therefore very welcome to attend the consultation if the patient is happy to allow it.
Information about hospital visits and enquiring about the patient’s condition
A relative can enquire about the patient’s condition in the department where they are being looked after. If you don’t know the ward, you can call Heart Hospital via the switchboard. Tel: +358 (0)50 339 2437 (switch)
Heart Hospital wards
Most of the wards have unrestricted visiting hours. Relatives are requested to visit the patient during the afternoon or evening, however, because the treatments and investigations take place in the morning or mid-day. Ward staff is happy to provide information on the visiting hours.
Ward 2 (2nd floor)
A- office, Tel: +358 3 311 66312
B-office, Tel: +358 3 311 69202
Coronary Care Unit (2nd floor)
Tel: +358 3 311 69202 and +358 3 311 66312
Day Case Unit (2nd floor)
Tel: +358 3 311 69203
Ward 3 (3rd floor)
A- office, Tel: +358 3 311 66345 (cardiac surgery patients)
B-office, Tel: +358 3 311 63367 (thoracic surgery patients)
Intensive Care Unit (3rd floor)
Patients in intensive care and recovery room need plenty of rest and tranquil surroundings to recover. Relatives may enquire about their recovery by telephone at any time on +358 3 311 64698. Visits are arranged in advance with the staff.