Covid Updates

More Updates about our facilities safety precautions and COVID-19 related info coming soon

August 15th, 2022

 

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you that we have 2 confirmed case of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one are diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as becoming vaccinated, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. 

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 for those that are showing signs and symptoms. 

·        Providing and requiring facemasks for staff and visitors. 

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance.

 

August 10th, 2022

 

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you that we have  1 confirmed case of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one are diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as becoming vaccinated, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. 

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 for those that are showing signs and symptoms. 

·        Providing and requiring facemasks for staff and visitors. 

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance.

 

July 29, 2022

This week’s positivity rate is 30.2%. We had an employee test positive for Covid this week, no residents and 2 are in quarantine for testing positive on the 19th. We are now testing residents 2 times a week for at least 2 weeks. This past week and next week. And we continue to test all staff 2 x a week as long as we have staff positive /residents positive. We will go back to testing staff once a week when the % rate falls below 10%. We certainly do not want to give it to your family/residents. Your help is greatly appreciated. Please check in at front lobby and be screened. Wear a mask while in facility, use good hand hygiene, social distance (6 feet apart). Please do not wander up and down the halls. Hand sanitizer is available on table and throughout the facility. We also have masks available. We are very sorry for any inconvenience this may continue to cause. Have a good and safe visit with your family member. We want you to enjoy your visit with your family member. We look forward to seeing you

 

July 28th, 2022

 

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you we have zero confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one is diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via the telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as becoming vaccinated, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. 

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 for those that are showing signs and symptoms. 

·        Providing and requiring facemasks for staff and visitors. 

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance.

 

July 22nd, 2022

 

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you we have  zero confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one are diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as becoming vaccinated, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. 

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 for those that are showing signs and symptoms. 

·        Providing and requiring facemasks for staff and visitors. 

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance.

 

February 28th, 2022

 

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you we have  confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

0 residents in-house

0 staff

 

2 residents isolated for PUI (Patient Under Investigation)

 

1 positive residents in the hospital 

 

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one are diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when we care for residents, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. Positive residents were moved to a designated area to prevent the spread of the virus.

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 based on current protocols.

·        Providing and requiring facemasks and eye protectors for all staff to wear.

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance:

Visitation is still open during our outbreak; therefore, please visit at your own discretion. 

 

January 5th, 2022

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you that we have confirmed cases of COVID-19.

12 residents in-house

7 staff

3 residents isolated for PUI (Patient Under Investigation)

3 positive residents in the hospital 

 

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one are diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when we care for residents, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. Positive residents were moved to a designated area to prevent the spread of the virus.

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 based on current protocols.

·        Providing and requiring facemasks and eye protectors for all staff to wear.

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance:

Visitation is still open during our outbreak; therefore, please visit at your own discretion. 

 

January 3rd, 2022

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you we have confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

10 residents in-house

11 staff

 

1 resident isolated for PUI (Patient Under Investigation)

 

3 positive residents in the hospital 

 

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one are diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when we care for residents, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. Positive residents were moved to a designated area to prevent the spread of the virus.

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 based on current protocols.

·        Providing and requiring facemasks and eye protectors for all staff to wear.

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance:

Visitation is still open during our outbreak; therefore, please visit at your own discretion. 

 

December 29th, 2021

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you we have 21 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

17 residents in-house

4 staff

 

6 residents isolated for PUI (Patient Under Investigation)

 

3 positive residents in the hospital 

 

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one is diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when we care for residents, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. Positive residents were moved to a designated area to prevent the spread of the virus.

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 based on current protocols.

·        Providing and requiring facemasks and eye protectors for all staff to wear.

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance:

Visitation is still open during our outbreak; therefore, please visit at your own discretion. 

 

December 27th, 2021

 

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you at Blue Circle Rehab and Nursing, we have identified 23 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

20 residents in-house

3 staff

 

8 residents isolated for PUI (Patient Under Investigation)

 

2 positive residents in the hospital 

 

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one are diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when we care for residents, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. Positive residents were moved to a designated area to prevent the spread of the virus.

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 based on current protocols.

·        Providing and requiring facemasks and eye protectors for all staff to wear.

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance:

Visitation is still open during our outbreak; therefore, please visit at your own discretion. 

 

December 24th, 2021

 

Families and Friends:

 

We want to inform you at Blue Circle Rehab and Nursing, we have identified 24 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

 

21 residents 

 

3 staff

 

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one are diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

 

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

 

· Enhanced infection control precautions, such as wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when we care for residents, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. Positive residents were moved to a designated area to prevent the spread of the virus.

 

· Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

 

· Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 based on current protocols.

 

· Providing and requiring facemasks and eye protectors for all staff to wear.

 

· Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance:

 

Visitation is still open during our outbreak; therefore, please visit at your own discretion.  

 

December 23rd, 2021

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you at Blue Circle Rehab and Nursing, we have identified 18 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

16 residents 

2 staff

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one are diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when we care for residents, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. Positive residents were moved to a designated area to prevent the spread of the virus.

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 based on current protocols.

·        Providing and requiring facemasks and eye protectors for all staff to wear.

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance:

Visitation is still open during our outbreak; therefore, please visit at your own discretion.  

 

December 21st, 2021

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you at Blue Circle Rehab and Nursing, we have identified 17 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

15 residents 

2 staff

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one are diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when we care for residents, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. Positive residents were moved to a designated area to prevent the spread of the virus.

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 based on current protocols.

·        Providing and requiring facemasks and eye protectors for all staff to wear.

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance:

Visitation is still open during our outbreak; therefore, please visit at your own discretion.  

 

December 20th, 2021

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you at Blue Circle Rehab and Nursing, we have identified 15 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

14 residents 

1 staff

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one are diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when we care for residents, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. Positive residents were moved to a designated area to prevent the spread of the virus.

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 based on current protocols.

·        Providing and requiring facemasks and eye protectors for all staff to wear.

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance:

Visitation is still open during our outbreak; therefore, please visit at your own discretion.  

 

December 16th, 2021

Families and Friends:

We want to inform you at Blue Circle Rehab and Nursing, we have identified 7 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among residents and staff.

The safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. If your loved one are diagnosed with COVID-19, we will notify you directly via telephone. To reduce the spread and impact of COVID-19, we continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

We are staying in close communication with local and state health officials to ensure we are taking the appropriate steps under the current circumstances, including:

·        Enhanced infection control precautions, such as wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when we care for residents, increasing the availability of hand sanitizer, and more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. Positive residents were moved to a designated area to prevent the spread of the virus.

·        Screening residents and staff for COVID-19 symptoms, as well as anyone else who must enter our facility.

·        Testing staff and residents for the virus causing COVID-19 based on current protocols.

·        Providing and requiring facemasks and eye protectors for all staff to wear.

·        Providing facemasks for residents, if tolerated and following CDC guidance:

Visitation is still open during our outbreak; therefore, please visit at your own discretion.  

All of us at Blue Circle Rehab and Nursing understand that this is a serious situation and might be frightening but THIS TOO SHALL PASS!

We will continue to provide you with regular updates about the situation and will promptly notify you if we identify any additional residents or staff with confirmed COVID-19. We encourage you to contact us with questions and concerns. Please call us at 314-531-0500 or continue visiting our website for updates.

 

November 12th, 2021

 

Per CMS guidelines updated 11-12-21 the facility is now fully open to unrestricted indoor and outdoor visitation. 

Although there is no limit on the number of visitors that a resident can have at one time, visits should be conducted in a manner that adheres to the core principles of COVID-19 infection prevention and does not increase risk to other residents. Visitors should not walk around the facility, rather go directly to the resident's room. 

 

Core Principles of COVID-19 Infection Prevention 

• Visitors who have a positive viral test for COVID-19, symptoms of COVID-19, or currently meet the criteria for quarantine, should not enter the facility. All visitors will be screened prior to visiting residents.

• Hand hygiene (use of alcohol-based hand rub is preferred)

 • Face covering or mask (covering mouth and nose) and physical distancing at least six feet between people, in accordance with CDC guidance.

 

We encourage visitors to be tested on their own before coming to the facility (e.g., within 2–3 days). 

CMS strongly encourages all visitors to become vaccinated and facilities should educate and also encourage visitors to become vaccinated.

 

If you have any questions please reach out to the facility Administrator or Director of Nursing.

 

September 28th, 2021

The facility has a census of 56. The facility has an accumulative number of 0 residents in house who are positive for COVID.


The facility has 1 residents under PUI. 
 

The facility has no staff positive for COVID.

 

 

At this time we are only doing outdoor visits in an effort to keep our residents and staff safe.

·         Visits will be conducted by appointments only as coordinated by Nichole Washington, Social Worker and Erin Perkins, Admission Coordinator. Appointments will be based on our ability to manage infection control practices and proper social distancing.

·         Visitors must participate in a full telephone screening and another screening upon arrival. Questions will include the following: if you have a temp, have a cough or shortness of breath, experiencing body aches, traveled in the past 14 days, and been around anyone that tested positive for COVID.

·         Family and friends will be able to schedule an appointment for Monday-Friday between 10am and 530pm.  Saturday and Sunday visitation is from 10am-4pm. 

·         The socialization time will be a max of 30 minutes.  

·         2 visitors may visit at a time. Visitors must wear a cloth covering or facemask for the duration of the visit.

·         Visits will be supervised by a facility staff in the front of the building Staff will be monitoring safe distancing, proper hand hygiene, universal source control, and overall supervision of safe practices.

·         Visitors with fevers, other symptoms of COVID-19, unable to maintain social distancing, or unable to demonstrate proper use of infection control techniques will be asked to leave.

 

Window visits and Face timing will continue to be an option and highly encouraged.  We also encourage you to review the CDC website for information about COVID-19, including its symptoms, how it spreads, and actions you can take to protect your health: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

September 17th, 2021

The facility has a census of 59. The facility has an accumulative number of 0 residents in house who are positive for COVID.

 

The facility has 3 residents under PUI. 

The facility has no staff who are positive for COVID.

At this time we are only doing outdoor visits in an effort to keep our residents and staff safe.

 

· Visits will be conducted by appointments only as coordinated by Nichole Washington, Social Worker and Erin Perkins, Admission Coordinator. Appointments will be based on our ability to manage infection control practices and proper social distancing.

 

· Visitors must participate in a full telephone screening and another screening upon arrival. Questions will include the following: if you have a temp, have a cough or shortness of breath, experiencing body aches, traveled in the past 14 days, and been around anyone that tested positive for COVID.

 

· Family and friends will be able to schedule an appointment for Monday-Friday between 10am and 530pm. Saturday and Sunday visitation is from 10am-4pm. 

 

· The socialization time will be a max of 30 minutes.  

 

· 2 visitors may visit at a time. Visitors must wear a cloth covering or facemask for the duration of the visit.

 

· Visits will be supervised by a facility staff in the front of the building Staff will be monitoring safe distancing, proper hand hygiene, universal source control, and overall supervision of safe practices.

 

· Visitors with fevers, other symptoms of COVID-19, unable to maintain social distancing, or unable to demonstrate proper use of infection control techniques will be asked to leave.

 

Window visits and Face timing will continue to be an option and highly encouraged. We also encourage you to review the CDC website for information about COVID-19, including its symptoms, how it spreads, and actions you can take to protect your health: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

August 18th, 2021

 

The facility has a census of 57. The facility has an accumulative number of 0 residents in house who are positive for COVID.


The facility has 2 residents under PUI. 
 

The facility has no staff positive for COVID.

 

At this time we are only doing outdoor visits in an effort to keep our residents and staff safe.

·         Visits will be conducted by appointments only as coordinated by Nichole Washington, Social Worker and Erin Perkins, Admission Coordinator. Appointments will be based on our ability to manage infection control practices and proper social distancing.

·         Visitors must participate in a full telephone screening and another screening upon arrival. Questions will include the following: if you have a temp, have a cough or shortness of breath, experiencing body aches, traveled in the past 14 days, and been around anyone that tested positive for COVID.

·         Family and friends will be able to schedule an appointment for Monday-Friday between 10am and 530pm.  Saturday and Sunday visitation is from 10am-4pm. 

·         The socialization time will be a max of 30 minutes.  

·         2 visitors may visit at a time. Visitors must wear a cloth covering or facemask for the duration of the visit.

·         Visits will be supervised by a facility staff in the front of the building Staff will be monitoring safe distancing, proper hand hygiene, universal source control, and overall supervision of safe practices.

·         Visitors with fevers, other symptoms of COVID-19, unable to maintain social distancing, or unable to demonstrate proper use of infection control techniques will be asked to leave.

 

Window visits and Face timing will continue to be an option and highly encouraged.  We also encourage you to review the CDC website for information about COVID-19, including its symptoms, how it spreads, and actions you can take to protect your health: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

August 3rd, 2021

We have a census of 54.

We have 1 new admit under PUI.

We have no positive residents and staff at this time.

Due to St. Louis City's positivity rate being over 10% stricter restrictions have been placed on visitations.

We will only be doing scheduled outdoor visits for our fully vaccinated residents in an effort to continue to keep our residents, staff, and families safe.

Thank you for your continued understanding!

 

July 27th, 2021

We have a census of 53.

We have 1 asymptomatic staff who tested positive on 7/17/2021 during routine testing. 

The facility has followed CDC guidelines to ensure the safety of all.

Unfortunately, due to the positive case we suspended visitations and LOAs for 14 days unless the resident is going to a medical appointment.

 

Scheduled visitations will become effective on 7/31/2021. 

 

July 13th, 2021

 

The facility has a census of 55. The facility has an accumulative number of 0 residents in house who are positive for COVID.


The facility has 0 residents under PUI. 
 

The facility has no staff positive for COVID.

 

 

Guidelines for indoor and outdoor visitations: 

·         Visits will be conducted by appointments only as coordinated by Nichole Washington, Social Worker and Erin Perkins, Admission Coordinator. Appointments will be based on our ability to manage infection control practices and proper social distancing.

·         Visitors must participate in a full telephone screening and another screening upon arrival. Questions will include the following: if you have a temp, have a cough or shortness of breath, experiencing body aches, traveled in the past 14 days, and been around anyone that tested positive for COVID.

·         Family and friends will be able to schedule an appointment for Monday-Friday between 10am and 530pm.  Saturday and Sunday visitation is from 10am-4pm. 

·         The socialization time will be a max of 30 minutes.  

·         2 visitors may visit at a time. Visitors must wear a cloth covering or facemask for the duration of the visit.

·         Visits will be supervised by a facility staff in the front of the building and/or dining area. Staff will be monitoring safe distancing, proper hand hygiene, universal source control, and overall supervision of safe practices.

·         Visitors with fevers, other symptoms of COVID-19, unable to maintain social distancing, or unable to demonstrate proper use of infection control techniques will be asked to leave.

 

Window visits and Face timing will continue to be an option and highly encouraged.  We also encourage you to review the CDC website for information about COVID-19, including its symptoms, how it spreads, and actions you can take to protect your health: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

July 6th, 2021

 

The facility has a census of 53. The facility has an accumulative number of 0 residents in house who are positive for COVID.


The facility has 0 residents under PUI. 
 

The facility has no staff positive for COVID.

 

 

Guidelines for indoor and outdoor visitations: 

·         Visits will be conducted by appointments only as coordinated by Nichole Washington, Social Worker and Erin Perkins, Admission Coordinator. Appointments will be based on our ability to manage infection control practices and proper social distancing.

·         Visitors must participate in a full telephone screening and another screening upon arrival. Questions will include the following: if you have a temp, have a cough or shortness of breath, experiencing body aches, traveled in the past 14 days, and been around anyone that tested positive for COVID.

·         Family and friends will be able to schedule an appointment for Monday-Friday between 10am and 530pm.  Saturday and Sunday visitation is from 10am-4pm. 

·         The socialization time will be a max of 30 minutes.  

·         2 visitors may visit at a time. Visitors must wear a cloth covering or facemask for the duration of the visit.

·         Visits will be supervised by a facility staff in the front of the building and/or dining area. Staff will be monitoring safe distancing, proper hand hygiene, universal source control, and overall supervision of safe practices.

·         Visitors with fevers, other symptoms of COVID-19, unable to maintain social distancing, or unable to demonstrate proper use of infection control techniques will be asked to leave.

 

Window visits and Face timing will continue to be an option and highly encouraged.  We also encourage you to review the CDC website for information about COVID-19, including its symptoms, how it spreads, and actions you can take to protect your health: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.

June 29th, 2021

The facility has a census of 55. The facility has an accumulative number of 0 residents in house who are positive for COVID.

The facility has 2 residents under PUI. 


The facility has no staff positive for COVID.

 

 

Guidelines for indoor and outdoor visitations: 

·         Visits will be conducted by appointments only as coordinated by Nichole Washington, Social Worker and Erin Perkins, Admission Coordinator. Appointments will be based on our ability to manage infection control practices and proper social distancing.

·         Visitors must participate in a full telephone screening and another screening upon arrival. Questions will include the following: if you have a temp, have a cough or shortness of breath, experiencing body aches, traveled in the past 14 days, and been around anyone that tested positive for COVID.

·         Family and friends will be able to schedule an appointment for Monday-Friday between 10am and 530pm.  Saturday and Sunday visitation is from 10am-4pm. 

·         The socialization time will be a max of 30 minutes.  

·         2 visitors may visit at a time. Visitors must wear a cloth covering or facemask for the duration of the visit.

·         Visits will be supervised by a facility staff in the front of the building and/or dining area. Staff will be monitoring safe distancing, proper hand hygiene, universal source control, and overall supervision of safe practices.

·         Visitors with fevers, other symptoms of COVID-19, unable to maintain social distancing, or unable to demonstrate proper use of infection control techniques will be asked to leave.

Window visits and Face timing will continue to be an option and highly encouraged.  We also encourage you to review the CDC website for information about COVID-19, including its symptoms, how it spreads, and actions you can take to protect your health: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html. 

June 15th, 2021

The facility has a census of 52. The facility has an accumulative number of 0 residents in house who are positive for COVID.


The facility has 0 residents under PUI. 
 

The facility has no staff positive for COVID.

 

ATTENTION: Please call the facility to schedule a Father's Day visit with your dad, granddad, or friend. Appointments will be scheduled from 10am-4pm.

 

Guidelines for indoor and outdoor visitations: 

·         Visits will be conducted by appointments only as coordinated by Rochelle Thurmond, Administrator and/or Erin Perkins, Admission Coordinator. Appointments will be based on our ability to manage infection control practices and proper social distancing.

·         Visitors must participate in a full telephone screening and another screening upon arrival. Questions will include the following: if you have a temp, have a cough or shortness of breath, experiencing body aches, traveled in the past 14 days, and been around anyone that tested positive for COVID.

·         Family and friends will be able to schedule an appointment for Monday-Friday between 10am and 530pm.

·         The socialization time will be a max of 30 minutes.  

·         2 visitors may visit at a time. Visitors must wear a cloth covering or facemask for the duration of the visit.

·         Visits will be supervised by a facility staff in the front of the building and/or dining area. Staff will be monitoring safe distancing, proper hand hygiene, universal source control, and overall supervision of safe practices.

·         Visitors with fevers, other symptoms of COVID-19, unable to maintain social distancing, or unable to demonstrate proper use of infection control techniques will be asked to leave.

 

Window visits and Face timing will continue to be an option and highly encouraged.  We also encourage you to review the CDC website for information about COVID-19, including its symptoms, how it spreads, and actions you can take to protect your health: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

June 3rd, 2021

The facility has a census of 53. The facility has an accumulative number of 0 residents in-house who are positive for COVID.


The facility has 1 resident under PUI. 
 

The facility has no staff positive for COVID.

 

 

Guidelines for indoor and outdoor visitations: 

·         Visits will be conducted by appointments only as coordinated by Rochelle Thurmond, Administrator and/or Erin Perkins, Admission Coordinator. Appointments will be based on our ability to manage infection control practices and proper social distancing.

·         Visitors must participate in a full telephone screening and another screening upon arrival. Questions will include the following: if you have a temp, have a cough or shortness of breath, experiencing body aches, traveled in the past 14 days, and been around anyone that tested positive for COVID.

·         Family and friends will be able to schedule an appointment for Monday-Friday between 10 am and 530pm.

·         The socialization time will be a max of 30 minutes.  

·         2 visitors may visit at a time. Visitors must wear a cloth covering or facemask for the duration of the visit.

·         Visits will be supervised by facility staff in the front of the building and/or dining area. Staff will be monitoring safe distancing, proper hand hygiene, universal source control, and overall supervision of safe practices.

·         Visitors with fevers, other symptoms of COVID-19, unable to maintain social distancing, or unable to demonstrate proper use of infection control techniques will be asked to leave.

 

Window visits and Face timing will continue to be an option and highly encouraged.  We also encourage you to review the CDC website for information about COVID-19, including its symptoms, how it spreads, and actions you can take to protect your health: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

May 25th, 2021

 

he facility has a census of 54. The facility has an accumulative number of 0 residents in house who are positive for COVID.


The facility has 3 residents under PUI. 
 

The facility has no staff positive for COVID.

 

 

Guidelines for indoor and outdoor visitations: 

·         Visits will be conducted by appointments only as coordinated by Rochelle Thurmond, Administrator and/or Erin Perkins, Admission Coordinator. Appointments will be based on our ability to manage infection control practices and proper social distancing.

·         Visitors must participate in a full telephone screening and another screening upon arrival. Questions will include the following: if you have a temp, have a cough or shortness of breath, experiencing body aches, traveled in the past 14 days, and been around anyone that tested positive for COVID.

·         Family and friends will be able to schedule an appointment for Monday-Friday between 10am and 530pm.

·         The socialization time will be a max of 30 minutes.  

·         2 visitors may visit at a time. Visitors must wear a cloth covering or facemask for the duration of the visit.

·         Visits will be supervised by a facility staff in the front of the building and/or dining area. Staff will be monitoring safe distancing, proper hand hygiene, universal source control, and overall supervision of safe practices.

·         Visitors with fevers, other symptoms of COVID-19, unable to maintain social distancing, or unable to demonstrate proper use of infection control techniques will be asked to leave.

 

Window visits and Face timing will continue to be an option and highly encouraged.  We also encourage you to review the CDC website for information about COVID-19, including its symptoms, how it spreads, and actions you can take to protect your health: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

May 18th, 2021

The facility has a census of 53. The facility has an accumulative number of 0 residents in house who are positive for COVID.

 

The facility has 1 resident under PUI. 

The facility has no staff positive for COVID.

 

Guidelines for indoor and outdoor visitations: 

 

· Visits will be conducted by appointments only as coordinated by Rochelle Thurmond, Administrator and/or Erin Perkins, Admission Coordinator. Appointments will be based on our ability to manage infection control practices and proper social distancing.

 

· Visitors must participate in a full telephone screening and another screening upon arrival. Questions will include the following: if you have a temp, have a cough or shortness of breath, experiencing body aches, traveled in the past 14 days, and been around anyone that tested positive for COVID.

 

· Family and friends will be able to schedule an appointment for Monday-Friday between 10am and 530pm.

 

· The socialization time will be a max of 30 minutes.  

 

· 2 visitors may visit at a time. Visitors must wear a cloth covering or facemask for the duration of the visit.

 

· Visits will be supervised by a facility staff in the front of the building and/or dining area. Staff will be monitoring safe distancing, proper hand hygiene, universal source control, and overall supervision of safe practices.

 

· Visitors with fevers, other symptoms of COVID-19, unable to maintain social distancing, or unable to demonstrate proper use of infection control techniques will be asked to leave.

 

Window visits and Face timing will continue to be an option and highly encouraged. We also encourage you to review the CDC website for information about COVID-19, including its symptoms, how it spreads, and actions you can take to protect your health: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

May 11th, 2021

 

The facility has a census of 51. The facility has an accumulative number of 0 residents in house who are positive for COVID.

 

The facility has no residents under PUI. 

 

 

The facility has no staff positive for COVID.

 

Guidelines for indoor and outdoor visitations: 

 

· Visits will be conducted by appointments only as coordinated by Rochelle Thurmond, Administrator and/or Erin Perkins, Admission Coordinator. Appointments will be based on our ability to manage infection control practices and proper social distancing.

 

· Visitors must participate in a full telephone screening and another screening upon arrival. Questions will include the following: if you have a temp, have a cough or shortness of breath, experiencing body aches, traveled in the past 14 days, and been around anyone that tested positive for COVID.

 

· Family and friends will be able to schedule an appointment for Monday-Friday between 10am and 530pm.

 

· The socialization time will be a max of 30 minutes.  

 

· 2 visitors may visit at a time. Visitors must wear a cloth covering or facemask for the duration of the visit.

 

· Visits will be supervised by a facility staff in the front of the building and/or dining area. Staff will be monitoring safe distancing, proper hand hygiene, universal source control, and overall supervision of safe practices.

 

· Visitors with fevers, other symptoms of COVID-19, unable to maintain social distancing, or unable to demonstrate proper use of infection control techniques will be asked to leave.

 

Window visits and Face timing will continue to be an option and highly encouraged. We also encourage you to review the CDC website for information about COVID-19, including its symptoms, how it spreads, and actions you can take to protect your health: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.

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May 4th, 2021

 

The facility has a census of 54. The facility has an accumulative number of 0 residents in house who are positive for COVID.

 

The facility has no residents under PUI. 

 

 

The facility has no staff positive for COVID.

 

 

Guidelines for indoor and outdoor visitations: 

 

· Visits will be conducted by appointments only as coordinated by Rochelle Thurmond, Administrator and/or Erin Perkins, Admission Coordinator. Appointments will be based on our ability to manage infection control practices and proper social distancing.

 

· Visitors must participate in a full telephone screening and another screening upon arrival. Questions will include the following: if you have a temp, have a cough or shortness of breath, experiencing body aches, traveled in the past 14 days, and been around anyone that tested positive for COVID.

 

· Family and friends will be able to schedule an appointment for Monday-Friday between 10am and 530pm.

 

· The socialization time will be a max of 30 minutes.  

 

· 2 visitors may visit at a time. Visitors must wear a cloth covering or facemask for the duration of the visit.

 

· Visits will be supervised by a facility staff in the front of the building and/or dining area. Staff will be monitoring safe distancing, proper hand hygiene, universal source control, and overall supervision of safe practices.

 

· Visitors with fevers, other symptoms of COVID-19, unable to maintain social distancing, or unable to demonstrate proper use of infection control techniques will be asked to leave.

 

Window visits and Face timing will continue to be an option and highly encouraged. We also encourage you to review the CDC website for information about COVID-19, including its symptoms, how it spreads, and actions you can take to protect your health: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html