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Flu season visitor restriction – age 16 or older (Restricción de visitantes durante la Temporada de Influenza (Flu) – Mayores de 16 años.)

Flu Season Visitor Restriction

Visitors temporarily restricted to age 16 or older

As a safety first organization, ChristianaCare is implementing a temporary visitation age restriction starting Tuesday, Jan. 21. This temporary restriction protects patients, their loved ones and health care workers during this time of extremely high number of influenza cases and other respiratory illnesses circulating in our community.

The new restrictions limit visitors to patients in Christiana and Wilmington hospitals to persons age 16 or older. Children and teens younger than 16 years are most likely to get the flu and remain contagious longer than adults. This restriction does not apply to outpatient and ambulatory services.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

For more information about the Flu visit our Health Library.


Restricción de visitantes durante la Temporada de Influenza (Flu)

Temporalmente solo se permiten los visitantes mayores de 16 años.

Como una organización que promueve la seguridad ante todo, ChristianaCare está implementando una restricción temporal en la edad de visitantes a partir del viernes 21 de enero. Esta restricción temporal protege a los pacientes, a sus seres queridos y al personal de cuidados de salud durante esta época con un número extremadamente alto de casos de influenza y de otras enfermedades respiratorias que circulan en nuestra comunidad.

Las nuevas restricciones, en los hospitales Christiana y Wilmington, sólo permiten visitas a pacientes de personas mayores de 16 años. Los niños y adolescentes menores de 16 años son más propensos a contraer el flu y son contagiosos por más tiempo que los adultos. Esta restricción no aplica a las áreas de servicios ambulatorios.

Gracias por su comprensión y cooperación.

Para más información sobre la gripe, visite nuestra Biblioteca de Salud.

Helen F. Graham Cancer Center
& Research Institute

Psychosocial Oncology

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, you may find it helpful to seek emotional and psychological support. You can rely on our experienced, compassionate psychotherapists at the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute to help relieve worry and stress, which goes a long way to promoting healing and recovery.

Our therapists are available for consultations with individuals, couples and families in the inpatient and outpatient setting.

When should you contact Psychosocial Oncology?

You do not have to wait until you are referred by your doctor. Our psychologists are available to help at any time before, during and after your course of treatment. If you answer yes to any of these questions, call us to schedule a consultation:

  • Are you looking for support to help cope with cancer?
  • Is your distress interfering with your ability to participate in your medical care?
  • Do you want help talking with your family, children or friends about cancer?
  • Do you have a history of mental-health issues, and is cancer making these challenges more difficult?
  • Do you need help adjusting to symptoms or treatment side-effects?
  • Do you want help finding ways to move forward after treatment ends?
  • Do you struggle with fear that your cancer will return?
  • Are you caring for a loved one who has cancer and need support?
  • Are you looking for help dealing with grief over a recent loss?
Psychosocial Oncology team.
From left: Regan King, Psy.D., licensed psychologist; Shannon Virtue, Psy.D., licensed psychologist; Hillary Howrey, Ph.D., licensed psychologist; and Nicole Duffy, Ph.D., licensed psychologist, director of Psychosocial Oncology.

Psychosocial Oncology
Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute
4701 Ogletown-Stanton Road, Newark, DE 19713 directions
302-623-4593, ext. 2

Concord Health Center
161 Wilmington-West Chester Pike, Chadds Ford, PA 19317 directions
302-623-4593, ext. 2