In order to maintain transparency with our resident and patient families in regard to COVID-19, we will be sending census updates as they occur on our current COVID-19 wing. If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to email us.
COVID-19 Visitation Update: 06/02/2023
Please forward this to ALL your family members who may be coming to visit as there are changes to the visitation process.
- Please note that the facility is back in COVID-19 outbreak mode as of late yesterday. We have nine (9) positive residents who are on our COVID-19 unit and are on transmission-based precautions. We also currently have six (6) COVID-19 positive employees who are furloughed.
- If you are visiting a resident on the COVID-19 wing, you MUST check in with the front desk to obtain your PPE that needs to be worn on the COVID-19 unit. The receptionist will then direct you to the outside entrance (off Tilden Avenue) to the wing. The gown should only be applied when you enter the room and then disposed of in the red bag located in the room when you leave the room. The face shield should also be thrown away in the red bag when you leave the room at the end of your visit. At the conclusion of your visit, you will exit out that same doorway you entered!
- If you are visiting a negative resident who resides on the inpatient rehab unit, we STRONGLY encourage that you wear a facemask while visiting. We have facemasks available at the front desk for your use or you can bring in your own surgical mask. Please make sure you are wearing the mask correctly while in the building, i.e. tight-fitting and nose and mouth must be covered.
- Please socially distance while visiting on the inpatient rehab unit and ONLY visit in the resident’s room.
- Lastly, if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please do NOT visit at this time. If you are COVID-19 positive, please refrain from visiting for at least 10 days from the onset of your symptoms. Of, if you have been exposed to someone who is COVID-19 positive, please defer your visit until 10 days after the exposure.
Thank you for your immediate attention to this.
VP of Long-Term Care Services