General Visitation Policy:
- IN ORDER TO VISIT AT THE FACILITY, ALL VISITORS MUST SHOW PROOF OF BEING COMPLETELY VACCINATED ACCORDING TO CURRENT GUIDELINES. IF YOU ARE NOT FULLY VACCINATED, YOU WILL NEED A NEGATIVE SARS-COV-2 TEST.
- Our recommended visitation hours are 10am-8pm.
- This negative SARS-CoV-2 test must be taken within two days of visitation for PCR (lab) tests. Any at home/ rapid tests need to be performed at the facility in front of a staff member for us to be able to validate results. Please bring the test to the facility to perform so we can verify the date/time and who is being tested.
- All visitors must wear a medical grade mask to enter the facility (no cloth/gaiters/bandanas/etc.) If you need a medical mask, one will be provided for you. Both resident and visitor(s) must wear a well-fitting mask for the duration of their visit both inside and outside.
- Please refrain from any eating or drinking inside as this does pose a greater exposure risk to the resident, staff and yourself as a visitor. Please help us keep our residents, visitors and staff safe.
Any visitor entering the facility, regardless of their vaccination status, shall:
- Be screened for fever and COVID-19 symptoms, sign into our visitor log, wear an appropriate mask and perform hand hygiene within the facility.
- All visitors should must perform hand hygiene and keep 6-feet or more of physical distancing from staff, residents and other visitors.
- All visitors must proceed directly to the resident room or visitation area after checking in. Visitors must refrain from wandering the halls and congregating near the nurses or nursing station. Upon completing your visit, please exit directly through the front door. DO NOT WANDER THE FACILITY.
- If PPE is required due to quarantine or COVID isolation status, it must be donned and doffed by visitor (regardless of vaccination status) according to instruction by HCP.
*All visitors may use either PCR testing or antigen testing. Any PCR or antigen test used must either have Emergency Use Authorization by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or be operating per the Laboratory Developed Test requirements by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. There must be clear documentation of testing dates as bringing a point of care completed without evidence of dates will not suffice.