Visiting inpatients at Mountbatten

With the national relaxation of restrictions on 17 May, there is a change of arrangements for visiting our Inpatient Unit, as follows:

• Maximum of 6 nominated visitors per patient with only 2 visiting at a time but all 6 may visit during the course of a day.
• Visitors to continue to wear masks at all times but not aprons and gloves, unless patient is in isolation.
• Staff to continue to wear masks at all times but to wear aprons and gloves only during patient contact (e.g. providing personal care/assistance).
• If a patient is COVID positive to return to full isolation and PPE measures – including the use of visors at all times.
• To maintain social distancing wherever possible.

These revised arrangements are being communicated to visitors and patients on our Inpatient Unit and the information will be on our websites.

Bereavement Support Helpline

Our Bereavement Support Helpline is available on 01983-217297 between 10:00am and midnight, 7 days a week.  For more information visit Bereavement Support Helpline

Mountbatten Café

Our Mountbatten Café is currently closed.

Mountbatten shops  

All our shops have now reopened. Masks must be worn and other measures to allow for social distancing are in place. Information about donations is available here.


Mountbatten has contacted all current volunteers to explain the latest government guidance around Covid-19.

There are still volunteering opportunities available with Mountbatten during the lockdown period and beyond.

If you are interested in volunteering with Mountbatten, email [email protected]


Our support for people living across the Isle of Wight through death, dying and bereavement continues in people's own homes and in the community.

It also continues online, with advice and information to help you cope. You are not alone.